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Keningtons were appointed to manage the strip out and reinstatement of a fire damaged restaurant in North London.
Keningtons produced the schedule of works in two phases; firstly, for the strip out works and secondly for the reinstatement and fit out.
We worked closely with the landlord and tenant of the premises to ensure it was reinstated to its pre-loss condition. The restaurant is now ready to trade.
On behalf of an overseas investor, Keningtons Chartered Surveyors were instructed to undertake a full building survey to a five storey villa in St Johns Wood. The villa is located a stones throw away from the famous Abbey Road recording studios and comprises five bedrooms with ensuites and dressing rooms, a feature central staircase, gymnasium, media room, swimming pool, steam room, underground car park with motorised lift and turntable.
Mayfield Properties Limited have appointed Keningtons and Dewhurst and Co to market a mixed use development site in the vibrant Old Town area of Swindon.
Jeremy Sutton, Partner in the Swindon office comments “ This is a unique opportunity for a developer to purchase a 1.35 acre site with detailed planning permission for the development of a ground floor convenience store , 18 apartments and 16 Town Houses with no affordable housing requirement.”
On behalf of Mayfield, Keningtons have agreed heads of terms on the convenience store with an end user and the developer who purchases the site can then complete this pre let, in advance of developing the residential accommodation. Keningtons also worked closely with Mayfield’s planning consultants to secure the planning permission.
Swindon Borough Council are looking to bring back into use the former Cricketers Pub in the Railway Village, and have appointed Keningtons Chartered Surveyors to market the property and seek expressions of interest from potential end users. Jeremy Sutton of Keningtons commented “The Cricketers was the original pub in the Railway Village and is a Grade II Listed Building. The existing use is as a public house with living accommodation on the upper floors, although we are open to ideas for alternative uses which will need to take into consideration the Listed Building and Conservation Area status.
The property is being offered to rent and the terms of any lease will acknowledge that the tenant will have to undertake renovation works. Those interested will be invited to submit their ideas and proposals for the property by end of November and it will be great to see this historical building back in use”.
Jeremy Sutton in our Swindon office reports that it has been a tough half year in the Swindon office market with economic and political uncertainty being the principle cause for low levels of activity and take up. On a more positive note, following the General Election there has been a noticeable increase in the level of enquiries and the number of viewings which are being undertaken.
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