The site comprises the spine road through Beckingham Business Park and a parcel of land which previously stood three large fruit washing drums (concrete bases still in place) and is now used partially for storage purposes. The site is bounded by the existing Beckingham Business Park to the north and by agricultural land to the east, south and west. The proposed industrial units and office block would form an almost U shape of built form around a central triangle in the centre of the site which would contain a small caf�, parking and soft landscaping. The industrial units have been designed with asymmetrical pitched roofs and would be located in two blocks, one to the east of the access road which would contain 5 units (Block A) and one to the west and south of the access road which would contain 8 units (Block B). Each unit would contain an open plan workshop space at ground floor level along with secure cycle parking, unisex disabled WC and an office space at first floor level with a further WC. The proposed two storey office block would be located to the south of the access road. The offices will have a square plan form and would provide open plan office space with toilet facilities. The proposed industrial units as well as the office block will have a red brick plinth with silver grey aluminium cladding to the walls and light grey colour coated aluminium sheeting with standing seam for the roofs. The windows will be dark grey aluminium double glazed with all external doors to be of varying individual colours. A small caf� would be located centrally within the site. The caf� would be roughly rectangular in form, with measurements of approximately 9m wide by 4.5m deep with a pitched roof reaching a maximum height of 3.6m.
The site is situated on the established Beckingham Business Park in Tolleshunt Major which is the home for a diverse number of industrial/warehouse occupiers. Notable occupiers include D W Clark, Wilkin and Sons and Boston Garage Equipment. The village of Tolleshunt Major is situated some 5 miles north east of Maldon and some 8 miles east of the A12 at Witham which provides a direct route to the East Coast Ports and the M25 (Junction 28).
Mains water, electricity and drainage are believed to be available to the boundary of the site. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries.
Existing Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way
The site will be sold subject to and with the benefit of all wayleaves, easements and rights of way whether or not mentioned in this marketing brochure.
Planning permission has been granted on appeal for the erection of 13 No. Business and General Industrial Units (Use Classes E(g)(ii) and E(g)(iii) and B2), Office Block (Use Class E(g)(i)) and Cafe (Use Class E(b)), complete with related infrastructure including road, parking spaces, drainage, landscaping and ecological area. An information pack is available upon request.
Maldon District Council
Princes Road, Maldon CM9 5DL
The site is not yet assessed for rates. Interested parties should contact the Valuation Office to assess the rates on the subject properties.
Method of Sale
Our client is seeking conditional and unconditional offers for the freehold interest.
Any offer should provide sufficient information to allow the vendor to assess the nature of the proposal, the level of due diligence undertaken and their funding position.
Price on Application
We understand VAT is applicable, however it is anticipated the transaction will be treated as a transfer of a going concern (TOGC) and VAT will not be payable.
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