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Marsh Farm, Marsh Green, Near Wellington, Shropshire, TF6 6NA

Price: £100,000+
Planning Permission for the Conversion of Existing Farm Buildings to form Two Dwellings
To comprise 2 x 4 Bedroom Detached Houses with ancillary Domestic Buildings

Site area approximately 0.22 Hectares (0.55 Acres)
Mains water is currently provided to the site via a shared supply. The capacity of the current supply is not sufficient to serve the proposed development. A new mains supply or replacement of the existing supply with a larger capacity pipe will therefore be required. Details of rights reserved are contained within the Legal Pack.
    •    Mains sewerage is not available on site. Rights have been reserved in favour of the Property over title SL243507. Further details are contained within the Legal Pack.
    •    There are two metered supplies to the Threshing Barn, one of which is shared with title SL243507. The Purchaser will be required to provide an independent and metered supply to title SL243507.
Planning: Local Authority: Telford & Wrekin Council, Tel: 01952 380000
The property is to be offered with planning consent for the 'Conversion of redundant farm buildings to 2no. dwellings and ancillary domestic buildings
    •    Reference - TWC/2018/0891
    •    Date Granted - 09/04/2019

The Arundel Club, Ton Mawr Street, Blaenavon, Pontypool, NP4 9JP

Former Social Club and Four Bedroom Accommodation
ONLINE AUCTION from 2nd FEBRUARY - 4th FEBRUARY This deceptively large former public house and four bedroom accommodation is located in the town of Blaenavon.

The social club is comprised of two bar areas, one kitchen and two sports lounges with disabled access to the side of the property. The property appears to be constructed of stone, brick and block with render colour washed elevations, having pitched slate and tiled roofs with later flat roof extensions. There is a raised beer terrace which could accommodate 30 – 40 people.
The property is located in a residential area of Blaenavon, with easy access to the A465 near to the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Guide Price:   £145,000+
Minimum Opening Bid:   £135,000
Paul Fosh Auctions, 01633 254 044

The Former St. Anthony's School, Belle Vue Road, Cinderford, GL14 2AA

Guide Price* : £165,000+

        This former school is situated in a mainly residential location in the town of Cinderford. The property benefits from a prominent position within the town and local amenities are easily accessible, approx. 500m from the town centre. The city of Gloucester is located 18 miles to the east and is accessible via vehicle and public transport. There is an array of beautiful villages on the outskirts of Cinderford, which provide shops, restaurants etc. as well as beautiful scenic walks and views.
        The plot measures approx. 0.5 acres and the school consists of 3 linked buildings with 1,205 sq. metres of accommodation. The school fronts onto Belle Vue Road and can also be accessed via Flaxley Street.
        There is huge potential to convert the site to a high-density residential scheme (subject to necessary permissions). A pre-application has been submitted with a positive response from the Local Authority.
Paul Fosh Auctions, 01633 254 044

Former RBS Bank, 32 Commercial Street, Newport, NP20 1RL

City Centre Retail Unit
A former RBS bank, situated in Newport city centre. The property is a mid terrace commercial building, in good condition and provides approximately 1,214 sq.ft of space including basement.

The property occupies 100% prime position in the pedestrianised main retailing area. The adjacent occupier is the Nationwide Bank. Other occupiers in close proximity include Boots, Waterstones, Poundland, Sports Direct, Burger King, WHSmith and Iceland The property benefits from being located between Llanarth Street and Austin Friars. These streets link the new Friars Walk shopping centre with Commercial Street and the city centre. Newport Railway Station is a short walk away.
The property is being sold with vacant possession but has recently been let for £28,500 pa.
Paul Fosh Auctions, 01633 254 044

Tollgate Barns, Mattishall Road, East Tuddenham, Dereham, Norfolk, NR20 3LW

Guide | £625,000 (plus fees)
        Barn Conversion
        7 Bedrooms
        Tenure: Freehold
Call the team on 01603 505 100 for more information

A complex of 4 tastefully modernised linked barns and a detached barn with planning consent for conversion to further living accommodation all set in 3 acre gardens (stms)
This delightfully situated range of single storey barns have been tastefully converted into a complex of four fully self contained properties ideal for owner occupation and/or income generation.
In addition there is a substantial barn/workshop with consent to convert into additional accommodation for holiday, permanent or business purposes. The site could provide a significant income from holiday or longer term lets or as a unique home with highly adaptable accommodation.
The properties are in excellent order with central heating, double glazing and a wealth of character features, modern kitchens and bathrooms. There are currently three two bedroom units and a one bedroom unit (which has potential to incorporate within the main barn making it a 4 bedroom unit).
The barns have already been used as holiday lets and can provide a significant and lucrative rental income.
The Barn
Currently consisting of a large commercial barn (32ft x 32ft) located to one side of the parking area with double doors and mezzanine floor, a second barn adjoins this linked via a short internal passage. This barn measures approx. 23ft x 21ft and includes side opening doors to the front and a WC. 
The plot of land also includes an open tractor shed, 2 x log stores
Note: Planning Permission exists for the conversion of this building into residential accommodation, 2 garages and office space, more information can be found under Breckland District Council ref: 3PL/2014/0901/F.
The plot which extends to approximately 3 acres (stms) includes an open tractor shed, 2 x log stores plus extensive pasture and a large pond to the rear of the plot.

The Fishing Lakes And Land At Tollgate Barns, Mattishall Road, East Tuddenham, Dereham, Norfolk, NR20 3LW

Guide | £75,000 - £100,000 (plus fees)
Call the team on 01603 505 100 for more information

Delightfully situated in a private rural setting this range of stocked fishing lakes and amenity land includes a summer house ample parking and all set in 4.8 acres of land (subject to measured survey).
The site is approached along a private roadway and is surrounded by farmland. The very private and secluded site makes an ideal hideaway with mature tress and hedging screening the site.
An unmade road provides access to the site which includes approximately half an acre of water surrounded by trees and with an adjoining paddock.
Please would all interested parties register their interest with the Auctioneer in order that they may be kept up to date with any developments.
Viewing: Any reasonable time during daylight hours.  All persons viewing should be aware that they enter the site entirely at their own risk. We request that all parties viewing walk up the drive to view the lake.

Bethania Chapel, Carmarthen Road, Ferryside, Carmarthenshire, SA17 5TA

Guide | £75,000 + (plus fees)
Call the team on 02920 475 184 for more information

An attractive Grade II listed Arts and Crafts style detached former chapel set within a level corner plot. The brick and bath stone elevations are beneath pitched slate roof coverings. In our opinion would provide an attractive development opportunity subject to all usual consents. Original features include leaded glass fenestration, organ, pitch pine pews, beamed ceilings, part quarry tiled floors, high panelled dividing doors with part-stained glass leaded features. We are informed that the property benefits from mains water, drainage and electric with oil fired central heating (which we advised is currently not working). Upgrading is required throughout the property.
The chapel is located in Ferryside which is a popular coastal village on the Carmarthen Bay Estuary having good access to the County town of Carmarthen, Llanelli and the M4. The village benefits from a train station, local shop, garage, school, yacht club, post office and other places of worship.
Vieing: Morgan & Davies 01570 423623.

Former Great Western Railway Staff Association, Commercial Street, Griffithstown, Pontypool, Torfaen, NP4 5JE

Guide | £139,000 + (plus fees)
Call the team on 02920 475 184 for more information

The partly constructed site has planning permission for three houses, 2 of which are near completion. Planning Ref. No. 15/P/00601.
One of the properties is still a shell and requires complete renovation.  All prospective purchasers are advised to contact Torfaen County Borough Council regarding all planning permissions.
The Former G.W.R.S.A  was originally constructed in 1873 as a mechanics institute. Then in 1948 it became part of the railways being known as The Great Western Railway Staff Association. In its later years as a workingmen’s club it was fondly known as The Oily Rag. The property is located in the heart of Griffithstown on the corner of Hill Street and Commercial Street.
House 1
Entrance hallway leading into an open plan living area with fitted kitchen, a feature bay window and further French doors leading to the rear garden. On the first floor are two bedrooms and a family bathroom. There is a loft room to the 3rd floor.
House 2
Entrance hall leading into an open plan living area. To the first floor is a bedroom, bathroom and a small box room / study. There is a loft room to the 3rd floor.
House 3
In need of complete refurbishment and is just an open shell.
There is planning permission for a car park providing two spaces per household. There is also space for rear gardens to each property.
Viewing Schedule: 01633 212555

Unit 3, Millrace Road, Carlisle, Cumbria, CA2 5RS

Guide | £75,000+ (plus fees)
Call the team on 01228 510 552 for more information

A commercial property unit extending overall to approximately 5,000 sq ft situated on Willowholme industrial estate near the City centre.
The property occupies a large site with ample parking, is in basic order following the last flood and is suitable for a variety of uses subject to planning consent.
Main Workshop - 75' x 50' with vehicular access front and rear, partitioned off Office;
Rear Garage - 27'6 x 25'6 with two roller doors; Kitchen - 12' x 9': Front Office & Reception - 18'6 x 17' overall: Two separate WC's
Large site with ample parking on tarmac and concrete hardstanding and security fencing around - see title plan.
Viewing: 01228 510552


Land North Of Pease Pottage Hill, Crawley, West Sussex. RH11 9BQ

Price: £90,000 – £100,000

An irregular shaped parcel of woodland comprising just under 10 acres including mature chestnut coppice, oak and birch scrub.
It is conveniently situated just off the Brighton Road (A23) on the east side close to the roundabout linking the M23 and A264. Crawley town centre with its comprehensive shopping facilities and amenities is easily accessible with excellent road links to Gatwick, London and Brighton via the M23.
Contact: 01273 504232

Guide price: £50,000+

The Old Telephone Exchange, Newmarket Road, Great Chesterford, Saffron Walden, Essex. CB10 1NT

Contact: 01245 205778

Great Chesterfield is small village and civil parish in Uttlesford, Essex and is just a short drive from the historic town of Saffron Walden. There are good road links being only a small distance from A11 and M11 junctions.
This former telephone exchange building sits to the rear of a good size plot with gated front access. Inside, the property is open planned with a separate disused WC. The overall site measures approximately 0.02 hectares (0.06 acres). It is considered that the plot and building offer excellent future potential for a variety uses, subject to the necessary consents being obtainable.
A planning application was submitted to Uttlesford District Council under ref: UTT/18/3445/FUL, dated 14th December 2018 for demolition of existing telephone exchange and erection of 1no. detached residential dwelling, which was subsequently withdrawn on 7th January 2019. Further information will be available to download from the Local Planning Authority.
Uttlesford District Council. Tel: 01799 510510 Website:

Guide Price: £180,000 – £200,000

The Old School Hall, Dent-de-Lion Road, Margate, Kent. CT9 5LB

Contact: 01622 608400

Occupying a prominent position in Garlinge village centre is the Old School Hall. The property, which is now vacant, having been used as a church hall for many years, could be suitable for a variety of schemes, subject to all necessary consents being obtainable.
The village of Garlinge is located between Margate and Westgate-on-Sea with their amenities and mainline railway stations.
Accommodation: Entrance hall, kitchen, two rooms, main hall, W.C., disabled W.C., rear hallway and large second hall.
Outside: Gardens to front and rear.
Local Planning Authority: Thanet District Council. Tel: 01843 577000. Website:

Guide price: £400,000+

Crown Buildings, Soar, Malborough, Kingsbridge, Devon. TQ7 3DS

Contact: 01392 366555

An extremely rare and exciting opportunity to acquire this post World War II bunker in approximately 1.72 hectares (4.05 acres), situated in a truly beautiful countryside location with the popular town of Salcombe, approximately 3.5 miles distant.
The property offers a variety of potential uses, subject to all necessary consents being obtainable.
The property briefly comprises 56 rooms arranged over two floors.
Crown Buildings (formerly known as Hope Cove Bunker) was built by the British Government in 1952 as part of the ROTOR programme, a huge and elaborate air defence radar system enabling the UK to detect possible attacks by Soviet bombers creeping up on Great Britain. More about this property in question, along with video footage, can be found on YouTube.
Local Planning Authority: South Hams District Council. Tel: 01803 861234. Website:

£85,000 – £95,000 *

The Former Rainbow Fun House, Torwood Gardens Road, Torquay, Devon. TQ1 1EQ

Applicants may view the lot externally only
Contact: 01392 366555

A rare opportunity to acquire this imposing former church and grounds, only a short distance from the Marina and town centre. Due to recent fire damage the property requires extensive repair.
The property has current commercial use, most recently being run as a children’s indoor soft play centre. However, there may be potential for a variety of alternative uses, subject to all necessary consents being obtainable.
Local Planning Authority: Torbay Council. Tel: 01803 207801. Website:

Guide price: £500,000 – £510,000 *

Land, Port Victoria Road, Isle Of Grain, Rochester, Kent. ME3 0EN

Applicants may view the lot externally only
Contact: 01622 608400

A freehold site situated on the eastern outskirts of the village of Grain with open land immediately to the east and within a short walk of the coastal path along the River Medway and River Thames estuaries.
The land extends to 0.79 acres (0.32 hectares) with Planning Permission granted for development of the site with five detached dwellings, subject to a Section 106 Agreement, further information will be within the legal pack available to download from the Clive Emson website.
Outline Planning Permission has been granted by Medway Council under reference: MC/20/1973, dated 21st December 2020 for construction of five dwellings houses with associated estate road, provision of 12 on site car parking spaces, new pavement along site road frontage and on site reptile habitat and removal of portacabin to the north, subject to conditions. A copy of the Planning Consent and proposed plans will be available to download from the Clive Emson website or the Local Planning Authority website.

Former Co-operative Supermarket, Bell Street, Shaftesbury, Dorset. SP7 8AR

Vieing: 01489 564606
Guide price: £580,000 – £620,000 * + FEES
The historic market town of Shaftesbury is situated around 20 miles south-west of Salisbury and around 25 miles east of Yeovil.

The subject property is something of a landmark in the town, being situated close to the High Street and adjacent to the main public car parks in the centre of the town. The building was most recently in use as a supermarket for the Co-operative Group.
The gross internal floor areas extend to 1,472.9 sq.m. (15,854 sq.ft.), the majority of which is on the ground floor and is set out in a traditional supermarket format. The first floor offers a range of offices, staff facilities and a stock warehouse which is accessed via two service lifts from the enclosed rear service yard. The existing buildings are obviously well suited to continued retail use. Alternatively, prospective purchasers may wish to consider full or partial site re-development, subject to all necessary consents being obtainable.
Local Planning Authority: Dorset Council. Tel: 01305 838336.

£450,000 – £500,000 *
The Frog & Orange, Shatterling, Canterbury, Kent. CT3 1JR
Contact: 01622 608400
Local Planning Authority: Dover District Council. Tel: 01304 872486. Website:

Public House: Ground Floor; A U-shaped bar area, seating area, extra seating; commercial kitchen; utility area; ladies’ and gents’ W.C.s.
First Floor: Landing, two bedrooms with en-suite bathroom and W.C. and two bedrooms with en-suites to be finished.
The Old Barn:
Ground Floor: Kitchen and living room.
First Floor: Two bedrooms and bathroom with W.C.
Outside: Surrounding gardens and garage.

Guide price: £170,000+

Little Mullbrooks, Summerhill, Polegate, East Sussex. BN26 6QY

Contact: 01273 504232

A unique opportunity to acquire this parcel of land extending to approximately 6.78 acres situated in a quiet country lane close to the town of Polegate in the Sussex Weald. The land, which has been used to graze alpacas for a number of years, is home to eight stables and a large barn.
It is considered that there could be potential for a variety of uses including perhaps some development, subject to all necessary consents being obtainable.
Local Planning Authority: Wealden District Council. Tel: 01323 443322. Website:

£225,000 – £240,000
Longshaw Stables, Hazelwood Lane, Chipstead, Coulsdon, Surrey. CR5 3QU

A fantastic opportunity to acquire a rarely available former stable block and courtyard with sand school which was originally part of the old Manor House adjacent. The site is on level ground with many buildings in dilapidated condition and extends to just under half an acre. It has the potential for residential/commercial conversion and development, subject to obtaining the necessary consents. It has been in the same ownership for over 40 years and was last used as stables approximately five years ago.
It is ideally located just off Hazelwood Lane, close to its junction with High Road between Chipstead and Hooley. Excellent road links to London, Brighton and all surrounding areas via the A23 accessed close by with comprehensive local shopping facilities and amenities also within easy reach.
The site extends to 0.15 hectares (0.38 acres).
Local Planning Authority: Reigate and Banstead Borough Council. Tel: 01737 276000.