Queensgate Land, Roath Dock Road
Roath Dock Road, Cardiff, CF10 4DQ
Availability: To Let
Size: 0.81 hectares (2.00 acres)
Property type: Land Plot
B1 (B2 & B8 - The site is located within Employment Policy EC1.2 (Cardiff Port & Heliport) in the Cardiff Local Development Plan (2006 - 2026), defining primary uses as (port related) activity within the above uses. The Port also benefits from extensive permitted development rights for port-related activities. Interested parties are advised to contact City of Cardiff Council (Planning) directly to apply for planning subject to use.)
This site could be made available on a long leasehold basis, subject to a ground rent or alternatively traditional leases could be negotiated for bespoke design and build development to meet individual requirements.
VAT will be charged on all costs.
For further information, or to arrange a viewing, please contact the appointed agents.
The site totals approximately 2 acres of cleared, level, hard standing surfaced land.
It benefits from direct access and exceptional roadside frontage from the Queensgate Roundabout, one of Cardiff’s busiest road networks with a combined daily passing traffic count of over 100,000 vehicles. Subject to the relevant ground works surveys and planning consent, the site is ready for development.
- Industrial / open storage
- Directly accessible off the A4232 Roundabout
- Design & Build opportunities available on up to 2 acres
- Direct quayside frontage to Roath Dock
- 24-hour port security - access via Roath Dock Road
- Mains services consisting of electricity, water and drainage will all be available to the site
The site is situated in the Cardiff Bay area on the southern edge of Cardiff city centre and has excellent
connectivity to Cardiff’s main road network offering direct access to Junctions 29, 30, 32 and 33 of the M4.
The site is accessed via Roath Dock Road which is located directly off the Queensgate Roundabout, which is connected to the newly extended Eastern Bay Link Road (A4232) and existing Cardiff Bay Link Road, heading to Junction 33 of the M4 approximately 9 miles west and Central Link heading into Cardiff city centre approximately 1 mile to the north.
The surrounding locality is dominated by commercial uses. Cardiff Bay’s primary shopping destinations,
Mermaid Quay and the Red Dragon Centre, are only a few hundred metres away along with one of Cardiff’s major tourist attractions, The Wales Millennium Centre. In addition, the site fronts Palmer Waterside, Cardiff Bay’s primary office destination which includes the 1,239 capacity Pierhead Street Car Park.
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