Manor Point 1 & 2

Site History, Planning, Tenure, Viewing & other details

“By 1938 however, development had commenced in the immediate area with the Rank Film Studios.”

Elstree is a village in the Hertsmere borough of Hertfordshire, approximately thirteen miles northwest of central London. It forms part of the civil parish of Elstree and Borehamwood, originally known simply as Elstree. Within the parish of Elstree, it is noticeable that the hill roads are remarkably direct and seldom curve to avoid any steep pitch. It has been suggested that the roads were originally slides for the timber which used to be sent to London for fuel. Historically, nearly all the parish was pasture. Manor Way on which Manor Point stands, shares the characteristic of principally being a surprisingly straight road.

In 1905 there were 40½ acres of arable land in Elstree, while there were 1,272 acres of permanent grass, and no woodland. Up until the mid 1930’s, this area was predominantly open fields. By 1938 however, development had commenced in the immediate area with the Rank Film Studios. The picture above taken in 1949 shows buildings occupying the site now known as Manor Point circled in red.

Employment uses continued along this frontage through the following decades in a number of small individual building clusters. The site was occupied by an Electrical Engineering company in the mid 1960’s, but was finally redeveloped with the current building suite around 15 years ago.

Planning History

Perhaps surprisingly, the Delta Court Business Park and all areas to the north on the opposite side of Manor Way, are zoned for residential development according to the most recent Area Action Plan. Manor Point therefore lies in what will become a buffer zone between residential and commercial development in coming years.

Previous successful Planning Applications for this site include:

  • Demolition of existing industrial buildings and erection of two units with ancillary office accommodation for light industrial, general industrial or storage and distribution purposes. (Amended and additional plans received 16.3.00 and 6.4.00). Manor Way 2, Corner Of Chester Road and Manor Way Borehamwood WD6 1EU
    Ref: No: TP/99/1213 | Received: Thu 23 Dec 1999 | Validated: Thu 23 Dec 1999 | Status: Application – Permission Granted
  • Erection of warehouse, compound area and car parking together with relocated electricity sub-station (Revised proposal including an additional 245m2 of first floor mezzanine floor space). Manor Way Unit 2 Chester Road Borehamwood WD6 1EU. Ref: No: TP/98/0719 | Received: Tue 04 Aug 1998 | Validated: Tue 04 Aug 1998 | Status: Application – Permission Granted.
  • Erection of 1,704m2 warehouse, compound area and car parking together with relocated electricity sub-station (Amended plans received 2/6/98) Manor Way Unit 2 Chester Road Borehamwood WD6 1EU. Ref: No: TP/98/0400 | Received: Wed 29 Apr 1998 | Validated: Wed 29 Apr 1998 | Status: Application – Permission Granted

Transport Links

Manor Point is located approximately 1¼ miles from Elstree and Borehamwood Railway station with a walking time of some 24 minutes. As an alternative to walking or for rainy days, bus 107 and 292 both link Elstree Way and/or Manor Way with Elstree and Borehamwood Railway Station. Journey time is around 8 minutes.

By Road

Easy access to principal routes

A1: 3 mins
M25: 5 mins
M1: 12 mins

Railway Stations

From Elstree and Borehamwood Railway station:

King’s Cross & St Pancras: 34 mins
Euston: 35 mins
Charing Cross: 41 mins
Waterloo: 41 mins
Liverpool Street: 41 mins
Victoria: 44 mins

Airports

Typical travel time to London airports

Heathrow: 31 mins
Stansted: 35 mins
London City: 42 mins
Gatwick: 64 mins

*Using TFL Journey Planner & Google Maps

Property Data

A selection of property data for Manor Point Units 1 & 2 is available following registration. These include site plans, energy performance data, utilities data etc.

Services

Interested parties should assure themselves of suitable connections by means of their own enquiries to service providers. However, data acquired by IBSA is available in the Data Bank.

Viewing

Manor Point Units 1 & 2 are not accessible to members of the public and occasional access cannot be gained. Therefore all viewings will be strictly by appointment with IBSA and will be accompanied.

Method of Sale

At this juncture, expressions of interest are invited.

Disclaimer

Tenure

Freehold with vacant possession at point of sale, or other options by agreement.

Local Authority

Hertsmere Borough Council
Civic Offices
Elstree Way
Borehamwood
Herts, WD6 1WA
020 8207 2277
planning@hertsmere.gov.uk

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Unit 1 Plot Size
2328
Unit 2 Plot Size

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