Shibden Hall Road, Shibden, Halifax, West Yorkshire, HX3 8PJ

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Extensive Industrial Facility with Modern Industrial Units and Extensive Yard with Additional Approved PP Opportunities.
Good quality industrial units and workshops plus large 2 storey office.
Rarely does such an extensive FREEHOLD site with good transport links combined with additional APPROVED PP opportunities come to the market.
Extensive yards/grounds for further development.
Private secured gated access and well located close to Leeds Road (A58).
Suitable for a variety of uses (STP).
Environment Agency Licensed W/Transfer Station (inert building materials).

Hadley Road, Sleaford, Lincolnshire NG34 7EW

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The property comprises a relatively level rectangular parcel of land that is roughly surfaced, fenced and gated.


The land is accessed off Hadley Road, close to East Road a short distance from Sleaford town centre. The position also provides easy access to the A17.


Having measured the property in accordance with the prevailing RICS Code of Measuring Practice, we calculate that it provides the following area:

The property totals 0.20 hectares (0.50 acres)


We understand that mains supplies are available in the surrounding area albeit not connected to the property.

Interested parties are advised to make their own investigations to the relevant utility service providers.


We understand that the property has consent for uses falling within Class B8 (Storage) of the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 (as amended).

Alternative uses may be appropriate subject to receipt of necessary Planning Consent.


The property is available To Let by way of a new flexible tenancy.


A service charge may be levied to cover the upkeep, maintenance and repair of all common parts of the wider property.


VAT may be charged in addition to the rent at the prevailing rate.


Each party is to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in documenting the transaction.

Stratum Park, Doncaster Road, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, DN15 8GR

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Design and Build Industrial and logistics opportunities.

Mixture of small industrial and trade counter units, scaling to large industrial logistics opportunities.

Client can deliver build to suit in as little as 12 months, subject to planning and agreement terms.

Every build at Stratum Park will benefit from a leading specification designed to provide durable service and low running costs. Occupiers can also choose from a wide range of sustainability options to suit their green agendas.

Scunthorpe is one of the UK’s major industrial locations. Long known for steel production, the town has diversified into a range of manufacturing sectors. It is well placed for local and national logistics operations. The cities of Hull, Sheffield, Leeds, York and Lincoln fall within 1 hour by van, whilst over 34.5 million people live within 4.5 hours by HGV.

Immediately adjacent to Stratum Park to the west and south of Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire Lakes is an ambitious and transformative urban project. Lincolnshire Lakes will significantly boost Stratum Park as a location of strategic importance within the region.

The £1.2 billion initiative aims to create several vibrant and sustainable communities by harnessing the regions natural assets, including its network of lakes and waterways. Some 6,000 homes are currently planned for Lincolnshire Lakes, mainly clustered along the M181. The development is being actively promoted by the local authorities, with the homes being delivered within the next 5 years.

The new buildings will be made available for Freehold Sale or Leasehold to Let.

Individual plot sales will also be considered.

Stratum Park is due to be allocated for employment use by the Local Planning Authority early in 2024. Interested parties are advised to make their own investigations with the Local Planning Authority.

All mains services are available to the Park. Specific utility capacity requirements will be considered on a case by case basis.

Each building will contribute to the cost of shared services such as maintenance and landscaping.

VAT will be charged in addition to sale prices/rent at the current rate.

Alexandra Road, Corby, Northants, NN17 1PT

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The site fronts on to Alexandra Road with the vehicular access to the rear of George Street.
The topography of the site is generally flat.

Station Road, Kennett, Newmarket, Cambridgeshire, CB8 7QQ

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The site comprises circa 1.45 acres with the benefit of Outline Planning Consent for neighbourhood retail uses. Surrounded by the development of 500 new build residential units, plus the locality of Kennett and Kentford, the development provides a good opportunity to deliver a convenience store and associated uses.

88-89 Risbygate Street, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, IP33 3AQ

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The property is a substantial retail premises of steel framed construction, with brick elevations under a flat roof and provides accommodation over two storeys, with a large open plan ground floor sales area, rear storage and lower ground floor storage and loading bay. The site occupies a site of approximately 1.236 acres.

Land On The West Side Of Moreland Road, Moreland Road, Gosport, Hampshire, PO12 4UU

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The property comprises an area of open storage land, which is enclosed by part brick masonry, part steel palisade fencing and laid to shingle with a gate and drop kerb access onto Moreland Rd. The site itself if generally level.

It is considered that the property could be used for a range of uses subject to all necessary consents and approvals being obtained. There is the potential to obtain vacant possession.

St Joseph’s And St. Emilie’s Convent, Oakhill Park, Liverpool, Merseyside, L13 4BP

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The subject property comprises St Joseph’s Convent, St Emilie’s Convent with the chapel linking the two properties.

Please note both properties to include the chapel have now been fully stripped out to shell, including M&E and incoming services having been isolated.

St Joseph’s was built in the 1970’s of framed construction with flat roof and comprises of basement and two upper floors. St Emilie’s was originally built as a detached Victorian House with full basement, ground, first and second floors.

St Joseph’s had been sub-divided to offer a mixture of bedrooms, offices, kitchen, dining room with St Emilie’s recent use being offices, bedrooms, kitchen and toilet.

The chapel comprises a single storey post war building with access internally from both St Joseph’s and St Emilie’s. It benefits from a large number of full height windows and is open plan offering flexible accommodation.

The property benefits from significant gardens to the rear and from a car park to the front.

Land, Deacon Business Park, Deacon Road, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN2 4JB

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The site comprises a rectangular shaped parcel of undeveloped land equating to 0.113 ha (0.28 acres) in size with frontage to Deacon Road of approximately 50m and an approximate depth of 23.5m.

Immediately to the North of the site is Aldi.