City & Country has a wealth of expertise in the various sectors of the commercial property market where we deal with projects for industrial/warehousing, offices and retail premises and mixed use schemes. We invest directly and form joint venture partnerships with commercial developers, financial institutions and private clients identifying, securing and maximising investment and development opportunities. Utilising extensive market knowledge and a highly experienced in-house team we pride ourselves on our ability to combine the successful ingredients needed to deliver added value and fruitful investments.
In partnership, our residential and commercial divisions have the expertise to be at the forefront of mixed-use development schemes. This is an exciting solution to planning which encompasses the principles of sustainability in terms of creating places where people will want to live and work. Over the past 50 years City & Country has been involved in a varied number of successful developments across the retail, office, warehousing, industrial and leisure sectors.
Rivermead Industrial Estate, Chelmsford
Unit 9 Rivermead is located on the popular Rivermead Industrial Estate. The estate is ideally situated to Anglia Ruskin University on the outskirts of Chelmsford City Centre, within easy access of the A12 via the A1016 Chelmer Valley Road, and within walking distance of Chelmsford mainline railway station. The property comprises an industrial/warehouse unit with mezzanine offices and 5 parking spaces, having recently traded as a vehicle repair centre.
The General, Bristol
A selection of 8 riverfront commercial units suitable for A1-A4, B1 and D2 uses. The units are located on the lower ground level of the former Bristol General Hospital, situated on Lower Guinea Street with views across the Bathhurst Basin. The former hospital is being converted into 206 one, two,three and four bedroom homes.
The Chapel, King Edward VII Estate
The Chapel situated within the King Edward VII Estate presents itself as a unique commercial opportunity. The Chapel requires an operator to provide residents with basic supplies, a cafe facility for residents and visitors, dining facilities, communal access and facilities such as meeting rooms, buffets and refreshments.