The property dates from the 14th century and has been used for a variety of uses until it was acquired by the District Council in 1986 and converted to provide offices for their own occupation.
Steel framed industrial / warehouse units with part brick clad elevations.
St. James House is a purpose built five storey office building with basement of Bath stone construction, providing over 80,000 sq ft of office accommodation.
Units 330 and 332 are mainly brick construction and comprise various workshop, storage and office areas along with rear external storage.
The property is a mid-terrace two storey building of brick construction with rendered front elevation and pitched tiled roof.
No 15 comprises three storeys of accommodation and a cellar.
The premises provide a newly constructed retail unit with separate store and WC facility.
The property comprises in total 5 individual workshop warehouse units which have previously been connected, but now split for separate occupation.
The accommodation is located across the 1st, 2nd and 3rd floor and offer a mixture of modern open plan and cellular accommodation.
A ground floor office suite within a modern purpose-built office building.
The Business Centre offers a total of 30 office units which have been created from 18th, 19th and 20th Century Farm buildings.
The property comprises a modern end terraced industrial unit of steel portal frame construction with part brick/part clad elevations, under a fully clad roof which incorporates translucent panels at regular intervals. The party walls are of blockwork.
Building 12 offers high quality and newly refurbished warehouse accommodation in a thriving and well-established Business Park.
A Grade II* Listed building retaining many of its period features and yet modernised to provide an appealing working environment.
A single storey and self-contained office/business unit with rendered brickwork to the elevations under a tiled roof.
A modern mid terrace and purpose-built office building with facing brickwork to the elevations under a low-pitched roof.
The property is of steel frame construction with mainly clad elevations under a fully clad roof which incorporates translucent panels at regular intervals.
A prominent new build opportunity on an established business park with excellent M5 access.
The property comprises an industrial/warehouse unit of portal frame construction with coloured profile steel cladding and roof.
The Business Centre offers a total of 30 office units which have been created from 18th, 19th and 20th Century Farm buildings
The property comprises a mid-terrace, self-contained retail unit with fully glazed frontage to College Court.
The property is presently used for the repair of cars and commercial vehicles and comprises two semi-detached and one detached industrial unit (Units 1, 2 and 3) all of steel portal frame construction.
Two adjacent industrial/warehouse units available individually or as a whole.
Norfolk House comprises a Grade II Listed building dating from around the 1830s.
Full planning consent has been obtained for the erection of these contemporary houses.
The subject premises comprise a ground floor shop / office with double fronted bay windows fronting the High Street.
A modern, purpose built and self-contained office building within the Tebbit Mews courtyard development.
SWJ House Offices occupy a prominent position at the entrance of the Business Park.
The property comprises a mid-terraced single storey retail unit with fully glazed frontage.
Open plot extending to 0.351 acres, most recently used as car parking.
The property comprises a mid-terrace industrial/warehouse unit of steel frame construction completed around 2006 by Rock Eagle as part of a larger speculative scheme.
The 4th floor suite offers high quality office accommodation within a dedicated office building.
The property comprises a mid-terraced industrial unit of steel frame construction under a clad roof.
The unit comprises an end of terrace industrial warehouse unit of steel portal frame construction with brick and clad elevations beneath a double skin roof with translucent panels.
Unit 2 fronts a terrace of industrial/ warehouse units built around the 1980s of steel portal frame construction with part brick and block elevations, with profile steel cladding above.
An industrial/storage unit of steel frame construction with a mixture of facing brickwork/block and rendered brickwork to the elevations under an insulated pitched roof.
The unit is located within the ground floor of a two-storey building providing predominantly residential accommodation.
The property comprises a prestigious 19th Century mid terraced Grade II* listed building.
The property is constructed with cavity brickwork walls and pitched tiled roof, which incorporates timber framed double glazed Velux windows.
The property provides a closed Grade II listed church dating from circa 1866.
The property comprises a ground floor retail unit benefiting from dual aspect and fully glazed elevations fronting the High Street.
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