National Shipyard No.1
Chepstow, NP16 5YL

Price on Application

1,786,395.6 SqFt
  • MAJOR RESIDENTIAL LED DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY
  • Resolution to grant consent for 450 units
  • Excellent road connections to A48, M4/M5 and first Severn Crossing
  • Majority of site cleared in readiness for development.
  • Closing date for offers 12 Noon 14th September 2017.
  • Historic Aerial View
    Historic Aerial View
  • Brunel House
    Brunel House

Location

Chepstow is an historic border town and one of the principal communities in Monmouthshire strategically located within commuting distance to Cardiff, Birmingham, Cheltenham and Bristol. The site is situated immediately to the south of the town centre with a wide range of traditional shops and other facilities. Information on Chepstow town can be found on www.chepstow.co.uk. The main high street is within a 5-minute walk of the shipyard site and a Tesco food store and petrol filling station is even closer. Chepstow is a market down in the south-eastern part of Monmouthshire adjacent to the border with Gloucestershire, England. The town is strategically placed with good road access via the A48 to the M4 and distances to the principal cities are Bristol – 29km (18 miles), Newport – 32km (20 miles), Cardiff – approximately 51km (32 miles), Birmingham – 132km (82 miles), London – 201km (125 miles). Chepstow rail station immediately adjoins the site. This provides a direct link to Birmingham (1 hour 30 minutes), Cardiff (40 minutes) and via Newport to London Paddington of (2 hours 34 minutes).

Description

The main site extends to a gross area of 16.6 hectares (41.01 acres) situated between the Birmingham to Cardiff main railway line to the west and the River Wye to the east. The railway embankment features mature trees and undergrowth that provides a natural screen to the development site. The eastern side of the site is open to the river where there are panoramic views towards the river cliffs at the town end and open countryside to the south. To the south of the site and within the same ownership, a disused quarry provides a haven for wildlife and flora and it is anticipated this part of the site will eventually provide a public amenity. The developable area is generally level with a lower part at its northern end. Most the buildings on site have been demolished, stripped of components and de-roofed in readiness for development. Four disused and overgrown concrete slipways are a significant feature of the site and it is expected that one of these structures will be incorporated within a development scheme. Brunel House, a substantial five-storey three-level Grade II listed former Mill building occupies a prominent position at the site entrance. Following a fire in 2001, the property was completely rebuilt within the stone facade walls and is currently laid out as office accommodation.

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