HARRIS LAMB MARKETS TEN-ACRE RESIDENTIAL SITE IN GLOUCESTER

Harris Lamb is marketing a 10.92-acre site in Gloucester with outline planning permission for up to 85 new homes. The business is acting with CBRE on behalf of Wilsgrove Developments, inviting bids from local and national investors and housebuilders. The parcel of land is part of a wider two phase development site of 16.56 acres. James Willcock, of Harris Lamb’s residential land team, ...

JUMPIN’ INTO COVENTRY WITH TRAMPOLINE PARK PLANS

Harris Lamb’s planning consultants have switched their attentions from S106 agreements to battle-beam designs as it oversees an application to open Coventry’s first trampoline park. The planning team is working with trampoline park operators Jump In to secure permission to transform a vacant warehouse in the Tile Hill area of the city into an all-ages activity centre which will drive more v...

BEST BIDS INVITED FOR FORMER TELECOM BUILDING

Developers interested in buying the former British Telecom building in Wolverhampton have been given a deadline of noon next Wednesday to put forward their best and final offers for the property. Telecom House, on Church Street, was placed on the market by Harris Lamb in June this year, and the agents have reported high levels of interest. Tom Morley, of the Agency team, said: “This m...

FORMER ERA FACILITY IN WILLENHALL PLACED ON THE MARKET

Harris Lamb is marketing a freehold warehouse site in Willenhall further to the relocation of security firm ERA. ERA is expected to move into its new manufacturing, R&D and distribution headquarters at i54 in Wolverhampton in October and has instructed the agents to sell its existing freehold site on Straight Road. Charles D’Auncey, Director, said: “With the imminent fit-out ...

HARRIS LAMB SECURES PERMISSION TO BUILD NEW WORCESTER HQ FOR FORTIS LIVING

Harris Lamb has been given the green light by councilors to build a new office for a Worcester housing association. Having successfully won a tender to identify a site for a new office on behalf of Fortis Living, the business secured space beside the organisation’s existing premises and put forward proposals to the city council. Simon Hawley, of Harris Lamb’s planning consultancy, said: ...