Bakers, Nailsea Wall Lane, Nailsea,
Sold @ Auction £500,000
LOT NUMBER 33
FOR SALE BY AUCTION
*** SOLD @ HOLLIS MORGAN NOVEMBER AUCTION ***
GUIDE £475,000 +++
SOLD @ £500,000
LOT NUMBER 33
Wednesday 27th November 2019
All Saints Church Pembroke Road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 2HY
Legal Pack Room and Registration will be open from 18:15
The sale will begin promptly at 19:00
Russell Property Consultants
Chris Miles MRICS
m. 07970 886740
Completion is set for 8 weeks or earlier subject to mutual consent.
Viewings by appointment via Joint Agents or Hollis Morgan
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A Freehold site of 2.5 acres that has until recent times operated as a successful abattoir but is now offered with vacant possession.
The site is approached via a long driveway with car parking for 20 + vehicles.
At the rear of the site is the main commercial building ( refer to existing floor plans and description below ) and additional paddock ( refer to site plan )
The main property is of portal frame construction set beneath a pitched steel profile roof providing 10% natural roof lights. There are two dock loading doors. The main warehouse has a concrete floor and has been internally subdivided to provide
working areas and refrigeration. There is a lean-to extension previously used as a holding pen for livestock. There is a two storey flat roof extension which provides a ground floor butchery room and first floor offices.
Warehouse - 6,566 Sq Ft
Holding Pens - 2,293 Sq Ft
FF Office - 1,690 Sq Ft
Total - 10,549 Sq Ft
The site is located approximately 1 mile west from Nailsea town centre in an area known at West End. Nailsea is located approximately 7 miles south west of Bristol. The property fronts on to Nailsea Wall which is an arterial route connecting to Clevedon which in turn provides access to J20 of the M5.
REDUCED PRICE FOR AUCTION
The property was previously listed for sale at £800,000
COMMERCIAL USE / INVESTMENT
Planning has been granted for Class B1(c) B2 or B8 commercial use over 10 units with excellent income prospects.
Please refer to proposed block plan in the planning information.
The premises would suit a SME owner occupier - sold with vacant possession.
We understand there is potential for residential development on the site for upto 4 detached dwellings subject to consents.
Full Planning Appraisal to follow.
PLANNING APPRAISAL ( PPA )
In terms of residential development, the site is not in the Flood Plain (its Flood Zone 1) nor is it in the Green Belt. The site is previously developed land in the countryside and not within a defined settlement. The NPPF states that for the reuse of existing buildings for dwellings in more isolated locations, there is a requirement to significantly enhance the immediate setting, and be sensitive to the defining characteristics of the local area.
Given the industrial nature of the existing buildings in question, we would suggest that any scheme for redevelopment seeks to restore some local character by introducing replacement buildings on the site that reflect the traditional agricultural and vernacular character of buildings (i.e. a complex of converted barns) that feature strongly in the West End of Nailsea.
There is circa 1000 sq m of floor area on the site, this would comfortably translate into 4 detached dwellings on the site.
The overall approach in North Somerset is to safeguard sites in existing economic use for employment reuse. The site is previously developed land which would be suitable for reuse for business purposes. Where sites are no longer occupied the Council requires active marketing to demonstrate that this potential has been fully explored before allowing any change of use.
Full Professional Planning Appraisal ( PPA ) via the link below
Stokes Morgan Planning Ltd
COMMERCIAL RENTAL APPRAISAL
The proposed draft schematic is purely to give an idea of how the property could be subdivided into smaller units. No doubt interested parties will have their own individual opinion on configuration. As set out below we believe the units will command the approximate rental values on an annual basis subject to specification. Should you require any further advice on configuration, rental tone and specification please do not hesitate to contact the agents.
PROPOSED SCHEDULE / SQ FT / PROPOSED INCOME
UNITS 1, 2, 3 - 1,668 Sq Ft / £13,500 pa
UNIT 4 - 936 Sq Ft / £8,000 pa
UNIT 5 - 936Sq Ft / £8,000pa
UNIT 6 (GF + FF) - 1,205 Sq Ft / £10,000PA
UNIT 7 - 936 Sq Ft / £8,000 pa
UNIT 8 - 936 Sq Ft / £8,000 pa
UNIT 9 (GF + FF) - 2,153 Sq Ft / £14,000 pa
UNIT 10 (GF + FF) - 1,184 Sq Ft / £8,000 pa
TOTAL - 9,954 Sq Ft / £77,500 pa
Further details contact Chris Miles of Russell Property Consultants.
PLANNING - CHANGE OF USE
Application ReceivedThu 29 Aug 2019
Application ValidatedThu 29 Aug 2019
AddressNailsea Abattoir Nailsea Wall Lane West End Nailsea BS48 4DD
ProposalAlterations to the existing abattoir building to facilitate change of use to employment uses in Class B1(c), Class B2 and Class B8 with associated car parking and ancillary development.
Decision Issued DateThu 24 Oct 2019
Appeal DecisionNot Available
Full details of the proposed scheme and drawings can be downloaded with the online legal pack.
We are informed - Abattoir and slaughter houses £35,250
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BIDDING AT THE AUCTION
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10% deposit payment.
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SURVEYS AND VALUATIONS
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CHARITY OF THE YEAR
Hollis Morgan are supporting Bristol Zoo’s Bear Wood Appeal as our 2019 charity of the year with 5% of each buyers premium being donated.
Bear Wood is an exciting new development due to open in Summer 2019 at Wild Place Project. The exhibit will transport visitors back in time when the woodland was inhabited by European brown bears, Eurasian lynx, European wolves and wolverine, showing the effects of woodland loss on our native animals.
In 2018 we were delighted to be involved in raising £10,000 over 3 events for the “Off The Record” Bristol based mental health charity - www.otrbristol.org.uk
Visit the Charity page of our Website for further details - https://www.hollismorgan.co.uk/charity/
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WHY HOLLIS MORGAN?
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