Plot X2 Osprey Quay, Portland, DT5 1BL, Dorset, , South West
Osprey Quay forms the gateway to the Isle of Portland and is accessed from three roundabouts on Portland Beach Road which leads to the A354. Weymouth and Dorchester are located approximately 4 miles and 11 miles respectively to the north and both are accessed by the A354 which in turn connects with the A35 providing
access to Exeter and beyond to the west, and London to the east via the M27/M3 motorway networks. Osprey Quay is significantly more accessible following the
opening of the A354 Weymouth relief road in March 2011.
For sale - serviced plot
Within walking distance there are pubs, a waterfront café, a local sports centre, the Sailing Academy, waterfront walks, Chesil Cove School and a seasonal pedestrian ferry from the site to Weymouth.
In readiness for the 2012 Games BT have installed one of fastest Superfast Broadband fibre optic cable links in the UK, directly to Osprey Quay for the media centre. This connection will remain at the site after the Games and be available for future occupiers to negotiate supply with the service provider.
A Developer’s Brief is available for each plot, providing information on flood defences, highway access, drainage, main utility supplies, previous use, site investigation works and ground conditions.
Slipway/Boat Lift Facility
Subject to availability and launching charges, members of the public and Osprey Quay occupiers will be able to use the slipway. Boat lift facilities are available up to 320 tonnes capacity.
The site is available for virtual freehold on the remainder of a 999 year lease, subject to a peppercorn rental.
On application to the joint sole agents.
All enquiries and viewings strictly through the joint sole agents:
Outline planning consent was granted on 29 January 2002 for “mixed use of land for employment, leisure, retail (Class A1 and A3) and residential uses, also relocation of existing Search & Rescue facility”. Plot M1 does not currently have a consent and accordingly the vendor has submitted a separate application for outline planning consent.