Located to the south of the Colne Valley where the M40 meets the M25, Uxbridge is an excellently situated West London town, benefitting from good road and rail connectivity and easy access to Heathrow Airport.
Uxbridge is within the London Borough of Hillingdon, the second largest borough in London, attracting a strong labour pool and numerous international businesses.
The town lies immediately south of Junction 1 of the M40 motorway and 2.5 miles east of Junction 16 of the M25 motorway, both of which provide easy access from the town to the surrounding motorway network. Heathrow Airport is located 6 miles to the south of the town.
Uxbridge is well connected to Central London via the Underground. Uxbridge Underground station is located on the western end of the Piccadilly and Metropolitan lines which provide direct services into Central London. Connectivity to Central London will be further enhanced on arrival of the Elizabeth Line (Crossrail) in 2018 with services operating from Hayes (5 miles to the south east) with journey times of 20 minutes into Bond Street.
This 6.35 acre site provides a fantastic mixed use development opportunity in the London Borough of Hillingdon. It is not located with a conservation area and none of the buildings are listed. The existing buildings fall under the Use Class B1 of the Town & Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987.
The site benefits from both Permitted Development and office redevelopment planning consents. In addition there is potential for alternative schemes, subject to planning, some of which are outlined below.
1. Permitted Development A
2. Permitted Development B
3. Office Redevelopment – Full scheme
4. Comprehensive Redevelopment