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Site D, Kemble Airfield, Kemble

Location details:

Formerly the home of the Red Arrows, Kemble Enterprise Park and Kemble Airfield is now a well-established mixed-use business park and active commercial airfield. There is excellent access to Junctions 15, 16 and 17 of the M4 and Junction 11A of the M5 via the A417/A419.

The Park extends to some 540 acres and accommodates around 1million square feet of warehousing, industrial and office occupiers. Currently there are over 25 companies employing several hundred people based on the Park. The Park benefits from the AV8 restaurant facility as well as the established Gooseberry Bush day nursery which is located on the southern site.

Access to D Site is via a road signposted Jackaments Bottom which is directly off the A433 Tetbury Road approximately 6 miles south west of Cirencester.

Kemble Railway Station which provides direct access to London Paddington, Bristol and The North is less than 2 miles distant.

Energy Performance Certificate: An energy performance certificate and recommendations will be provided upon completion of the property, if applicable.


Planning permission has been obtained to construct/convert the existing pitched roof structures and a flat roof extension to the rear. This will provide an office/light industrial building. It is proposed that it will incorporate extensive glazing and benefit from its own W.C. and kitchenette facilities. The building will have its own dedicated car parking to the front.


The proposed areas are based on gross internal areas.

Depot Plot 241 sq m (2,595 sq ft)


We are advised that electricity, water and drainage are available to the site and confirm that we have not tested any of the service installations and any occupier must satisfy themselves independently as to the state and condition of such items.


The site has a planning consent for workshop and storage space (ref. 15/02680/FUL). All interested parties should make their own enquiries to the Cotswold District Council.


The site is available to purchase on a freehold basis with vacant possession and the benefit of the current planning consent.

Alternatively, the vendor is willing to construct the property and sell the completed building incorporating occupier's exact requirements.

Consideration will also be given to leasing the building on terms to be agreed.

Please contact the Agents for further details.

Business Rates:

The Valuation Office Agency will assess the building for business rates upon completion.

Interested parties should make their own enquiries to Cotswold District Council.


Under the Finance Acts 1989 and 1997, VAT may be levied on the Rent/Sale price. We recommend that the prospective tenants/purchasers establish the implications before entering into any agreement.

Legal Costs:

Each party is to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in the transaction.



James Gregory

01793 428106 

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