Place of Worship offering F1 (D1) use
Capable of seating in excess of 1,000 people
Approx. 9,176 sq.ft. on a 3.21 acre plot
Adjoining 1.97 acre greenbelt land available by separate negotiation
Ideal for continued Religious or Educational use
Offers clear development potential subject to the necessary consents
The property is a Place of Worship offering F1 (formerly D1) use on a large, 3.21 acre plot situated on Green Belt land representing a low site coverage with further benefit of 160 parking spaces. Initially constructed in the 1990s, The Meeting Hall is a detached brick built single storey property and is accessed via a secure gated entrance and enjoys landscaped boundaries and gardens laid to grass lawn.
The building offers a large meeting hall, entrance lobby, both male and female WC facilities along with a large rear storage area which houses the boiler room. Internally, the Meeting Hall is configured 'in the round' with staged level seating and offers approximately 5,700 sq.ft. with a lobby to access from the entrance. The lobby benefits from sliding partition doors which enable the main hall space to increase by a further 1,800 sq.ft. and is capable of seating a congregation in the region of 1,000 people.
The site, measuring approximately 3.21 acres is located on Mays Lane in Barnet and is situated within the Green Belt area. The sites main frontage faces Mays Lane which runs along the southern boundary of the site. The site has two access points to the highway and a third access point to Shelford Road, an adjoining side lane. The eastern boundary of the site runs along Shelford Road, which is the edge of the Green Belt.
Mays Lane is situated on the outskirts of Barnet Town Centre in the London Borough of Barnet. The site is approximately 1.1 miles away from High Barnet Underground Station, which provides access to various locations in London via the Northern Line. The location is easily accessible by road, with both the A1 and M25 just a short drive away.
The consented use of the property is F1 (D1 - Non-Residential Institutions), the property is located within the Metropolitan Green Belt Land.
There is clear development potential within the site.