SummaryProposed day nursery opportunity at Grove Business Park which will serve Grove and Wantage including the adjacent Wellington Gate housing development (Total 2,500 homes) as well as businesses on the Park.
The Park owners will work alongside an operator to deliver a bespoke building on a pre-let basis.
DescriptionThe rapidly expanding Grove/Wantage conurbation is situated approximately ten miles south of Oxford. The area is currently experiencing rapid residential development with a total of 5,415 houses scheduled for delivery of which 2,795 are projected in the period to 31st December 2022. All sites are under construction with a constant stream of families moving into the area. The conurbation has an allocation of over 6,000 new homes in the Vale of White Horse Local Plan: 2031.
The proposed day nursery will serve the entire conurbation including Wellington Gate (2,500 homes) as well as businesses on the Park. The Park owners will work alongside an operator to deliver a bespoke building on a pre-let basis. A site has been identified and included within the Park master plan.
The building would be built and handed over to shell and core for fit out, on terms to be agreed.
AccommodationA site has been identified and included within the Park master plan and as a guide draft architect plans have been proposed for a single storey building of circa 4,200 sq ft GIA with parking and outside area.
Plans are available upon request, however operators may choose to substitute their own design.
LocationGrove Business Park is set in 32 acres of land on the former Grove Airfield site between Wantage and Grove. The site boasts a rural and tranquil setting within a mature, well maintained and landscaped environment.
Wantage's strategic location makes it extremely attractive to families with commuters having easy access by road to Newbury (A34), Oxford and Swindon (A420), Reading and London (M4) and the national motorway network. Didcot Parkway rail station is 11 miles east of Wantage. The station is served by main line services from London Paddington to Bristol and South Wales and by local services from Reading to Didcot and Oxford.
Terms / leaseLease terms to be negotiated, the building would be built and handed over to shell and core ready for fit out by the nursery operator.
RatesTo be assessed upon completion.
Legal costsEach party to bear their own legal costs.
Rental agreementOn application.
Energy Performance CertificateTo be assessed upon building completion.
ServicesBidwells have not tested any of the available services and interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries as to their condition.
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