The properties at 24 – 36 Castle Street, occupy a prominent location in the heart of the Medieval Cathedral City of Salisbury in Wiltshire. The subject properties comprise of several period and listed buildings, all of which are in varying states of structural repair.
At one time the main post office for Salisbury, the now redundant site has been subject to a number of years of vacancy and neglect. The inefficient layout, level changes, running costs and secondary commercial location have subsequently rendered the buildings unsuitable for their current permitted trading use.
With the growing pressure of preserving important notable heritage assets, Landmark Estates are working with current freehold owners, in order to promote a sensitive mixed-use redevelopment of the site. Whilst in a preliminary design and consultation stage, the vision for the site is to create a new ground floor commercial frontage onto Castle Street, with an element of new build residential accommodation above, which will be blended with the attractive period Listed buildings conversion.
The suggested scheme is likely to support a number of individual commercial premises with a mixture of one, two and three bedroom apartments above. Landmark’s planning team look forward to working with Local Authority all relevant consultees and the residents of Salisbury to ensure that our eventual submission reflects the local aspirations for the site.
For more information please contact Senior Land Buyer:
Ben Olds M: 0782733852 1 E: email@example.com