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£975,000 freehold

5 Beechcroft Road, London, SW17 Ref: 31197


An extremely well-located commercial property with clear potential for re-development (subject to obtaining necessary planning consent).

The plot of land has a footprint of circa 4,000 sqft.

The existing building itself is single storey (arranged over ground floor only) and measures circa 3,000 sqft. It's most recent use has been as a community centre, and it therefore comprises a hall space and offices, together with kitchen & toilet facilities. There is also a yard at the front of the property which measures a further circa 1,000 sqft.

It is thought the property / site will likely to be of interest to both developers and commercial owner-occupiers.

The property / site is to be sold freehold and with vacant possession provided on completion.

Please note that no offers subject to any form of planning consent, on the basis of an option agreement, or with a considerable time period between exchange and completion will be considered. The vendors are seeking a straightforward unconditional sale.


Full planning permission was granted by the London Borough of Wandsworth on 18th December 2017 for the: "Demolition of existing building, and erection of a three storey building to provide 1 x one bedroom, 2 x two bedroom and 1 x three bedroom flats (with private amenity area) and the use of the ground floor as community class D1". The application can be viewed under reference '2017/4958' or by clicking here.

This application was granted at committee level, however was never implemented, and therefore expired in December 2020.

Please note that the site's only other relevant planning history is a refused application, also from 2017 (in March), for a different scheme which was entirely residential. This application can be viewed under reference '2017/0559' or by clicking here.

It is thought that some or all of the reasons for refusal in the first application (March 2017) could be overcome.

The site is not listed, nor is it in a conservation area.


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