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Advance Current commercial properties in the Market

Northamptonshire

Adddress : Thai Gardens,Station Rd,Watford,NN6 7UL

 

Business case report of  Thai Gardens  or defined property

Positive factor:

There are potential opportunity to open  a road , which can be connected with M1(need to talk with local council whether it does have any positive response within a year, if that road can be connected with M1, does mean this property would get huge commercial  and industrial value

1.Having HMO potential : Local industry does have worker travelling from outside Watford gap , if they have cheap accommodation , they would take this property as accommodation .

2.Back side development : If planning permission granted, rear land of this restaurant  can be developed 4 to 6 bangalow or three bed property .So restaurant would continue it’s business along with development plan .

3.Lorry driver : There are a lot of lorry drivers does stay one hotel , if they get  cheap accommodation , they might booked for this property for B & B option .

4.Social marketing : By social marketing  we can attract traveller (south to north traveller ) to have break in this restaurant , rather than going service centre which is very expensive.

5.Social housing scheme: it does have potential grant from Northampton council for social housing scheme for homeless or asylum seeker  which might get rental income of this property(Rent nuetral opportunity).

6.Drive through: It can be a take way option for the people those who travel south to north or north to south .

7.Boat mooring : it does have potentiality to moore boat in front of property ,can also attract boat traveller every day. If this restaurant gives security to stationery their boat day to day basis, it would increase sale for the restaurant.

8.Temporary accommodation or caravan stationary place : It does have potential opportunity to make temporary accommodation like caravan , which would give further income and sales of restaurant.

9.Replicate local another business model: There are one local business their called nero boat doing very good business , does mean similar project can be made using this proposition and if this model works, investor would get positive output in business , thus way business can be made sustainable ,does not have huge risk factor .

10.Wedding Event: It does have positive option to make wedding hall or wedding event place where people can chose as ideal place to celebrate thier wedding ceremony.

 Improtant information about commercial proposition 

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How to Building uses class and grade building search

The Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 (as amended) puts uses of land and buildings into various categories known as 'Use Classes'. This Order is periodically amended, view details of the amendments.

It is generally the case that you will need planning permission to change from one use class to another, although there are exceptions where the legislation does allow some changes between uses.

For example, A3 uses can change to A1 uses without the need for planning permission. However, if you are proposing to change the use of a premises or land, you should always seek advice from the local planning authority to confirm whether planning permission is required or not.

The following list gives an indication of the types of use which may fall within each use class. Please note that this is a guide only and it is for local planning authorities to determine, in the first instance, depending on the individual circumstances of each case, which use class a particular use falls into.

Part A

A1 Shops - Shops, retail warehouses, hairdressers, undertakers, travel and ticket agencies, post offices, pet shops, sandwich bars, showrooms, domestic hire shops, dry cleaners, funeral directors and internet cafes.

  • A2 Financial and professional services - Financial services such as banks and building societies, professional services (other than health and medical services) and including estate and employment agencies. It does not include betting offices or pay day loan shops - these are now classed as “sui generis” uses (see below).
  • A3 Restaurants and cafés - For the sale of food and drink for consumption on the premises - restaurants, snack bars and cafes.
  • A4 Drinking establishments - Public houses, wine bars or other drinking establishments (but not night clubs).
  • A5 Hot food takeaways - For the sale of hot food for consumption off the premises.
  • AA Drinking establishments with expanded food provision 

Part B

  • B1 Business - Offices (other than those that fall within A2), research and development of products and processes, light industry appropriate in a residential area.
  • B2 General industrial - Use for industrial process other than one falling within class B1 (excluding incineration purposes, chemical treatment or landfill or hazardous waste).
  • B8 Storage or distribution - This class includes open air storage.

Part C

  • C1 Hotels - Hotels, boarding and guest houses where no significant element of care is provided (excludes hostels).
  • C2 Residential institutions - Residential care homes, hospitals, nursing homes, boarding schools, residential colleges and training centres.
  • C2A Secure Residential Institution - Use for a provision of secure residential accommodation, including use as a prison, young offenders institution, detention centre, secure training centre, custody centre, short term holding centre, secure hospital, secure local authority accommodation or use as a military barracks.
  • C3 Dwellinghouses - this class is formed of 3 parts:
  • C3(a) covers use by a single person or a family (a couple whether married or not, a person related to one another with members of the family of one of the couple to be treated as members of the family of the other), an employer and certain domestic employees (such as an au pair, nanny, nurse, governess, servant, chauffeur, gardener, secretary and personal assistant), a carer and the person receiving the care and a foster parent and foster child.
  • C3(b): up to six people living together as a single household and receiving care e.g. supported housing schemes such as those for people with learning disabilities or mental health problems.
  • C3(c) allows for groups of people (up to six) living together as a single household. This allows for those groupings that do not fall within the C4 HMO definition, but which fell within the previous C3 use class, to be provided for i.e. a small religious community may fall into this section as could a homeowner who is living with a lodger.
  • C4 Houses in multiple occupation - small shared houses occupied by between three and six unrelated individuals, as their only or main residence, who share basic amenities such as a kitchen or bathroom.

Part D

  • D1 Non-residential institutions - Clinics, health centres, crèches, day nurseries, day centres, schools, art galleries (other than for sale or hire), museums, libraries, halls, places of worship, church halls, law court. Non residential education and training centres.
  • D2 Assembly and leisure - Cinemas, music and concert halls, bingo and dance halls (but not night clubs), swimming baths, skating rinks, gymnasiums or area for indoor or outdoor sports and recreations (except for motor sports, or where firearms are used).

Sui Generis

  • Certain uses do not fall within any use class and are considered 'sui generis'. Such uses include: betting offices/shops, pay day loan shops, theatres, larger houses in multiple occupation, hostels providing no significant element of care, scrap yards. Petrol filling stations and shops selling and/or displaying motor vehicles. Retail warehouse clubs, nightclubs, launderettes, taxi businesses, amusement centres and casinos.

Before you negotiate a lease or buy a property for your business, check whether you need to obtain planning permission for your intended use, and, if so, your chances of getting it.

Use Classes and Their Meanings

PART A

Class A1. Shops
Use for all or any of the following purposes—

 (a) for the retail sale of goods other than hot food,

 (b) as a post office,

 (c) for the sale of tickets or as a travel agency,

 (d) for the sale of sandwiches or other cold food for consumption off the premises,

 (e) for hairdressing,

 (f) for the direction of funerals,

 (g) for the display of goods for sale,

 (h) for the hiring out of domestic or personal goods or articles,

 (i) for the reception of goods to be washed, cleaned or repaired,

where the sale, display or service is to visiting members of the public.

Class A2. Financial and professional services
Use for the provision of —

 (a) financial services, or

 (b) professional services (other than health or medical services), or

 (c) any other services (including use as a betting office) which it is appropriate to provide in a shopping area,

where the services are provided principally to visiting members of the public.

Class A3. Restaurants and cafés
For the sale of food and drink for consumption on the premises - restaurants, snack bars and cafes.

Class A4. Drinking establishments
Public houses, wine bars or other drinking establishments (but not night clubs).

Class A5. Hot food takeaways
For the sale of hot food for consumption off the premises.

PART B

Class B1. Business
Use for all or any of the following purposes—

 (a) as an office other than a use within class A2 (financial and professional services),

 (b) for research and development of products or processes, or

 (c) for any industrial process,

being a use which can be carried out in any residential area without detriment to the amenity of that area by reason of noise, vibration, smell, fumes, smoke, soot, ash, dust or grit.

Class B2. General industrial
Use for the carrying on of an industrial process other than one falling within class B1 above or within classes B3 to B7 below.

Class B3. Special Industrial Group A
Use for any work registrable under the Alkali, etc. Works Regulation Act 1906[5](a) and which is not included in any of classes B4 to B7 below.

Class B4. Special Industrial Group B
Use for any of the following processes, except where the process is ancillary to the getting, dressing or treatment of minerals and is carried on in or adjacent to a quarry or mine:—

 (a) smelting, calcining, sintering or reducing ores, minerals, concentrates or mattes;

 (b) converting, refining, re-heating, annealing, hardening, melting, carburising, forging or casting metals or alloys other than pressure die-casting;

 (c) recovering metal from scrap or drosses or ashes;

 (d) galvanizing;

 (e) pickling or treating metal in acid;

 (f) chromium plating.

Class B5. Special Industrial Group C
Use for any of the following processes, except where the process is ancillary to the getting, dressing or treatment of minerals and is carried on in or adjacent to a quarry or mine:—

 (a) burning bricks or pipes;

 (b) burning lime or dolomite;

 (c) producing zinc oxide, cement or alumina;

 (d) foaming, crushing, screening or heating minerals or slag;

 (e) processing pulverized fuel ash by heat;

 (f) producing carbonate of lime or hydrated lime;

 (g) producing inorganic pigments by calcining, roasting or grinding.

Class B6. Special Industrial Group D
Use for any of the following processes:—

 (a) distilling, refining or blending oils (other than petroleum or petroleum products);

 (b) producing or using cellulose or using other pressure sprayed metal finishes (other than in vehicle repair workshops in connection with minor repairs, or the application of plastic powder by the use of fluidised bed and electrostatic spray techniques);

 (c) boiling linseed oil or running gum;

 (d) processes involving the use of hot pitch or bitumen (except the use of bitumen in the manufacture of roofing felt at temperatures not exceeding 220°C and also the manufacture of coated roadstone);

 (e) stoving enamelled ware;

 (f) producing aliphatic esters of the lower fatty acids, butyric acid, caramel, hexamine, iodoform, napthols, resin products (excluding plastic moulding or extrusion operations and producing plastic sheets, rods, tubes, filaments, fibres or optical components produced by casting, calendering, moulding, shaping or extrusion), salicylic acid or sulphonated organic compounds;

 (g) producing rubber from scrap;

 (h) chemical processes in which chlorphenols or chlorcresols are used as intermediates;

 (i) manufacturing acetylene from calcium carbide;

 (j) manufacturing, recovering or using pyridine or picolines, any methyl or ethyl amine or acrylates.

Class B7. Special Industrial Group E
Use for carrying on any of the following industries, businesses or trades:—

Boiling blood, chitterlings, nettlings or soap.

Boiling, burning, grinding or steaming bones.

Boiling or cleaning tripe.

Breeding maggots from putrescible animal matter.

Cleaning, adapting or treating animal hair.

Curing fish.

Dealing in rags and bones (including receiving, storing, sorting or manipulating rags in, or likely to become in, an offensive condition, or any bones, rabbit skins, fat or putrescible animal products of a similar nature).

Dressing or scraping fish skins.

Drying skins.

Making manure from bones, fish, offal, blood, spent hops, beans or other putrescible animal or vegetable matter.

Making or scraping guts.

Manufacturing animal charcoal, blood albumen, candles, catgut, glue, fish oil, size or feeding stuff for animals or poultry from meat, fish, blood, bone, feathers, fat or animal offal either in an offensive condition or subjected to any process causing noxious or injurious effluvia.

Melting, refining or extracting fat or tallow.

Preparing skins for working.

Class B8. Storage or distribution
Use for storage or as a distribution centre.


PART C

Class C1. Hotels and hostels
Use as a hotel, boarding or guest house or as a hostel where, in each case, no significant element of care is provided.

Class C2. Residential institutions
Residential care homes, hospitals, nursing homes, boarding schools, residential colleges and training centres.

Class C2A. Secure Residential Institution
Use for a provision of secure residential accommodation, including use as a prison, young offenders institution, detention centre, secure training centre, custody centre, short term holding centre, secure hospital, secure local authority accommodation or use as a military barracks.

Class C3. Dwellinghouses
Use as a dwellinghouse (whether or not as a sole or main residence) —

 (a) by a single person or by people living together as a family, or

 (b) by not more than 6 residents living together as a single household (including a household where care is provided for residents).

PART D

Class D1. Non-residential institutions
Any use not including a residential use —

 (a) for the provision of any medical or health services except the use of premises attached to the residence of the consultant or practioner,

 (b) as a crêche, day nursery or day centre,

 (c) for the provision of education,

 (d) for the display of works of art (otherwise than for sale or hire),

 (e) as a museum,

 (f) as a public library or public reading room,

 (g) as a public hall or exhibition hall,

 (h) for, or in connection with, public worship or religious instruction.

Class D2. Assembly and leisure
Use as —

 (a) a cinema,

 (b) a concert hall, 

 (c) a bingo hall or casino,

 (d) a dance hall,

 (e) a swimming bath, skating rink, gymnasium or area for other indoor or outdoor sports or recreations, not involving motorised vehicles or firearms. 

Copyright and Source of this Information

The "Use Classes and Their Meanings" part of this page is copied from part of the UK Statutory Instrument 1987 No. 764, The Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 (page 2). The instrument is © Crown Copyright 1987, so, if you copy it, you must ensure that it is accurate and make the source and copyright evident to users.

Reference

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/map-search?postcode=nn6%207ul&clearresults=True

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