- Freehold Religious Premises offering F1 Use
- Site area 1.14 Acres
- Approx 5,275 sq. ft internal area with significant scope for expansion
- Circa 100 parking spaces
- Capable of seating a congregation in excess of 400 people
- Ideal for a range of uses including Education and Place of Worship
- Adjacent bungalow South View available by separate negotiation
Brackley is an attractive market town and civil parish in West Northamptonshire, England, bordering Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire, 19 miles (31 km)from Oxford and 22 miles (35 km) from Northampton.
The site is located approximately 350m north-west of Brackley’s town centre, Market Place, accessed via Banbury Road and Fox Lane. It is surrounded by residential development, although a community building housing the 5th Brackley Scout Group is located just to the north-east.
The application site is a developed brownfield site and measures approximately 1.14 acres (0.46 Ha), and forms an L-shape, approximately 96m width and 74m in length, with the existing building, a place of worship, located on the northern boundary. The remaining space is utilised for 100 car spaces for the church meeting hall, which is enclosed on all sides by timber fences.
The site is therefore substantially open except for the hall building, with a tarmacadam hard surface.
The meeting hall is a large, rectangular building constructed in the late 1970s or early 1980s, measuring approximately 5,275 Sq ft (490 Sq m) and it is finished in buff brick.