Industrial - Phase III, Littlecombe Business Park, Lister Road, Dursley
Phases 1 and 2 have now been delivered comprising a total of 25 light industrial units ranging from 1,000 - 6,000 sq ft. Approximately 2.8 acres remain available, suitable for industrial, warehouse or office development on a build to suit basis.
Design and Development:
The vision for Littlecombe is to create a high quality, sustainable development which is owned, controlled and managed by the people who live and work there, whilst also being a community that integrates closely with the surrounding areas of Dursley and Cam. The 92-acre project is being delivered in phases and is expected to be completed by 2019.
A Community Interest Company (CIC) is being piloted within the residential part of Littlecombe. The CIC offers residents the opportunity to have a major stake in their own vision for their local community. By living at Littlecombe, residents will automatically become members of the CIC. They will be involved in decision-making that will impact on the long-term development of the community and those living there. The CIC will be supported to help establish it by St. Modwen and Stroud District Council.
Located within Littlecombe's major mixed-use regeneration site of 92 acres. The site is close to local labour within Cam, Dursley and the wider south Gloucestershire area. Shops and amenities are situated within approximately 1 mile in Dursley Town Centre. Access to the M5 motorway is available at either Junction 13 or Junction 14 via the A4135 and the A38.
St. Modwen can design and build individual business requirements for a single unit up to approximately 25,000 sq ft or multiple units up to approximately 40,000 sq ft at Littlecombe Business Park.
Size: 2322.50 m2 (24999.39 ft2)
The properties would be assessed for rating purposes at completion.
The development could a range of employment uses within Classes B1, B2 and B8 of the Uses Classes Order 1987.
Buildings can be designed to suit an occupier' requirements and are available on both a leasehold and long leasehold basis. Further information is available upon request.
Under the Finance Acts 1989 and 1997, VAT may be levied on the letting/sale price. We recommend that the prospective tenants/purchasers establish the implications before entering into any agreement.
A charge may be levied by the Landlord to cover the costs associated with the upkeep and maintenance of the communal areas.
Each party to bear their own legal costs incurred in the transaction.
Simon McKeag 07737 691453
Rebecca Rigg 01452 300433
Harry Pontifex 01242 255242
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