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An exceptional development opportunityto acquire an attractive office buildingbenefitting from Permitted Developmentrights in one of North London’s most soughtafter addresses.


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The property is set in an attractive residential locationoverlooking Barnsbury Square Garden. Built in the 1920’s and formerly a bookbinder’s workshop,the property has most recently been used as the office ofan architectural firm, which may be of interest to owneroccupiers. Existing office (B1) accommodation within a single buildingextending to approximately 9,316 sq. ft. (865.5 sq. m.) grossinternal area (GIA). Permitted Development rights for two separate schemes,to convert the existing office building to 6 or 10 privateresidential units. Total proposed residential net saleable area (NSA) of 8,353sq. ft. (776.0 sq. m.) for the 6 unit scheme and 8,245 sq. ft.(775.0 sq. m.) for the 10 unit scheme. Potential to implement the existing Permitted Developmentconsents to convert to residential, or review alternativeuses, subject to obtaining the necessary consents. For sale freehold with vacant possession.Boundary line indicative only.

Regent’s CanalThe Drapers Arms, Barnsbury StreetLOCATIONBarnsbury is a long established and affluentarea of North London. Barnsbury Square is characterised by grand single andpaired villas bordering the central garden, arguablyIslington’s finest garden square. In 2013, the square was listed by the Evening Standard asone of London’s top ten most peaceful roads. The predominately residential neighbourhood benefits fromaccess to a wide range of local amenities with excellenttransport links providing relatively easy access to the restof London and beyond.Upper StreetThe Albion, Thornhill Road A selection of local convenience shops, bars andrestaurants can be found on Liverpool Road, some 500metres from Barnsbury Square, whilst nearby Upper Street,is one of the London’s most well-known and vibrant streetsfor retail, dining and drinking.5

CaledonianParkTrulloCALEDONIANROADHIGHBURY& ISLINGTONEXROADTheSmokehouseESSCALEDONIAN ROAD& BARNSBURYISLINGTONUPPERTHE OLD BOOKBINDER’STSTREEPOOLLIVERROADThe DrapersArmsESSEX ROADOttolenghiIslingtonNEWNORTHThe Albion PubROADAYYORK WRosemaryGardensThe AlmeidaTheatreBarnardParkThe Pig &ButcherGranary Square:DishoomCaravanWaitroseThe Lighterman PubThe Screenon the ING’S CROSSST PANCRASANGELHOXTONNot to scale. All locations approximate.

CONNECTIVITYThe Old Bookbinder’s benefits from excellent transport links,with Highbury & Islington, Caledonian Road & Barnsbury andEssex Road stations, as well as 7 bus routes, within 1.3 km(0.8 miles) of the property.0.5 miles - 11 minutesTHE OLD BOOKBINDER’SCaledonian Road & Barnsbury - 2 minutesCamden Road - 5 minutesHampstead Heath - 13 minutesWalthamstow Central - 12 minutesBlackhorse Road - 10 minutesTottenham Hale - 9 minutesSeven Sisters - 5 minutesFinsbury Park - 2 minutesHighbury& IslingtonMoorgate - 11 minutesGreen Park - 9 minutesVictoria - 11 minutesStratford - 18 minutesOxford Circus- 7 minutesOld Street - 5 minutesHackney Wick - 11 minutesWarren Street - 5 minutesEssex Road - 2 minutesDalston Junction - 4 minutesKing’s Cross/St. Pancras - 2 minutesShoreditch High Street - 12 minutesAll distances and travel times taken from Google Maps ( (TfL Not to scale - for indicative purposes only.VictoriaOvergroundGreat Northern

THE OLD BOOKBINDER’SThe Old Bookbinder’s is an attractive brick building, locatedon the south side of Barnsbury Square. In total, the site extends to approximately 0.13 acres (0.05 hectares). The property has industrial features, with large warehouse style windows andexternal hoist front and back with accompanying double doors. Internal featuresinclude exposed, painted brickwork and original structural steel beams andcolumns. The property has a flat roof and includes a ground floor extension to the rear. Main access is from Barnsbury Square, with escape access from a door on the eastside of the building. The property comprises ground, first and second floor accommodation, andextends to approximately 9,316 sq. ft. (865.5 sq. m.) GIA.A more detailed breakdown of the existing accommodation is set out in the tablebelow:LEVELSQ. M. (GIA)SQ. FT. 64TOTAL865.59,316

EXISTING FLOORPLANSNGround FloorFirst FloorSecond FloorGIA - 386.2 sqmNIA - 340.5 sqmGIA - 241.1 sqmNIA - 201.4 sqmGIA - 238.2 sqmNIA - 208.1 sqmNOT TO SCALE. FOR INDICATIVE PURPOSES ONLY.

First floor.Ground floor.First floor.Ground floor meeting room.Rear passage and stairs to terrace.Ground floor.

TOWN PLANNING The property falls within the jurisdiction of the London Borough of Islington. The building is not statutorily Listed, but is situated in the Barnsbury ConservationArea. The existing use of the property falls under Class B1 of the Town & Country Planning(Use Classes) Order 1987.An outstanding development opportunityPrior Approval has been obtained to change the use of the property from office toresidential.Secured on 9th June 2020 (Ref: P2020/1049/PRA): Application for determination whether prior approval isrequired under Class O of Part 3 of Schedule 2 of the Town and Country Planning(General Permitted Development) (Amendment) (England) Order 2015 as amendedfor the conversion from Class B1(a) office use to Class C3 residential use comprisingof 10No. flats.Secured on 17th July 2017 (expiring 17th July 2020) (Ref: P2017/2080/PRA): Prior Approval application for the conversion of theground, first and second floors from B1 office use to C3 residential use comprising 6flats (4x two-bed, 1x three-bed and 1x4-bed unit)Both of the schemes would provide 16 cycle spaces.The proposed developments will not be liable for any CIL, Section 106 contributionsor affordable housing.BOUNDARY LINE INDICATIVE ONLY. NOT TO SCALE.Ordnance Survey Crown Copyright 2020. All Rights Reserved.Licence number 100022432Plotted Scale - 1:1250. Paper Size - A4First floor rear terrace.View from second floor.

First floor rear terrace.PROPOSED RESIDENTIALACCOMMODATIONScheme ref: P2020/1049/PRANet Saleable Areas:UNITFLOORBEDSNSA SQ. M.NSA SQ. FT.Flat 1Ground4-bed1972,120Flat 2Ground3-bed1611,733Flat 31st1-bed45484Flat 41st1-bed50538Flat 51st1-bed56603Flat 61st1-bed50538Flat 72nd1-bed51549Flat 82nd1 bed50538Flat 92nd1-bed56603Flat 102nd1-bed505387668,245TotalScheme ref: P2017/2080/PRANet Saleable Areas:UNITFLOORBEDSNSA SQ. M.NSA SQ. FT.Flat 1Ground3-bed1571,690Flat 2Ground4-bed1922,067Flat 31st2-bed1071,152Flat 41st2-bed1001,076Flat 52nd2-bed1171,259Flat 62nd2-bed1031,1097768,353Total

PROPOSED FLOORPLANS - 10 UNITSNSecond Floor1 x 3 bed apt1 x 4 bed apt4 x 1 bed apt4 x 1 bed aptBedroom 2Bedroom 1Bedroom 1Bedroom 2En-suiteFirst FloorBedroom 3Ground FloorBedroom 1Private GardenBathroomLivingLivingBedroom 1LivingBedroom 1LivingBedroom 4En-suiteBedroom 3Bedroom throomKitchenKitchenKitchenKitchenDiningBathRefuse StoreBedroom 1Living1 Bed2 bed3 BedLiving4 BedLivingBedroom 1LivingLivingBedroom 1LivingBedroom 1NOT TO SCALE. FOR INDICATIVE PURPOSES ONLY.

PROPOSED FLOORPLANS - 6 UNITSNPrior Approval expiring 17th July 2020Second Floor1 x 3 bed apt1 x 4 bed apt2 x 2 bed apt2 x 2 bed aptBedroom 2Bedroom 1Bedroom 1Bedroom 2En-suiteFirst FloorBedroom 3Ground FloorBedroom 1Bedroom 1Bedroom 1Bedroom 1Bedroom 4En-suiteBedroom 3Bedroom 2Bedroom 2Private GardenBathroomEn-suiteStudyBedroom 2En-suiteEn-suiteBathBedroom ivingDiningStorecoatscoatswcRefuse StoreHallHallLivingLivingDining1 Bed2 bed3 Bed4 BedLivingLivingDiningDiningDiningNOT TO SCALE. FOR INDICATIVE PURPOSES ONLY.

Barnsbury Square Garden.ServicesThe property is connected to mains water, gas anddrainage, although these have not been tested. It will be theresponsibility of the purchaser to determine whether thecurrent supplies are adequate for their proposed use of theproperty following purchase.EPCThe EPC rating of the Property is C. Further information isavailable on the dedicated dataroom.TaxationThe property has not been elected for VAT.Tenure & TenanciesThe property is for sale freehold and is held under TitleNumber AGL310744.The property is currently owner occupied and will be soldwith vacant possession.Barnsbury Square Garden.Method of SaleThe property is to be sold by way of Informal tender (unlesssold prior). A deadline for offers will be provided in duecourse.A successful bidder will be required to provide the usualinformation to satisfy the AML requirements when Headsof Terms are agreed.ViewingsThe property may be inspected strictly by appointment onlythrough the Vendor’s sole selling agents, Savills.Further informationA dedicated project dataroom has been set up andinterested parties are able to register for login details

ContactSEAN COOPERSCooper@savills.com020 7409 9948JAMES DONGERJDonger@savills.com020 7016 3841SAPPHY 7409 8802IMPORTANT NOTICESavills, their clients and any joint agents give notice that:1. They are not authorised to make or give any representations or warranties in relation to the property either hereor elsewhere, either on their own behalf or on behalf of their client or otherwise. They assume no responsibility forany statement that may be made in these particulars. These particulars do not form part of any offer or contractand must not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact.2. Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, photographs and plans are for guidance onlyand are not necessarily comprehensive. It should not be assumed that the property has all necessary planning,building regulation or other consents and Savills have not tested any services, equipment or facilities. Purchasersmust satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise.Designed and Produced by Savills Marketing: 020 7499 8644 June 2020

Flat 1 Ground 4-bed 197 2,120 Flat 2 Ground 3-bed 161 1,733 Flat 3 1st 1-bed 45 484 Flat 4 1st 1-bed 50 538 Flat 5 1st 1-bed 56 603 Flat 6 1st 1-bed 50 538 Flat 7 2nd 1-bed 51 549 Flat 8 2nd 1 bed 50 538 Flat 9 2nd 1-bed 56 603 Flat 10 2nd 1-bed 50 538 Total 766 8,245 Scheme ref: P2017/2080/PRA Net Saleable Areas: UNIT FLOOR BEDS NSA SQ. M. NSA .

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