Key Features1 Acre Total Site AreaFar Reaching Riverside ViewsCovered Parking & Garages ProposedTown Centre Less Than 1 MileLondon Kings Cross Just Over 75 MinsFull Planning PermissionA riverside warehouse conversion opportunity with full planning permission for 14 Apartments and a pair of Semi-Detached Houses. The site, extending to 1 acre, is located within the urban area of Newark less than 1 mile from the town centre.The proposed scheme is designed to provide over 2,500 sq.m internal floor space, communal areas, covered parking and garages. The loft living space potential is spectacular. A new access is proposed from The Weavers to facilitate the apartments and the two semi-detached hous... Read more
Key Features 1 Acre Total Site Area Far Reaching Riverside Views Covered Parking & Garages Proposed Town Centre Less Than 1 Mile London Kings Cross Just Over 75 Mins Full Planning Permission
A riverside warehouse conversion opportunity with full planning permission for 14 Apartments and a pair of Semi-Detached Houses. The site, extending to 1 acre, is located within the urban area of Newark less than 1 mile from the town centre.
The proposed scheme is designed to provide over 2,500 sq.m internal floor space, communal areas, covered parking and garages. The loft living space potential is spectacular. A new access is proposed from The Weavers to facilitate the apartments and the two semi-detached houses will be approached by the existing Mills Drive/Farndon Road entrance. The River Trent and associated footpath adjacent to its south bank run in an east west direction immediately to the north of the site. Stunning views from the building extend in both directions towards Newark and open countryside.
Newark has a population of approximately 35,000. In accordance with the 2006 Population Acorn Profile, the population of Newark and Sherwood is 115,729. Subsequent development has significantly increased the population of the Newark district.
Transport Links - Newark lies reasonably centrally within the United Kingdom and is well placed for access to the A1 for commuting north Retford (14 miles), Worksop (20 miles) and Doncaster (30 miles) and south to Grantham (25 miles), Stamford (45 miles) and Peterborough (57 miles). The A46 for commuting to Nottingham (20 miles), Lincoln (12 miles) and Leicester (30 miles). There are good public transport links within the town, including direct rail services to London Kings Cross, from Newark Northgate Railway Station, with journey times of approximately 1 hour 15 minutes and to Leeds in approximately 50 minutes. Further East Midlands train services run from Newark Castle Railway Station to the cities of Lincoln and Nottingham. East Midlands Airport is located approximately 28 miles distant and Robin Hood Doncaster Airport is located approximately 29 miles distant. Regular bus services run locally through the villages and to the city of Nottingham.
Newark Lifestyle - Newark is an historic and vibrant market town which lies on the banks of the River Trent in the heart of the East Midlands. The town is well known locally for its historic Newark castle and gardens overlooking the river hosting a number of events and music concerts throughout the year, The town centre enjoys a beautiful Georgian market place and a mix of national and local retailers with many individual shops which define Newark as a unique shopping experience and not just another High Street. There is also a well developed cafe culture with many boasting river views. Recently opened in the town is the new National Civil War Centre which tells the story of Newark and its residents and to demonstrate the resilience of ordinary lives set against affairs of the nation and the world and to interpret the British Civil Wars and Newark's key role in them. The town has a strong association with antiques and collectables and is world renowned for its International Antiques Fair held every other month at the Newark Showground. Also available in the town are river trips along the Newark Trent on the Newark Line during the summer and Bank Holidays, riverside walks, the Newark Beer Festival, the Newark Carnival and not forgetting the Newark museum.
The town also has an active showground which hosts a number of national events throughout the year including classic bike festivals, agricultural shows, toy fares and an Americana event. It is paramount for entertainment and leisure facilities. Newark enjoys a multi-screen cinema, a bowling alley, the Palace Theatre which hosts a range of productions and also the popular Leisure Centre. Newark is also home to one of the oldest bowls clubs in England, established in 1790 and enjoys a range of competitive sports clubs including Newark Rugby, Hockey, Golf and Tennis.
Planning - Full planning permission (major) is granted by Newark and Sherwood District Council under application number 22/00162/FULM. Proposal; Conversion of Mill Building into 14 Residential Apartments including demolition of projected wings, conversion of boiler house into 1 dwelling and courtyard. Demolition of building range and open space, bin store and access to The Weavers. Demolition of lodge, industrial buildings and chimney and replacement with 2 semi-detached houses and covered parking.
Details of the planning and documentation are available for inspection on the Newark and Sherwood District Council planning portal.
The documents include:-
* Proposed Plans and Elevations * Sketches of Columns in new positions * Topographical Survey * Flood Risk Assessment * Tree Survey - protected species * Drainage Plan * Preliminary Environmental Assessment * No CIL chargeable
Proposed Accommodation - The Mill is regarded as a 'non-designated heritage asset' and as such is not specifically listed, however the building incorporates many original features including heavily beamed ceilings and steel columns which will create a high quality riverside warehouse development.
A summary of the accommodation and floor areas is attached to these particulars.
The proposal will see the Mills Drive access retained, but limited to pedestrians, cyclists and vehicular access to the 2 new semi-detached dwellings only.
The remaining dwellings will be accessed from The Weavers in the form of a private drive.
Parking - There are 21 car parking spaces provided in the proposed open fronted covered parking areas plus 2 spaces provided to the side of each of the new build dwellings and 4 spaces provided at ground floor level within the Mill Building. There is additional outdoor space in front of these under croft spaces resulting in the provision of at least 31 spaces for the development.
Community Infrastructure Levy (Cil) - The building has been in a lawful use for a continuous period of 6 months in the past 3 years. The floor space therefore can be counted towards the CIL which we understand is not chargeable.
Services - We understand that mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are available but purchasers should make their own enquiries as to the technical details.
Tenure - The property is freehold and will be sold with full vacant possession.
Possession - Full vacant possession will be given on completion.
Viewing - Strictly by appointment with the selling agents.
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