At Bruton Knowles we benefit from having multiple teams and individuals who specialise in key sectors for our clients, across Commercial, Valuations, Land Development, Charity, Social Housing and Public Sector.
This unique approach, alongside our national spread of 11 offices, allows us to provide added value for all of our clients. For a recent sale, we were able to combine the expertise of two teams – with a collaboration between the Commercial, and Planning and Land Development teams at Bruton Knowles – resulting in the unique sale of the former Mushroom Composting Facility located in the rural hamlet of Sunhill, Gloucestershire. The site was sold in excess of Guide Price and completed in August 2020.
Lying some 6.8 miles from the market town of Cirencester, the area is predominantly agricultural, arable land, with the A417/A419 trunk roads nearby (6 miles), providing access to Cirencester and the M4 and M5 motorways. The site is roughly rectangular comprising hardstanding steel portal frame and brick buildings.
Robert Smith, Head of Commercial at Bruton Knowles said: “The 16-acre site proved to be an interesting addition to the market, sparking interest from a wide variety of parties looking to explore different uses of the space – this was a great collaboration between the Commercial and Land Development Team.”