St Saviour's, Arcadia Street and Northumbria Street, London E14 6LF

Offers in Excess of £4,000,000

Land

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Long leasehold

Ref no: 40827

Key Features
  • Long leasehold (150 years) disposal
  • Planning permission has been granted (and implemented) for the restoration and conversion of the Grade II listed St Saviour’s Church and the redevelopment of the hall to provide 27 private residential units
  • 1,856.9 sq m (19,987.7 sq ft) of consented net saleable residential space
  • The property is surrounded by the green open space of Bartlett park, which is currently being landscaped
  • Within easy reach of Canary Wharf and the City
  • Unconditional offers required
  • long_leasehold
Description
A Residential Development Opportunity in East London

The property comprises a dilapidated Grade II listed church building situated on the eastern section of the site and a smaller single storey building formerly used as a Royal British Legion (RBL) Club, situated on the western section of the site.


There is a small freehold residential site located between the Church and the RBL building known as St Saviour’s Court. This property now lies outside of the site boundary, having been sold by the Vendor (London Diocesan Fund) some years ago.

The church was built in 1873-1874 but was damaged by a fire in 2007 leaving the brick and stone walls but no roof, supported by scaffolding.

The site extends to 0.15 hectares (0.37 acres).

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Planning class
C3
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