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For sale: Bourne Court, South Ruislip HA4 6SW

By informal tender

Final bids are to be submitted by midday on Friday 17 November 2017.

Bourne Court, Ruislip

Contact

John McKenna
Tel: 01895 277279
Email: propertysales@hillingdon.gov.uk

Key documents

Location

The site comprises the former Bourne Lodge, Wren Centre and Phoenix Centre properties, and is situated off Bourne Court which in turn lies off Station Approach in South Ruislip.

The site is located in the heart of South Ruislip. The location offers great transport links such as South Ruislip Station (Central Line and National Rail), various bus links and easy access to the A40. South Ruislip benefits further from local amenities, restaurants, bars, supermarkets, parks and highly regarded schools

Nearest underground stations

  • South Ruislip (0.1 mi)
  • Ruislip Gardens (0.5 mi)
  • Ruislip Manor (1.2 mi)

Description

The site comprises an area of approximately 0.70 hectares and accommodates three detached buildings. The Phoenix Centre and the Wren Centre were formerly used as a Day Care Centre for Adults with learning difficulties and Bourne Lodge was a care home facility.

A recent submitted planning application provides 69 apartments on the site, with associated parking and amenity space. The consented scheme provided 21 one bedroom apartments, 39 two bedroom apartments and 9 three bedroom apartments.

Full details of the scheme with planning application can be found under Town Planning Ref: 11891/APP/2016/3583

Community Infrastructure Levy

Mayoral CIL IS £214,030.49

Hillingdon CIL is £546,622.78

TOTAL CIL PAYMENT £760,653.27

Affordable housing

If the council compliant level of 35% affordable housing is not provided on site then there will be an in lieu payment of £2.4m commuted sum required as the equivalent provision of onsite affordable housing.

Tenure

The site, shown edged red on the plan below, will be sold by way of long leasehold of 125 year lease with the freehold transferred once the development has been completed  in accordance with a consented scheme.

Should purchasers wish to make an offer on an alternative scheme they must provide details of the outline of their scheme with their bid.

It should be noted that consideration will not be given to any residential schemes with a parking ratio below the consented scheme.

Bourne Court

Viewing

The site is secured and can either be viewed from the highway without appointment or if you wish to walk the site you can attend between 9am and 10am on the following days without appointment:

  • Thursday 2 November 
  • Thursday 9 November 
  • Thursday 16 November

Fees

The purchaser will be required to pay in addition to the purchase price, the council's surveyors and administration fees of 5.75% of the purchase price on completion.

Process

Offers are invited and must be made on the Form of Offer [85kb], together with proof of funding. All offers must be submitted either:

The council is not bound to accept the highest or any offer received. All offers received will be Subject to Contract, S106 agreement and council approval. The successful bidder will be expected to exchange contracts within four weeks of acceptance of their bid, and complete 28 days thereafter.

For the avoidance of doubt bidders are reminded to take into account the CIL Payment of £760,653.27, the section 106 payment, the in lieu payment of £2.4m commuted sum required as the equivalent provision of on  site affordable housing (where on site affordable housing is not provided) and the 5.75% surveyors and administration fees, before making their bid.

Misrepresentation Act 1967

These particulars are not to be considered a formal offer; they are for information only and give a general idea of the property. They are not to be taken as forming any part of a resulting contract, nor be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. While every care is taken in their preparation no liability can be accepted for their accuracy. Intending purchasers should satisfy themselves by personal inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of these particulars which are issued on the understanding that all negotiations are conducted through the council or its representatives.

Money Laundering Regulations 2003

In order to comply with these regulations the council are required to confirm the identity of buyers of its property.

Other downloads

BT result [46kb]

Chancel check [312kb]

CON2919.10.17 [99kb]

Deed of Approp.7.1.1964 [486kb]

Drainage search [1Mb]

Electricity search [5Mb]

Energy and Infrastructure search [948kb]

Gas result [270kb]

Landmark env result [1Mb]

Landmark planning result [1Mb]

LLC1 19.10.17 [81kb]

Official Copy (Conveyance) 30.04.1931 - AGL208077 [664kb]

Official Copy (Deed) 07.09.1932 - AGL208077 [510kb]

Official Copy (Deed) 12.07.1960 - AGL208077 [358kb]

Official Copy (Deed) 15.09.1966 - AGL208077 [4Mb]

Official Copy (Lease) 22.10.1965 - NGL14364 [498kb]

Official Copy (Title Plan) - AGL208077 [195kb]

Transfer of part of registered title [74kb]

 

 

 

 

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