• 7 Flats all let on ASTs (1 x studio, 4 x 1 beds, 2 x 2 beds) • Commercial unit on ground floor let at £15,000pa • TOTAL income £115,740 per annum • We are seeking offers in the region of £2,400,000 for the freehold interest
Former care home with excellent re-development potential to residential or alternative use subject to planning. Good size car park. Located close to Nottingham Hospital. Available with Vacant Possession
• Full planning consent for a new 23,034 sq ft net internal area office building • Contemporary media-style building design with over 3.5m ceiling heights • Situated within one of East London's foremost emerging vibrant areas • Superb location within Hackney Wick, less than 1 minute walk from Hackney Wick Station • Site massing established with potential for alternative use class to include residential (as listed within the LLDC masterplan) • Unconditional offers in the region of £4,750,000 excl. which equates to £206 per sq ft on the net area of the consented scheme
Unique Owner Occupier / Investor Development Opportunity in Hackney Wick
- Offers invited for the freehold interest, subject to contract - EPC Rating Band D (80) - Currently has D1 (non residential institutions) planning consent with potential for change use of Use Class C3, subject to planning
21, Church Street, Durham, DH6 4DD
Type: Residential, Healthcare, Other, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Coxhoe Clinic, 21 Church Street, DH6 4DDGBDurhamDurhamDH6 4DD21, Church Street
l Established commercial location of Granby Street l 5 minutes walk from Leicester Railway Station l Conversion of upper floors to 27 flats, fully pre-let to students l Ground floor commercial unit let to World Street Cafe Bar Ltd l Combined gross ERV of £276,360 pa l Offers invited in the region of £3,250,000 (Three Million, Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Pounds) for the freehold interest, subject to contract. This reflects a gross yield on gross ERV of 8.50%
Student Let Investment with Ground Floor Commercial Element
• Residential development opportunity with outline planning permission for 4 x 3-bed detached houses
• Former Village Hall site that was previously proposed as part of wider Kennett Park development, Village Hall now no longer required.
• Site extending to c0.16hectares (c.0.39 acres)
Location Kennet Park, Newmarket is situated to the south of the B1506, approximately 4 miles northeast of Newmarket, 0.5 miles south of the A14 and 1.5 miles southeast of the A11. The River Kennett lies to the east of the site and Lanwades Park which features 120 acres of gardens and parklands is to the west. The site is adjacent to the recently constructed Kennet Park residential development, which comprises a mix of 2, 2.5 and 3 storey houses and flats.
The property is held freehold and is for offered for sale with vacant possession.
Offers sought on an unconditional basis (subject to contract) only.
Please contact agents for further details.
Land for Sale – Residential Development Opportunity
Old Village Hall Site, Kennett Park, Kentford, CB8 8QUGBNewmarketSuffolkCB8 8JYKennet Park
The Old County Hall is a Grade II * Listed former courthouse, opened in 1783 when it was used as a County Court and saw capital punishment administered there until 1849. The court's moved from the site in 1988, after which it was redeveloped as a bar with the upper floors having been converted to student accommodation in 2017. Internally the building has retained a number of the features from the courthouse, giving the Slug and Lettuce a unique and interesting look, with galleries overlooking the main bar area. The accommodation is accessed from a separate side entrance, leading to 18 Studio type rooms including en-suite and kitchen facilities, all with separate access. Externally the Slug and Lettuce benefits from an extended beer garden to the side of the building.
Lease of the ground floor bar, restaurant and kitchen, with first floor mezzanine and plant room. Tenant - Intertain (Bars) Limited (07035173) - 2017 Turnover £25,765,000 Guarantor - Intertain Limited (006996339) - 2017 Turnover £27,526,000 Ultimate Holding Company - Stonegate Pub Company Limited (FC029833) - 2017 Turnover £697,468,000 Trading as - The Slug and Lettuce Coventry Term - 25 years from 18th May 2016, with no break options Rent - £85,000 per annum Reviews - 5 yearly to open market rental, £5,000 fixed uplift in 2021 review
Lease of the first and second floor accommodation space, converted and split into 18 Studios Tenant - The Futurelets Limited (09136328) - 2017 Turnover £2,725,000 Guarantor - Coventry University Enterprises Limited - 2017 Turnover £18,952,000 Term - 21 years and 1 day from 27th July 2017 Break Option - Tenant only break option at the end of the 10th year of occupation Current Rent - £100,485 Reviews - Fixed yearly uplift at 1.5% of the compounded rent
Lease of the beer garden Tenant - Intertain (Bars) Limited Term - 25 years from 18th May 2016, with no break options Rent - £6,100 per annum Reviews - Compounded yearly uplifts with relation to RPI ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 1270 )
The property comprises a mid-terraced building of masonry construction, under a pitched tile roof.
The premises was last occupied by Argos with a ground floor sales area and upper floor storage/ancillary space. The accommodation is currently in a shell state, ready for fit out or implementation of planning. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 7378 )
10B - 14 Bath Street, Ilkeston, DE7 8FB
Type: General Retail, Other, Residential, Retail, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Site Description: The site comprises an irregular shaped parcel equating to approximately 5.41 acres (2.19 hectares) on the eastern edge of Badsey. Formerly a market gardening operation, the site accommodates an industrial unit adjoining agricultural use.
Brewers Lane forms the south eastern site boundary with the local cricket and recreation club beyond. There is a new housing development, nearing completion, adjoining the northern boundary. Topography is relatively level over the site and the surrounding area. Existing access is directly off Brewers Lane into the south western corner of the site. This may also be the proposed access for any development proposals.
Planning: The adopted Local Plan for the area is the South Worcestershire Development Plan (SWDP), a joint plan prepared by the three partnering Councils of Wychavon, Malvern Hills and Worcester City. The Local Plan, which was adopted in February 2016, sets out the clear vision for development in the area up to the year 2030.
The SWDP identifies two housing allocations within Badsey, SWDP59/14 and SWDP59x, both situated to the northern part of the village, off Badsey Road. Badsey has been identified within the SWDP as Category 1 village, where there is a level of services and facilities suitable to accommodate market and affordable housing needs alongside limited local employment needs.
In relation to a Local Plan review, Policy SWDP 62 (Implementation) states “Progress on the delivery of the SWDP will be monitored annually and a partial or whole Plan review commenced if the Plan is significantly failing to meet its objectives, or if the policy context requires a review”. The SWDP also states, based on evidence at the time of adoption, that a partial Local Plan review may need to commence by the end of 2019.
The site is outside, but adjoining, the defined settlement boundary. It is outside any designated high risk flood zone and detached from the village Conservation Area. Significant areas to the north, west and south of Badsey are constrained due to high risk flood zones and some areas to the north face multiple ownership constraints.
Land north of Brewers Lane
Type: Land, Residential, Commercial Land
Land north of Brewers Lane, Badsey, Evesham, WR11 7EUGBWychavon, EveshamWorcestershireWR11 7EUBrewers Lane
The flats comprise the first floor over a modern parade of shops which form a busy neighbourhood Centre serving a wide catchment area. Each flat provides large self-contained two bedroom accommodation and each is let on an unfurnished AST. Each flat is available on a ground lease with 109 years unexpired at a fixed ground rent of £250 p.a. The flats are located in a popular neighbourhood only 20 minutes from Newcastle upon Tyne Centre, close to the A19, A1 and Newcastle International Airport and within a short walk of the beach.
HIGH YIELDING RESIDENTIAL INVESTMENT 6 X LARGE SELF-CONTAINED FLATS IN POPULAR LOCATION
LOCATION The property is prominently located on the corner of Railway Street and Dunn Street leading directly on to the Scotswood Road. The area is an established location for many trade counter operators and car dealership groups including Tool Station. Jewson, Howden, Lookers and Arnold Clark.
The Scotswood Road (A695) is one of the main arterial routes leading from the west of Newcastle city centre providing immediate access to the A1 north and south. The area continues to see significant regeneration with a number of new residential and car dealership developments as well as the new Newcastle Eagles Community Arena which is on site now nearing completion.
DESCRIPTION The property comprises two adjoining industrial units of steel portal frame construction with cavity brick elevations clad with a profile metal sheet covering beneath a pitched profile asbestos sheet cement roof incorporating translucent roof panels. The units were originally refurbished for the current tenant in 2005.
Units 1 & 2, Brunel Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE4 7AH
The site extends to approximately 7 acres (2.85ha) and is irregular in shape, it is a brownfield site in one parcel with existing Nissan Huts on the East side. The sites topography is generally flat, with housing to the West and a raised bank on the Northern boundary. To the south and east is arable land, hedgerows and trees defining the field boundaries. The site has a resolution to grant with all matters reserved for the development of up to 51 residential dwellings, in this is the need for a 35% affordable provision. This was approved on the 31st of January 2018, the planning reference is DC17/03568.
Great Bricett Business Park - Residential Development Opportunity
Type: Land, Residential, Commercial Land
Great Bricett Business Park - Residential Development Opportunity, Great Bricett, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP7 7DZGBMid Suffolk, IpswichSuffolkIP7 7DZBricett Business Park
The property is located in Sevenoaks, a popular commuter belt town in West Kent known for its affluent population and excellent schools.
The property is situated in the northern part of the town, close to Bat & Ball Station and Sevenoaks Hospital. The property occupies a highly prominent corner position at the junction of St John’s Hill (A225) and Wickenden Road.
The A25 is 300 yards to the north and the property is within 1/3rd mile from Bat & Ball Railway Station. Sevenoaks Town Centre is around 1 mile to the south with access to the M25 at Junction 5 approx. 2 ½ miles to the west.
The property comprises a semi-detached corner building. 121, 123 and 125 Wickenden Road previously formed three lock-up shops. These have been redeveloped to extend the retail unit at 114 St. Johns Hill at ground floor level. A new two bed flat has been built at first floor level.
The upper parts of 114 St. John’s Hill have also recently been converted to form a 2 bed flat. Both flats benefit from allocated parking, a contemporary fit out and self-contained entrances.
The retail unit is currently trading as a café, with ancillary children’s play area that is also utilised for private hire events.
RECENT PLANNING HISTORY
121, 123 & 125 Wickenden Road
Removal of condition 5 (Code for Sustainable Homes) of SE/14/03823/FUL for Demolition of 3 No existing retail units (converted garages) and erection of 1No new retail unit on the ground floor and a 2-bed residential unit on the first floor with parking to the front. Ref. No: 15/01780/CONVAR | Received: Thu 11 Jun 2015 | Validated: Thu 11 Jun 2015 | Status: Granted
Demolition of 3 No existing retail units (converted garages) and erection of 1No new retail unit on the ground floor and a 2-bed residential unit on the first floor with parking to the front. Ref. No: 14/03823/FUL | Received: Mon 08 Dec 2014 | Validated: Mon 08 Dec 2014 | Status: Granted
Demolition of 3 No existing retail units (converted garages) and erection of 2 No new retail units on the ground floor and a 2-bed residential unit on the first floor with garage to rear on the ground floor. Ref. No: 14/01296/FUL | Received: Wed 30 Apr 2014 | Validated: Mon 12 May 2014 | Status: Granted
114 St John’s Hill
Change of use from A1 (Shops) to A5 (Hot Food Takeaway). Ref. No: 14/00187/FUL | Received: Fri 24 Jan 2014 | Validated: Thu 13 Feb 2014 | Status: Granted
Prior notification for change of use from office to residential. This application is made under class O of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015. Ref. No: 15/03499/PAC | Received: Mon 09 Nov 2015 | Validated: Mon 09 Nov 2015 | Status: Decided
RATES & COUNCIL TAX
From the VOA website, the ground floor retail premises have the following Rateable Values (UBR 2018/ 2019 48.0p in the £):-
Description – Shop & Premises Rateable Value - £12,000
Please rely on your own investigations. PRICE
Offers in excess of £750,000 exclusive, for the freehold interest subject to contract.
(Offers will also be considered for parts of the property e.g. individual flat, the retail unit etc.)
We understand VAT will be applicable.
TIMING Upon completion of legal formalities.
Each party to bear their own legal costs.
Strictly by appointment through sole agents. For further information or viewing please contact BRACKETTS:
The property comprises a former Church of traditional stone construction beneath a pitched slate roof, supported on timber trusses. A single storey extension has been added at a later date of similar construction with flat roof.
Internally, the accommodation comprises the Church, Church Hall, meeting rooms and ancillary kitchen and toilet facilities. The property has ornamental features including stained glass windows.
Externally, the property occupies a site of approximately 0.13 hectares (0.33 acres). There is no burial ground and the Church grounds comprise mature planting and landscaping. The site is shown for identification purposes on the ordnance survey plan. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 101869 )
The site comprises an existing building known as the Old Electricity Works and a number of other 2-3 storey light industrial buildings. The Old Electricity Works building has been converted into an office space and the warehouse buildings to the rear are currently used by a builders merchant. The large yard at the rear of the site is used to store materials and equipment for the builders merchant.
The Old Electricity Works, Campfield Road
Type: Land, Residential, Commercial Land
The Old Electricity Works, Campfield Road, St. Albans, AL1 5HTGBSt Albans, St AlbansHertfordshireAL1 5HTCampfield Road
The site extends to approximately 0.2 hectares (0.49 acre) and is occupied by a part-one, part-two storey building of approximately 1,475 sq m (15,877 sq ft) GIA and yard space. It is bounded by Trego Road to the north, and on all other sides by a site known as the Wickside (or McGrath) site.
Planning permission has been passed for a hybrid application for the redevelopment of the Wickside site. This development will provide up to 475 residential units and more than 10,000 sq m of commercial space, along with a new canal-side park. A new road, Allanmouth Road, in the Wickside scheme will form the southern boundary with 25 Trego Road.
Elms Furlong The property is situated in a secluded elevated positon above Dean Lane in the village of Cookham Dean. Cookham Dean is a highly desirable residential location within easy reach of both Maidenhead and Marlow. Elms Furlong is a two storey detached 5 bedroom family home, generally unmodernised and remains almost entirely unaltered from when it was originally constructed in 1932. The property requires modernisation and improvement so opportunity for either extensions, improvements or redevelopment (STPP). OPEN MORNING TUESDAY 23 OCTOBER 10 am until 11 am. The property is to be sold by informal tender. Offers to be made on an unconditional basis and accompanied with proof of funding to be received in writing/email by NOON ON MONDAY 19th NOVEMBER 2018.
(From Caldes Software. Property Ref: N516. Oct 19 2018 5:21PM)
Elms Furlong, Dean Lane, Maidenhead, SL6 9AQ
Type: Land, Residential, Commercial Land
Elms Furlong, Dean Lane, Maidenhead, SL6 9AQGBWindsor and Maidenhead, MaidenheadBerkshireSL6 9AQDean Lane