We took a brief from Accor Hotels to identify a suitable opportunity in Gloucestershire to provide a platform for the groups expanding IBIS brand. Litfield identified and secured this prominent gateway to the City site and then funded the entire planning process to deliver a detailed implementable consent for a 127 bedroom hotel.
The site was acquired by Litfield, is leased to Accor Group and has been retained by Litfield for the long term.
Located in Bristol, Kidderminster and Worcester
We have created a number of care homes for clients caring for service users with a complex range of challenging mental health needs.
Each home has been created to the end users specific needs with oversized bedroom and living areas and full ambulant access en suite wet rooms built to the highest standards. This enables registration and successful operation of the facility enabling them to have the edge in a competitive market.
This 11000 sq ft building was built in the mid 1980's as a training pub for Eldridge Pope and Company. Litfield acquired the site from Marstons Brewers.
We have since won planning consent to convert the lower ground and ground floors to a children nursery, and have leased this to the expanding Mama Bears Group.
Old Market Bristol
The landowners of this business wished to raise capital to relocate and expand. We acquired the site and leased it back to the business until such time as they could identify a suitable replacement facility.
The business successfully relocated and planning was sought for 110 city centre apartments.
Consent was granted and the site was developed in conjunction with Linden Homes.
55 unit residential units
We are pursuing an application for residential development of some 55 units on a site adjacent to the settlement boundary of the village of Clutton in a highly sustainable location. The site was identified as being appropriate for residential development and secured by Litfield.
The scheme will provide circa 55 units including affordable housing provision.
Holiday Inn and McDonalds
This former Truck stop adjacent to Junction 5 on the M5 was identified as being appropriate for redevelopment. Consent was ultimately granted at appeal for the development of a 120 bedroom Holiday Inn hotel and a McDonalds Drive Thru.
Prestbury Cheltenham and Downend Bristol
Two sites were acquired for 80 and 70 bedroom care facilities consent granted.
The sites were former factory premises in sensitive residential areas.
The sites were sold to European Healthcare for their expanding estate.
Brownfield site identified and acquired off Dunkirk Road. Planning consent secured by Litfield Land and the site subsequently sold for residential redevelopment for 15 houses.
Worle Weston Super Mare
A site identified as having potential for retail foodstore development. The site was acquired, consent granted and ultimately sold to Lidl for their discount food concept.
A site identified as having potential for foodstore development. The site was acquired and consent granted at appeal for foodstore development and ultimately sold to Lidl for their discount food concept.
Site on the main arterial route into Weston was identified by Litfield Land as being suitable for roadside related development. Consent was granted and the site developed for a Mcdonalds Drive Thru, Imo Car wash, a new Banks Brewery Public House and a BlockBuster store.
Gloucester Road Bristol
The owners of the business that owned this former church premises wished to relocate and needed to enhance the value of the site to enable the relocation.
Litfield orchestrated its team of professionals and designers and won consent for a scheme of 28 high quality mews style apartments in a thriving residential area of Bristol.
The site has been sold for development and the owners relocated to new premises.
Gloucester Road Bristol
The site was identified as having potential for retail development. It was acquired, decontaminated, and a new retail building erected which is leased to Morrisons and held for the long term.
Alexander Park Fishponds Bristol and Austin Place Shirehampton
Two sites acquired and subsequently consent granted for 48 residential apartments. The sites have been sold with the benefit of planning permission for residential development.
This former market garden occupying a location less than 100 metres from the main town centre was identified as being suitable for retirement living.
The site was acquired and subsequently Litfield drove the planning process and ultimately consent was granted for 53 retirement apartments.
The site was then sold to Pegasus Retirement Living.