Newlands house will be collection of 41 private residential units comprising 2,869.1 sq m (30,882 sq ft) ideally located on a quiet residential street within 300 metres of Surbiton mainline station, providing direct access to London Waterloo within 20 minutes (10 trains per hour). A notable mention is Surbiton has been identified as a Crossrail 2 location. A freehold residential development opportunity within South West London, a short distance from the River Thames and Hampton Court Park.
The 0.74 acre (0.3 ha) site, comprising of a former nursing home and health centre has been granted planning consent to re-develop the site to provide a 100% private residential scheme.
Surbiton is a suburban neighbourhood within the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames located next to the River Thames. The site is located within an area known as Oakhill on the corner of Oak Hill and Oak Hill Road and lies approximately 280 metres south east of Surbiton Mainline station which is easily accessed on foot via a pedestrian pathway known as Oakhill Path.
Oakhill forms a small corner of Surbiton of approximately 37 acres (15.5 hectares). The surrounding area is predominantly residential in character while the immediate location was historically home to a number of large detached villas constructed in the early-mid 19th Century. A number of these villas remain, while some have been redeveloped to provide purpose built residential accommodation, together with Surbiton Health Centre/Lime Street Primary School.
The area is complemented by the surrounding open space provided by The Wood immediately to the north of the site, which incorporates public green space as well as a nature reserve, while the River Thames and Hampton Court Park are both within close proximity. The location provides a peaceful residential setting benefiting from close proximity to Surbiton Station and the surrounding local amenities such as Sainsbury’s, Waitrose and an abundance of local shops, coffee shops and restaurants.
The area also benefits from excellent schools with St Andrews & St Marks, Tiffin Boys and Tiffin Girls’ School and Surbiton Children’s Nursery all offering Ofsted Outstanding ratings as well as independent private schools such as Surbiton High School and Kingston Grammar School.
The location benefits from excellent transport links and is situated within 300 metres of Surbiton Mainline station providing access to regular trains (10 per hour) to London Waterloo (20 mins) and Clapham Junction (10 mins) as well as providing easy access to the South East and South Coast (Woking, Reading, Basingstoke, Portsmouth, Southampton).
The site is situated approximately 800 metres from a range of local bus routes provided on Upper Brighton Road, Ewell Road and Victoria Road providing easy access to numerous locations including Kingston, Twickenham and Ealing Broadway.
Surbiton station has also been identified as a Crossrail 2 station which the London Borough of Kingston supported and if approved would provide direct access to Victoria, Tottenham Court Road, Euston, and Kings Cross.
RESTAURANTS / PUBS / BARS
KINGSTON UPON THAMES
HAMPTON COURT PARK
M25 JUNCTION 9
GATWICK & HEATHROW
The site is located within the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames. The existing buildings are not Listed however are located within the Oakhill Conservation Area and No.3 Oakhill is identified locally as a building of Townscape Merit.
Planning consent (15/16883/FUL) was granted in February 2017 for;
‘Demolition of the former health centre: change of use and extension to No.3 Oakhill and erection of 2 no. four storey residential blocks including accommodation in roof space (41 no residential flats in total comprising 16 x one bedroom, 17 x two bedroom and 8 x three bedroom units)’
The planning consent does not include any on-site affordable housing, however the Section 106 Agreement contains a commuted payment of £200,000 towards an off-site provision. The development involves the restoration and conversion of No.3 Oakhill (Newlands House) and erection of three new residential blocks.
The development will be subject to both Mayoral Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Royal Borough of Kingston-Upon-Thames CIL, which we understand the Council have calculated to be £120,064 and £445,900 respectively
The consented scheme comprises four residential blocks (A, B, C & D) providing a total of 41 private residential units (16 one beds, 17 two beds, 8 three beds) comprising 2,869.1 sqm (30,882 sq ft) and benefits from 13 car parking spaces.
Block A is the conversion of Newlands House to provide 8 units comprising 688.9 sqm (7,415 sq ft) NSA; including 5 x 2 bedroom and 3 x 3 bedroom units.
Block B is a new build extension in the form of an additional side wing to Newlands House to provide 7 units comprising 415.7 sqm (4,475 sq ft) NSA; including 6 x 1 bedroom and 1 x 3 bedroom units.
Blocks C & D are separate new build blocks located on the site of the former health centre providing a combined total of 26 units comprising 1,764.5 sqm (18,993 sq ft) NSA. Each block contains 5 x 1 bedroom, 6 x 2 bedrooms, and 2 x 3 bedrooms units.
Block A (Conversion)
Block B (New Build Extension)
Block C (New Build)
Block D (New Build)
Total Net Saleable Area 2,869.1 sqm (30,882 sq ft)