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London City 3.3m, London Heathrow 19.1m, London Gatwick 26.4m
Limehouse 0.8m, West Ham 1.5m, Shadwell 1.6m
Langdon Park 0.4m, Westferry 0.4m, All Saints 0.5m
Offers in excess of £4,000,000
Planning permission was granted on the 31st July 2014 for the restoration and conversion of St Saviour’s Church and the redevelopment of the former RBL building to create a new 3.5 storey building to provide residential accommodation. his has since been implemented and a Certificate of Lawful Development issued.
19 units will be created within St Saviour’s Church (7 x 1-bed, 11 x 2-bed, 1 x 3-bed) and 8 units will be created in the new residential building (2 x 1-bed, 6 x 2-bed). All of the units will be private.
The planning permission also provides communal gardens, play space and secure bin and cycle storage.
The development will be a car free scheme with occupiers not being eligible for residents on street permit parking.
The property is not located within a conservation area but the church is on the “Heritage at Risk” Register, due to its dilapidated state.
The S.106 has been completed which includes a financial contribution of £160,106.
▶ Long leasehold (150 years)
▶ Planning permission has been
granted (and implemented) for
the restoration and conversion of
the Grade II listed St Saviour’s
Church and the redevelopment of
the hall to provide 27 private
▶ The property is surrounded by the
green open space of Bartlett park,
which is currently being
▶ Within easy reach of Canary
Wharf and the City
▶ Unconditional offers required
Inspections are by appointment only and can be organised through the Vendor’s sole agents, Cluttons LLP.
Prospective purchasers should be aware that external inspections are made entirely at their own risk and no liability is accepted by the vendor or their agent.