BROMWICH HARDY HAVE BEEN SUCCESSFULLY SOLD THE FORMER LIFE CHARITY PREMISES

19th December 2018

Partner, David Penn said “The property has had a variety of uses over the years, including use as a church, a community centre and, most recently, as a charity’s headquarters. The property has a very central location, being at the end of Leam Terrace, with its highly sought after residential properties, also close to the River Leam, Jephson Gardens and the Town’s retail areas.

 

“We had therefore anticipated that the property might be used for residential development, but a previous potential buyer failed to reach consensus with the local planning authority. In the end, the property has been acquired for office purposes, so no change of use is necessary.”

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