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A former catering premises fronting a busy road in the centre of Great Yarmouth. It is split into three ground floor areas and a large room above with WC's.
The building is suitable for conversion to other uses or residential house or flats (Subject to planning).
• Detached character building • Road frontage • Located close to the town centre and business district • Ground floor 63.96m2 • Total GIA 76.30m2 (1,376 sq ft) • Possible conversion to flats or small houses (subject to planning) • Possible A5 takeaway and accommodation
Accommodation -Total Area - 2 floors 76.30m2 (1,376 sq ft)
Ground Floor Room 1 - 18.51m2 Irregular in shape extending to 18.51m2 with front and rear entry doors, tiled floor.
Room 2 - 35.12m2 Arranged in two areas.
Room 3 - 10.33m2 Stores or preparation room.
First Floor - Approx 44.85m2 Fitted out as cafe or office with WC's.
Outside Side and rear yard access. NB. The property does not own the parking area on the front forecourt but a lease for use is possible.
Business Rates 2017 Rateable Value £3,400. The amount payable in the £ for 2018/19 is 48p in the £. Prospective buyers would need to make their own enquiries regarding discounts at Great Yarmouth Borough Council Business Rates Department, Tel: 01493 856100.
Use Currently A1 Retail / Shop. There is a possibility A5 migh be obtainable in this location or change of use in part or whole for residential conversion.
Services We believe that Mains Electricity, Water and drainage are connected.
VAT We understand that VAT is not applicable.
Location Great Yarmouth has a resident population of 93,400 and a catchment area of 205,000 people within half an hour travel time. The town is the third largest UK seaside destination and it also adjoins the well-known Norfolk Broads National Park. Great Yarmouth is a major East Coast town with a strong manufacturing and warehousing base and a busy sea port serving the offshore oil and gas industry. The area has been enhanced in recent years by a steady programme of road improvements which have provided a vastly improved road link to London, the industrial centres of the Midlands and the North. A new deep-water outer harbour is now in operation.
Situation Located just off Hall Quay.
Legal Cost Both parties will be responsible for their own legal costs.
5 Stonecutters Way, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk NR30 1HF
Type: Residential, Retail, Office, General Retail, Mixed Use, Showroom, Offices, Other Property Types & Opportunities
5 Stonecutters Way, Great Yarmouth, NR30 1HFGBGreat YarmouthNorfolkNR30 1HF5, Stonecutters Way
On the Gateway Road to the Town Centre and Sea front, we offer this site with planning consent for four two storey houses. The site current as a warehouse building for demolition.
- Town Centre Location - Planning for four 2-storey town houses
The Site The site fronts Temple Road but takes access from Priory Plain and is nearby the Fisherman’s Hospital and The Market Place.
The Plans See Ordnance Survey extract on this page outlining the site in red - not to scale. GP Architectural Services have prepared plans which form part of the planning consent and are available to be seen at the agents offices. They describe four 2-storey houses. The Houses are designed not to impede an access to adjoining property.
Services We believe that as a Town Centre site services are available but prospective purchasers should check availability and costs of connection.
Planning Permission Planning consent was granted on 20th October 2015 reference 06/15/0138/F. Copies are available in these offices or on line on the GYBC web site www.planning.greatyarmouth.gov.uk/OcellaWeb/planningDetails?reference=06/15/0138/F&from=planningSearch. The consent seeks a Written Scheme of Investigation.
Conservation Area The site is within a conservation area.
Location Great Yarmouth is the largest resort on the East Norfolk coast with its Historic Market Place and varied selection of shops. The town has a busy port and the rivers Yare and Bure gives access to the Norfolk Broads. There are Museums * Race Course * Beach * Schools for all ages * District Hospital approximately 5 miles South. Bus and rail services connect with Norwich.
VAT No VAT is applicable.
Legal Cost Both parties will be responsible for their own legal costs.
Freehold Residential Redevelopment Site - FOR SALE
Location Bungay is a small market town in the Waveney Valley forming part of the Broads and with a population of approximately 5,000. It is located on the A143 and is 6 miles from Beccles with its’ train station. Norwich is 40 minutes by car with Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich both an hour away. Clays Printers is a large employer in the town as well as other various industries, including a brewery.
Description The property is located to the north of the town, close to the A143 and the Clays printing works. The property comprises a 2/3 bedroom residential cottage fronting Nethergate Street, with side access and parking leading to a collection of industrial buildings and yard. The cottage is a period property with brick elevations and pitched pantile roof. The cottage has modern double glazed windows and doors with electric storage providing heating. The cottage is currently tenanted on a rolling Assured Shorthold Tenancy (AST) at a rent of £400 per month. The tenant has been in occupation for approximately 10 years. The engineering works comprise a mixture of industrial buildings and a largely surfaced and enclosed concrete yard. The main building is made up of two parts. The front section is of brick construction with a single pitch roof. The rear section is steel portal frame with profiled metal sheet cladding to the elevations and profiled tile-effect sheet cladding to the single and double pitched roofs. The building has concrete floors and is divided up into two workshop areas, kitchen, office and stores. There are high level vehicle access doors to both workshop areas. A second building with brick elevations and a double pitched pantile roof provides office and toilet facilities. There is a further similarly constructed outbuilding used as a store, plus a corrugated metal sheet clad lean-to store. The industrial buildings are fitted with fluorescent strip lighting. Parking for approximately 6 vehicles is provided to the left-hand side of the site entrance, in addition to the main yard. The engineering works are vacant.
Accommodation Cottage Kitchen/ 6.59m x 3.61m (max) Living Room (21’7” x 11’10”) Lobby 1.24m x 3.04m (4’1” x 10’) Bathroom 1.62m x 3.04m (5’4” x 10’) Bedroom 1 3.65m x 3.15m (12’ x 10’4”) Bedroom 2 2.90m x 3.08m (9’6” x 10’1”) Bedroom 3/Store 1.92m x 3.14m (6’4” x 10’4”) Landing Cupboard 0.82m x 1.43m (2’8” x 4’8”) Bedroom 3 has been partitioned to provide a hallway, resulting with there currently being no external window.
Engineering Works Main building: 259.04m2 (2,788 sq ft) Office & W/Cs: 22.69m2 (244 sq ft) Store: 24.40m2 (263 sq ft)
Lean-to. Total (GIA): 306.13m2 (3,295 sq ft)
Site Total Site Area circa 0.1075 hectares (0.26 acres).
EPC Cottage: F 37 Engineering Works: Workshop G 152, Office G 201
VAT The property is not elected for VAT and is therefore not applicable to the purchase price.
Services We understand that mains 3 phase electricity, water and drainage are connected. Applicants are advised to make their own enquires with the relevant providers.
Rates The rateable value of the engineering works is £8,200 (source: VOA website). The cottage is council tax banded B (source: VOA website). Applicants should confirm with Waveney District Council.
Planning We understand that no. 70a (industrial premises) was operated as an engineering works from the 1980’s until 2007 and then by a civil engineering firm until recently. The cottage (no. 70) is understood to have been in long established residential use. Applicants should confirm with Waveney District Council.
Local Authority Waveney District Council Riverside 4 Canning Rd Lowestoft NR33 0EQ 01502 562111
Guide Price The property is available on a freehold basis subject to the existing residential tenancy. Offers are invited in the region of £375,000.
Shop with Planning Permission for a Three Bedroom Detached House to the Rear.
A double fronted shop with first floor living accommodation, currently used for storage. The shop has been extended to incorporate workrooms in connection with the former florist business; it has a rear garden with glass houses and garage which has access from Blackwall Reach.
Planning Permission has been Granted (06/16/0575/F) to Demolish garage/store/greenhouses and erect single detached dwelling with integral garage.
Shop and Building Plot
Type: Residential Land, Retail - High Street, Residential, Retail
69 High Street, NR31 6RQGBGreat YarmouthNorfolkNR31 6RQ69, High Street
• Approx. 8 acres • Outline consent for 93 dwellings
LOCATION Hemsby is a large village around 7 miles north of Great Yarmouth, popular with families, first-time buyers and retirees. The village benefits from a primary school, a doctors surgery, and a range of local facilities including shops, takeaways and public houses. A local bus service connects Hemsby with the surrounding villages and larger settlements in the area, and the A149 and A47 are easily accessible. Secondary level education is available in Martham (Flegg High School) and Caister-onSea (Caister High), both within 4 miles. A wide range of employment and shopping facilities are available at Great Yarmouth, including a train station with good links to Norwich and connecting services to Cambridge, Ipswich and the strategic rail network. Norwich City is around 20 miles by road.
DESCRIPTION The site lies immediately to the south of the village, to the southwest of Yarmouth Road. The site is currently in agricultural use, and is well-positioned for easy access to the village amenities, with a new pedestrian footway forming part of the planning consent. There is an electricity substation in the north-western tip, and the site is broadly level and well-enclosed to all boundaries. A permissive footpath currently runs through the site; this is being formalised and re-routed as part of the development of the site.
AREA The site extends to an area of 8.32 acres (3.37 ha). Solicitors to confirm exact boundaries.
PLANNING A resolution to grant outline planning consent was given by Great Yarmouth Borough Council in April 2017 for “residential development of 93 dwellings, associated public open space and new vehicular access from Yarmouth Road” – reference 06/16/0583/O.
The Section 106 agreement is close to being finalised, and includes: • Affordable housing provision at 20% • Education, Library and NCC Fire contributions totalling £397,123.60
DATA ROOM All reports and relevant information are available in the Data Room at www. aldredscommercial.co.uk
SERVICES The site has availability for all services except gas. Prospective buyers should satisfy themselves of availability and likely costs of connection.
TENURE The site is to be sold freehold. The land is currently farmed and vacant possession will be provided.
SELLING PROCESS Offers are sought on an unconditional basis, with all bids to be sent to Mark Duffield at Aldreds.
DEADLINE All offers to be received A.S.A.P.
VIEWINGS The site can be accessed on foot via the permissive footpath without prior appointment.
LEGAL COSTS Each party will be responsible for their own legal costs.
VAT VAT will not be charged on the sale price.
Residential Development Site for Sale
Type: Land, Residential, House, Residential Land, Commercial Land
Land Yarmouth Road, Great Yarmouth, NR29 4NLGBGreat YarmouthNorfolkNR29 4NLLand, Yarmouth Road