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Retirement Living

Nailsea Bristol

Retirement Living

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.

Thornbury

Town Centre Site

Thornbury

This Town Centre site in Castle Street was acquired by Litfield Land. Planning consent was subsequently negotiated at appeal for a mixed use scheme to provide new build housing, restoration of existing buildings for residential use and B1 office accommodation.

Trafalgar House Clifton Bristol

Grade 2 listed Palladian Mansion

Trafalgar House Clifton Bristol

This Grade 2 listed Palladian mansion house was acquired as a standing investment.

The tenant was not in occupation and ultimately a deal was structured to enable the tenant to free itself of its leasehold liabilities.

The property now vacant, a sensitive consent was secured for change of use to a single residential dwelling and the site then sold to an owner occupier.

Warmley Landsdown Care Home

Bristol

Warmley Landsdown Care Home

Former 20 bed NHS care home acquired by Litfield Land unconditionally. The site was subsequently refurbished to provide 11 oversize fully ambulant suites with wet rooms to provide care for users with Acquired Brain Injury. The property has been leased to a specialist operator and held for long term investment.

Planning has just been secured for the erection of 8 studios in the grounds which will provide more independent living for users with Acquired Brain Injury and construction will shortly commence.

Motor Dealership and Convenience Store

Fishponds Road Bristol

Motor Dealership and Convenience Store

This site was acquired as a standing investment which could be value added by active management.

A development site was identified on part and consent was granted for 28 apartments and 14 houses on appeal on part. That element of the site was then sold to Bristol Community Housing.

The main Suzuki vehicle dealership is retained for the long term and consent will shortly be granted for a 4000 sq. ft convenience store which will be developed and retained for the long term.