Gerrards Cross – Greenside View

Project Summary

Date: 2017
Summary:

Canon House Properties bought the Lakeside Kitchen & Bathroom showroom premises unconditionally in August 2016 and secured planning permission for conversion to create 6 apartments.

Work commenced on site in December 2016, with practical completion achieved in July 2017.

Three flats have been sold and strong interest is being shown in the remainder, which benefit from the Government’s Help to Buy scheme.

Hazlemere

Hazlemere

Hazlemere

Project Summary

Date: 2014

Summary:
 CHP acquired on an unconditional basis, a redundant, deconsecrated church on a 1.1 acre site from the Northampton Diocese.  The site is heavily wooded and subject to a blanket Tree Protection Order. The company engaged with the local community and negotiated with the local planning authority to secure planning permission for a change of use and redevelopment of the site to provide 8 three-bedroom private market houses, while protecting woodland and local residential amenities.

High Street Egham

High Street Egham

High Street Egham

Project Summary

Date: 2012

Summary: Ground floor retail and conversion and extension of upper floors for residential, Costa, Greggs and six flats

Project Description

Canon House Properties acquired this vacant property in December 2010. The property is located in the High Street adjacent to a Tesco. The property comprised a vacant ground floor restaurant with two floors of vacant offices above. Part Grade Ⅱ listed building. Canon House Properties secured listed building consent to subdivide the ground floor to create two retail units, planning permission for new shop fronts and to convert the offices and develop an additional floor to provide a total of six one-bed apartments. The retail units were completed in August 2011, with completion of the apartments in January 2012. A pre let was agreed with Costa Coffee for one of the retail units, who successfully opened for trade in September 2011. Greggs took the second unit.

179 High Street, Berkhamsted

179 High Street, Berkhamsted

179 High Street, Berkhamsted

Project Summary

Date: 2006

Summary: Conversion to create high street shop unit and three apartments

Project Description

Canon House purchased the premises unconditionally for re-development. The property was acquired from West Herts College following a best bid process. Planning was obtained for a change of use of the ground floor to retail and the conversion of the upper parts into apartments. The property was redeveloped to provide a retail unit on the ground floor and the three apartments above, comrising of one one-bedroom flat and two two-bedrooms flats. Retail unit let to Done Brothers (trading as Betfred) on a lease expiring in 2021. All flats sold on long leases and the freehold investment sold.

School Mead, Abbots Langley

School Mead, Abbots Langley

School Mead, Abbots Langley

Project Summary

Date: 2009

Summary: 8,000 sq. ft. neighbourhood shopping parade and 24 apartments

Project Description

Canon House acquired this 1.1 acre site from Watford Borough Council through a special purpose vehicle in conjunction with Galliard Homes. The site is situated in Abbots Langley overlooking a green. The site was purchased as six ground floor retail units with six three-bed maisonettes above. Secured vacant possession of the retail units. Secured planning for a total redevelopement to create a neighbourhood centre, comprising of ground floor retail (800 sq. m.) with twenty four apartments and associated parking. The retail element is configured as one large unit let to Spar together with five smaller individual retail units. Other tenants included Ladbrokes and Dominos. The site was fully developed in partnership with Galliard Homes. All apartments and ground floor investments sold.

Breakspeare Public House, Abbots Langley

Breakspeare Public House, Abbots Langley

Breakspeare Public House, Abbots Langley

Project Summary

Date: 2010

Summary: 0.65 acre former public house; redevelopment for 13 town houses

Project Description

Canon House Properties acquired this pub in September 2009. The site is situated in Abbots Langley overlooking the green. The site extends to approx 0.65 acre. A lease was granted to the existing tenant, with landlord’s break options. Canon House Properties secured detailed planning permission for a redevelopment comprising a mix of thirteen 2 and 3 bedroom townhouses. The site was sold with the benefit of this planning permission in May 2010 to Abbey Developments Ltd, the development from acquisition to disposal taking just 8 months.

Station Road, Edgware

Station Road, Edgware

Station Road, Edgware

Project Summary

Date: 2004

Summary: 60,000 sq. ft. mixed use residential, retail and leisure

Project Description

A joint venture with Taylor Woodrow Developments Ltd (now Taylor Wimpey). A mixed use scheme which was promoted and led by Canon House Properties through the planning and development process. Prominent location in the heart of Edgware town centre, strategically located opposite the bus and underground station and opposite the Broadwalk Shopping Centre. The former cinema was acquired. Planning permission was obtained to develop a mixed use scheme of 60,000 sq. ft. of residential, retail and leisure (basement car park, ground floor retail and restaurant, first floor health and fitness club and 35 apartments above). Tenants included Caffe Nero, Peacocks and LA Fitness.

Lawley, Birmingham

Lawley, Birmingham

Lawley, Birmingham

Project Introduction

Date: 2004

Summary: 50,000 sq. ft. motor showrooms for Mercedes and Volkswagen

Project Description

Development of a new motor dealership on behalf of Daimler Chrysler UK (for Mercedes-Benz). The adjoining serviced plot was sold to Volkswagen UK with planning permission. A joint venture between Canon House Properties and Carillion Construction. The investment was sold to Standard Life.

Tally Ho Corner, North Finchley

Tally Ho Corner, North Finchley

Tally Ho Corner, North Finchley

Project Introduction

Date: 2004

Summary: 460,000 sq. ft. mixed use residential, retail, leisure and arts centre with new bus station

Project Description

A joint venture with Taylor Woodrow Developments Ltd (now Taylor Wimpey). Partners with the London Borough of Barnet following a formal competitive tender (OJEU). The project comprised the entire redevelopment of Tally Ho Corner, a prominent site at the gateway to North Finchley. The council acquired the site to facilitate and promote a landmark scheme and to secure a new arts centre for the Borough. The redevelopment aim was to provide a 460,000 sq. ft. mixed use scheme to include residential (155 apartments), retail (to include a food store and restaurants), a health and fitness centre and 70,000 sq. ft. arts centre in addition to a new bus station for London Transport. Canon House provided the lead development management role including securing the key commercial lettings and negotiating the contracts between the key stakeholders.