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Stuart Street / Phoenix Street, Derby, DE1

29,621 sq. ft.

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Tenure: Freehold

Derby is a thriving city at the heart of the UK, located approximately 15 miles (24 km) to the west of Nottingham and 34 miles (55 km) to the northwest of Leicester.
Stuart Street / Phoenix Street is a mixed use edge of city centre location comprising high quality riverside flats and a number of corporations including NatWest Bank, NHS and Derbyshire Housing Aid.
The site is conveniently located approximately 0.5 miles (0.8 km) to the east of Derby City Centre which is easily accessed on foot via the new Cathedral Green footbridge. The journey takes just over 3 minutes to get from Stuart Street to the Market Place, providing good access to a wide range of town centre amenities such as the new Westfield Shopping Centre, The Quad and Derby’s new Bus Station.
The site is also conveniently located for commuter transport links; the A601 (Derby’s Ring Road) lies immediately to the north of the site, this connects with the A52 approximately 0.25 miles (0. 4 km) to the east. J25 of the M1 motorway is located approximately 4 miles (6.4 km) to the east.

The site comprises a cleared / level roughly rectangular parcel of land extending approximately 0.68 acres (0.27 hectares). The site benefits from road frontage on three sides, all of which is secured by wooden site hoarding around the perimeter with a gated access retained at Phoenix Street.
66 apartments were formally situated on the site; these were known as Greenwood Court. The flats were demolished approximately 6 years ago.

It is understood that the site has been designated under Policy CC8 of the 2006 City of Derby Adopted Local Plan. This Policy identifies the site as being suitable for high quality, Residentially (C3) led development to be complimented by Business Use (B1) and supporting community facilities to meet local needs.
All planning information should be confirmed with, and further enquiries should be directed to the planning team at Derby City Council, who can be reached on 01332 293111.

It is understood that mains water, gas, electricity and foul drainage are available at the site. Interested parties are advised to confirm the availability of the services and confirm that they are adequate for any proposed use.

The site is available freehold or leasehold for a term to be agreed. It should be noted that the site is not available for use as a contract car park open to the public. Offers from corporations seeking additional car parking for their employees may be considered.

Price on Application.

Offers should be made in writing and sent marked for the attention of Mr. Christopher Wright and addressed to BB&J, 34 Irongate, Derby, DE1 3GA.

Offers should not relate to any other offer and should contain:
• Name and address of the purchaser.
• Proof of funds.
• Solicitor contact details.

We are advised that each party will be responsible for their own legal costs in the transaction.

We are advised that VAT will not be payable on the purchase price however purchasers should satisfy themselves as to the VAT position if necessary by taking the appropriate professional advice.

Unaccompanied road side viewings are possible. Any accompanied site inspections are to be arranged by prior appointment with BB&J. Please contact:

Chris Wright
Tel: 01332 292825

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
17 January 2011

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