The existing property is a 3 storey building comprising a pub across basement and ground floor level and a 23 room Hotel across first and second floor extending to 10,200 sqft GIA.
The property is located on Woolwich Road and is approximately a 2 minute walk from Charlton Overground Railway Station which provides services into London Bridge in 22 minutes.
The building is situated on a landmark corner plot and is a 2 minute walk from Charlton Athletic Football Club (The Valley) with seating capacity for 27,111 and hosting regular matches.
Planning permission was granted in August 2017 for 8 x flats and 2 x commercial units. Planning reference: 15/2272/FUL.
Planning permission has been submitted utilising the same massing as the approved residential scheme for the conversion of the existing hotel and construction of a third floor to create a 60 room hotel and retention of the original pub at ground floor level. Planning reference: 18/2673/F.
The proposal involves conversion of existing hotel with side extension and erection of an additional floor to accommodate 60 hotel rooms. At ground floor level the public house will be refurbished, with the smaller function room being converted into additional hotel rooms. The remaining ground floor will comprise 12 x rooms . There will be 17 x rooms at both first and second floor and 14 x rooms at roof level.
The proposal will extend to 17,771 sqft GIA.
We are aware that the existing hotel charges a blended rate of £60 per night giving the hotel an ERV of c. £503,000 pa. Based on Comparable evidence we are of the opinion that the 60 unit scheme finished to a good specification would be able to achieve a blended rate per night of £120 giving it an ERV of £2,628,000. (this is based on 100% occupancy).
The property is available freehold with vacant possession.
We are aware that the property is not elected for VAT.
EXISTING PUB AND 23 ROOM HOTEL WITH POTENTIAL TO INCREASE TO 60 ROOMS
3.2 ACRE MAJOR REDEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY OPPOSITE DEVONPORT DOCKYARD
• Site suitable for various uses (STPP)
• Unconditional and conditional deals considered
• Existing GIA of 11,397 sq m (122,682 sq ft)
• Site area of 1.29 hectares (3.2 acres)
Saltash Road, Plymouth, PL2 2DP
Type: Residential Land, Distribution Warehouse, General Industrial, Industrial Park, Warehouse, Storage, General Retail, Retail - Out of Town, Trade Counter, Land, Business park, Design & Build, Healthcare, Mixed Use, Science Park, Research & Development, Other, Residential, Industrial, Retail, Commercial Land, Offices, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Goschen Centre, Saltash Road, PL2 2DPGBPlymouthDevonPL2 2DPSaltash Road
• Freehold – 2013 retained façade development • Opposite DLR Limehouse • 11,366 sq ft. • 18 Luxury high spec apartments - single let March 2023 • Restaurant & roof mast let 2033 & 2024 respectively • Total net current income £356,850 p.a. • Net Yield 4.70% & £625psf capital value
Mixed Use Restaurant and Residential Investment Opportunity
•DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY •OFFERS OVER £280,000 ARE SOUGHT •PRIME LOCATION •LISTED BUILDING •SUITABLE FOR MULTIPLE USES •APPROXIMATELY 5382 SQ FT OF ACCOMMODATION •NO EMPTY RATES COSTS (LISTED BUILDING)
The property is located in the town of Bo’ness which sits on the south bank of the Firth of Forth, 17 miles west of Edinburgh and 6 miles east of Falkirk. This opportunity is situated in an attractive, predominately residential area, less than half a mile to the south of the town centre.
The former children’s care home is situated at the corner of Cadzow Crescent and Cadzow Lane opposite St Catherines Church. This historical town has a wide range of attractions such as the Bo’ness & Kinneil Heritage Railway, Bo’ness Motor Museum, Kinneil Museum and The Hippodrome Cinema. There is a wide range of facilities within the town; more extensive facilities are available in nearby Falkirk and Linlithgow.
The property was originally built as a Nurses’ Home which was opened on the 12th October 1911 and most recently a Barnardos children’s home.
The majority of the building is built over two floors, of sandstone and slated roof. There is a single storey extension to the rear most of which is of a similar age to the main building. There is also a single storey portable building with toilet (3m x 8.5m) which is included as part of the sale.
Internally the gross internal area is 500sq.m approx. within a site area of 0.155 Hectares. Whilst there have been some adaptations since its original use, little of the layout has changed from the original building. Old layout plans which closely reflect the current layout are available on request.
This substantial property has a high number of rooms reflecting the building’s previous uses. There are approximately fifteen main rooms plus toilets made up of a range of living areas, kitchen areas, office space, bedrooms and toilets. The property benefits from a gas boiler and a good sized garden.
The building would lend itself to conversion to a single substantial home. There is also the possibility to create an additional new build home in a plot to the left of the building, subject to planning.
The existing use of the building is Class 8 “Residential Institution”. Our client has applied for Change of use to Class 9 “Houses”. The property is C listed. A visual representation of the layout proposed by our client is available in the appendix section of the brochure.
Offers over £280,000 are invited. Offers to purchase the heritable interest must in the first instance be made to the Sole commercial agent.
A closing date may be set and all interested parties should make a note of interest at the offices of the Sole Agent. We reserve the right to sell or let the property without setting a closing date and we are not obliged to accept the highest or indeed any offer for the sale or lease of the property.
All prices, premiums and rents quoted are exclusive of VAT.
Ollerton Hall is a former country house dating back to c. 1700. The Hall is in a dilapidated condition but benefits from a variety of remaining traditional features. In brief, the Hall comprises a three storey structure beneath a hipped roof.
Internally the Hall is configured to provide a series of rooms which have been stripped back and now require substantial refurbishment.
Externally the Hall is within a walled garden with gated access to Main Street. The property sits within grounds totalling c. 1.88 acres (0.76 ha). ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 7395 )
Ollerton Hall, Main Street, Newark, NG22 9AD
Type: Land, Residential, Commercial Land
Ollerton Hall, Main Street, Ollerton, Newark, NG22 9ADGBNewark and Sherwood, NewarkNottinghamshireNG22 9ADMain Street
Garrison Property are delighted to offer this A1 shop with a 1 bedroom flat, freehold for sale on the famous Green Street, East London. This is a superb opportunity to acquire this investment property in a desired location.
The shop was trading as a jewellers but could be let out to a number of different businesses for a number of different uses (Subject to the relevant permissions). The flat is let on an AST and has 1 bedroom.
The shop could achieve rental income of around £26,400 per annum and the flat currently achieves rent in the region of £13,200 per annum making a total of £39,600.
The property is situated on the vibrant and busy Green Street, Upton Park Underground Station (Circle, District and Hammersmith & City Lines) is close by; Forest Gate railway station has services to London Liverpool Street via Stratford. It is in Travel Card Zone 3 on the Great Eastern Main Line. The area has excellent road communications with the A406 (North Circular), A102(M), A12, A13 and A11 all situated close by.
Price: Offers in the region of £650,000 Estimated rental income achievable for unit: £26,400 per annum Current flat rental income: £13,200 per annum Shop size (Approx): 600 sq ft Rates: Buyer should make own enquires into this
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A1 shop with a 1 bedroom flat, freehold for sale on the famous Green Street, East London
Type: Flat, General Retail, Retail - High Street, Mixed Use, Residential, Retail, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Green Street, London, E7 8LLGBLondonGreater LondonE7 8LLGreen Street
Whinmere Farm at Hickling is part of The Hicking Estate which has been in the ownership of the Micklethwait family and thereafter the Mills family, the current owners, since the early 19th Century.
The Estate comprises a portfolio of let farms, land and residential property on the edge of the Norfolk Broads National Park.
Whinmere Farm is a highly productive arable farm with a detached five bedroom period farmhouse together with an extensive range of traditional farm buildings.
The farm extends to approximately 94.93 hectares (234.57 acres) in total of which the majority (209.99 acres) is arable with the balance being grazing marsh.
Whinmere Farm is let under an Agricultural Holdings Act tenancy agreement. As well as the farm let under the Agricultural Holdings Act agreement, the property includes an area of in-hand woodland of approximately 1.92 hectares (4.74 acres) and a terrace of three cottages all of which are let under Assured Shorthold Tenancies.
Prominently located Retail Unit on main approach to Prime Retail Area Ancillary/Residential Accommodation arranged on Upper Floors Scope for Residential Development on Upper Floors Ground Floor Area approx. 80.77 sq m (870 sq ft) Total Area approx. 293.6 sq m (3,159 sq ft)
DESCRIPTION This period three-storey town centre building is Grade II listed and comprises a ground floor retail shop and basement with separately accessed ancillary accommodation arranged on the first floor and ancillary/residential accommodation on the second and third floors. A separate access to the upper floors off Wyle Cop can be reinstated.
SITUATION The property occupies a prominent position at the upper end of Wyle Cop, one of the main routes to the town centre, amongst a variety of niche retailers and food and drink operators including the Lion Hotel.
The established retail pitch of High Street is nearby with multiple retailers including Waterstones, White Stuff, Costa Coffee, Zizzi, etc also within close proximity. The NCP Wyle Cop and St Julian’s Friars Car Parks are also within walking distance of the property.
82 Wyle Cop, Shrewsbury, SY1 1UT
Type: Residential, Retail, General Retail, Retail - High Street, Other, Other Property Types & Opportunities
The gross site area is approximately 2.69 Hectares measured off title plans. There are adjoining residential properties to the south and Glynneath town centre offers a variety of retail, leisure and other facilities, all within a 10 minute walk of the site.
Heol y Glyn
Type: Land, Residential, Commercial Land
Heol y Glyn, Glynneath, Neath, SA11 5BAGBNeath Port Talbot, NeathGlamorganSA11 5BA4, Brynhyfryd
LAND OFF MERE SIDE, SOHAM, EAST CAMBRIDGESHIRE CB7 5EBDEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY FOR SALE ‘SUBJECT TO PLANNING’ The subject property extends to approximately 7.2 acres (2.91 ha). The site is of an irregular shape wrapping around the existing urban townscape with three access points on Mere Side via Spencer Grove, Prescient Engineering Ltd at 28 Mere Side and station Road on the southern boundary. The site is bounded by semi-detached and detached dwellings along its eastern boundary –along the western boundary is a railway line with a new station proposed adjacent to the property. Land off Mere Side has been allocated within East Cambridgeshire’s local plan as a planned strategic housing location and historically, a portion of the site has received a positive pre-application dialogue with the local planning authority (LPA), as well as a Resolution to Grant planning consent for a development of over 30 dwellings in 2016.
Mere Side , Soham, Ely, CB7 5EB
Mere Side, Soham, Ely, CB7 5EBGBEast Cambridgeshire, ElyCambridgeshireCB7 5EB106, West Drive Crescent
0.65 acresLand with planning permission for 8 dwellings, under planning application ref no: PAP/2015/0215Good residential location and road frontageOn behalf of LPA Receivers The site comprises 0.65 acres of cleared grassland. The site has good road frontage on to Dunns Lane to its southern boundary. To the east and west the land is bordered by residential properties, with agricultural land to the north.
Land at Chapel House, Dunns Lane, Dordon, Tamworth, B78 1RR
Type: Land, Residential, Commercial Land
Land at Chapel House, Dunns Lane, Dordon, Tamworth, B78 1RRGBNorth Warwickshire, TamworthWarwickshireB78 1RRDunns Lane
0.45 ha development opportunity with outline planning permission for full demolition and construction of 62 two and three bedroom apartments and 750 sqm of ground floor retail space.The property is located in a prime position within Mossley town centre facilitating a 20 minute commute to Manchester with excellent rail links via the station located within 300 yeards The opportunity highlights the demolition of the existing mill building and the redevelopment of the site for a mixed use development comprising of approximately 750 square metres of A1 retail floor space and the erection of approximately 62 two and three bedroom apartments.
Britannia Mill, Manchester Road, Mossley, Ashton-under-Lyne, OL5 9AJ
Type: Land, Residential, Commercial Land
Britannia Mill, Manchester Road, Mossley, Ashton-under-Lyne, OL5 9AJGBTameside, Ashton-under-LyneLancashireOL5 9AJ199, Manchester Road
Colliers International are jointly instructed to sell 239-245 Marlowes & 1 Selden Hill in Hemel Hempstead, a high street retail investment benefitting from prior approval and planning consent for the redevelopment of the upper floors into 40 residential apartments. The existing property comprises a mixed-use commercial building extending to 19,276ft2 NIAacross ground, 1st, 2nd and 3rd floors.The ground floor is arranged as 5 self-contained commercial units extending to 8,534ft2 NIAin total, which are all accessed from Marlowes (a pedestrianised road).The 1st floor comprises office space and staff areas extending to circa 3,423ft2 NIA which isancillary to the ground floor retail units.The 2nd and 3rd floors comprise office space (B1 Use Class) extending to 7,319ft2 NIA, whichis accessed via a side entrance on Selden Hill.The property incorporates a rear service yard and car park accommodating 12 vehicles whichis accessed via King Harry Street.
239-245 The Marlowes & 1 Selden Hill, 239 Marlowes, Hemel Hempstead, HP1 1BL
Type: General Retail, Land, Residential, Retail - High Street, Serviced Office, Retail, Commercial Land, Offices
239-245 The Marlowes & 1 Selden Hill, 239 Marlowes, Hemel Hempstead, HP1 1BLGBDacorum, Hemel HempsteadHertfordshireHP1 1BL239, Marlowes
Residential Investment Opportunity We are offering For Sale 23 apartments comprising;20 no. 4-Bed units of c. 976 sq. ft.3 no. 5-Bed units of c. 1,261 sq. ft.The units were built in the early 90’s and are of modern construction with plastered blockwork, tiled and pitched roofing, Upvc double glazing and oil fired central heating.Internally the units benefit from; Plastered and painted walls and ceilings Upvc double glazing, oil fired central heating Carpeted and tiled flooring Broadband InternetThe block is sold with the benefit of vacant possession
Residential Investment Opportunity - 21 Student Accommodation Units We are offering For Sale as One Lot 21 student accommodation units comprising;16 no. 4 bed units of c. 976 sq. ft.4 no. 2 bed units of c. 976 sq. ft.1 no. 5 bed unit of c. 1,261 sq. ft.TUPETRANSFER OF UNDERTAKINGS (PROTECTION OF EMPLOYMENT) REGULATIONS 1981 (TUPE)The purchaser will be required to comply with current TUPE legislation in the reflection to employees. There are currently 2 employees to which this would apply.The units were built in the early 90’s and are of modern construction with plastered blockwork, tiled and pitched roofing, Upvc double glazing and oil fired central heating.Internally the units benefit from; Plastered and painted walls and ceilings Upvc double glazing, oil fired central heating Carpeted and tiled flooring Broadband Internet
Prominent mixed use investment opportunity comprising:-12 no. 2 bed apartments, 4 no. retail units ranging and cash machine pod Reynolds House comprises 4 no. ground floor retails units ranging from 723 sq.ft. – 904 sq. ft., 12 no. 2-bed apartments ranging from 791 sq. ft. – 886 sq. ft. anda Cash Machine Pod with its own access.The block is arranged over three floors and is of modern brick construction withconcrete floors, tiled and pitched roof, double glazing and gas heating. Thebuilding is served by a lift.The apartments are finished to the following specification;Plastered/painted walls and ceilingsWooden flooringFully fitted kitchen with tiling to walls and floorsBathroom and En-suite with high quality sanitary warePhoenix Gas combination boilers, Upvc double glazed windowsEntry phone system and telephone outletsThe retail units are finished to the following specification;Plastered/painted walls and ceilingsGlazed frontage with an electronic roller shutter / wooden flooringSuspended ceilingsPhoenix Gas com
88-96 William Street, Lurgan, Lurgan, BT66 6JB
Type: General Retail, Residential, Retail
88-96 William Street, Lurgan, Lurgan, BT66 6JBGBCraigavon, CraigavonBT66 6JB72, William Street
Former public house and associated land totalling 0.58 acres (0.23 hectares)Directly opposite Blackhorse Road Underground and Overground Stations providing Victoria and Overground line servicesPlanning permission (Ref: 162056) for a mixed use residential scheme of 50 private units and associated commercial uses (A1, A4 & D2 Use Classes)Part of Waltham Forest Council’s Blackhorse Lane Regeneration Area. 1 Blackhorse Lane is identified as part of an opportunity site within the Blackhorse Lane: Urban Design FrameworkFreehold for sale with Vacant PossessionGuide Price £8,000,000 The site comprises a former public house “The Royal Standard” and associated land to the side and rear which is currently used as a car park with a total site area of 0.58 acres (0.23 ha). The original building is two storeys in height and has been extended over the years to the rear.