Portishead, Harbour Road Phase 1 2011 £8m
A former gas works site and part of the vast Portishead Marina regeneration project. The site was conditionally purchased from the house building consortium Crest/Persimmon.
Planning permission was served for a food store and hotel mixed use building. Particular focus was emphasised on design to be in line with the existing high-quality surroundings.
The development was funded jointly by Custodian Capital and Lidl. The project was successfully completed.
Barnstaple Phase 1 2014 Development Value £1m
A former calor gas showroom was purchased back to back with a pre let from Costa Coffee.
Planning permission was served for the change of use and a small works works was carried out the provide Costa with a base shall specification.
The development was personally funded and then sold after lease completion to Lasalle Investment Management. (See Phase 2 also)
Barnstaple Phase 2 2014 Development Value £1.5m
A contract was also taken on the calor gas yard which formed a separate transaction to the showroom building.
Consent was granted for a bulky goods retail development.
Lasalle Investment purchased the site along with the Costa Investment.
Portishead Phase 2 2015 Development Value £2.6m
A continuation of adjoining development land to phase 1. A consent for open A1 retail and AS uses with pre lets to JD Whetherspoon, Home bargains and Majestic Wines.
The Project was funded by Custodian Capital.
Filton 2016 Development Value £9m
Part of the Chalton Hayes masterplan development owned by Bovis homes – the tear drop island site was conditionally purchased during 2015. A planning permission was granted for a 90 bed hotel and A3 Drive Thru. The design incorporated an integrated Drive Thru within the main building which was a first for Costa Coffee.
The development was funded by Lasalle Investment Management
Cathedral Park, Wells 2016 Development Value £1.2m
Initially the site was purchased on a conditional basis for a bulky goods A1 development. This application was refused by Mendip District Council.
Premier Inn approached Loc8 and a sale was agreed.