House, Back High Street, Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne
Disused workshop fronting Back High
Street, Gosforth previously used in manufacture of plaster mouldings.
Planning consent granted August 2003 for change of use to residential.
August 2004 completion of 2 bed/ 2 bath mews style town house.
Old stone building with modern extensions
previously used as a metal working forge. Permission granted May 2004
for conversion to 2-bedroomed bungalow. Sold with planning permission
A large stone built building originally
used as a schoolhouse and more recently community facility. Planning application
for redevelopment of 5 town houses granted. Sold with planning permission
Originally 4 warehouse units combined
into 1 by previous occupier. Planning permission obtained to refurbish
and create 5 trade park/warehouse units. Total Floor Area 17,275 sq ft.
Fully Let. Investment sold 2007.
Ground floor warehouse/workshop with
first floor offices. Vacant unit sold 2006. Acquired with single storey
workshop pre-let to MOT station, which was sold 2007. Total floor area
14,000 sq ft.
Ground floor high bay warehouse with
first floor offices close to proposed Science City site. Acquired to refurbish
as office space. Total floor area 2,200 sq ft. Sold 2007.
Multi tenanted business centre comprising
45,000 sq ft of offices/warehouse accommodation.
© MathewsDixon 2007