Development (Land & Buildings)
|Property Type||Development (Land & Buildings)|
|Freehold Price||Price on Application|
|Energy Performance Rating||This property has been graded as 55 (C)|
The site comprises 0.35 acres, fronting Bagshot Road (A322), and is flat and mainly laid to tarmac and gravel.
This is a busy roadside location on the Bagshot Road (A322). There is a large retail site within close proximity, accommodating a Sainsbury’s supermarket, Homebase and petrol filling station.
Immediately adjacent to the subject site is the newly developed Brookwood Farm residential scheme, and the Telephone Exchange. Brookwood railway station is approximately 0.8 miles distant, with a direct train service to London Waterloo.
The subject site comprises an ambulance station, which we understand does not fall within any use class under the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 (as amended) and is considered 'sui generis'.
The main building benefits from gas fired central heating, double glazing, lighting, and male and female WCs. The enclosed garage also benefits from heating and lighting.
The current buildings benefit from an EPC rating of 55, which falls within Band C.
There is ample car parking for the current use
There will be a number of open days to be held on site. Further information via sole agents Hurst Warne.
Offers are invited by informal tender for the freehold interest with full vacant possession on a subject to planning basis, or subject to contract only basis.
BEST OFFERS TO BE SUBMITTED BY 5.00 PM FRIDAY 12TH APRIL 2019 Please register your interest in receiving the closing bid date by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The vendors reserve the right to not accept the highest or any offers received.
The site is likely to be suitable for a number of different uses, subject to the relevant planning consent being granted including:-
- B1 office
- D1 medical/nursery
- Roadside warehouse/retail uses
We understand that the existing use does not fall within any use class under the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 (as amended) and is considered 'sui generis'.
A pre-application consultation and associated meeting, between our client?s planning consultants and Woking Borough Council, resulted in a positive response as regards
prospects for residential redevelopment, full details of which are accessible via the data room.
The initial feedback from Woking Borough Council indicates that six 3-storey town houses of 3 and 4 bedrooms will, in principle, be acceptable.
Whilst further information is available via the data room, interested parties should make their own enquiries of the Planning Authority.