1 to 37 Ac(0.40 to 14.97 Ha)
Price on application

Neats Court Business ParkQueenborough, Kent, ME11 5JS


    Key features

    • Part of the Queenborough and Rushenden regeneration zone
    • Allocation for employment use (offices, retail, hotels etc)
    • Freehold serviced sites available (Site 2C main road frontage)
    • Various sized parcels available from 1 acre, across three sites

    Neats Court forms part of the Queenborough and Rushenden Regeneration Zone, with an allocation for Employment Use.

    About this property

    • The regeneration has so far seen 13 acres developed, including the construction of a 5,310 sqm Morrisons supermarket, a petrol filling station, fast food takeaway and new infrastructure, together with the neighbouring Neats Court Retail Park development now let to Iceland, Poundland, Sports Direct and B&M Stores. The strategic importance of Neats Court Business Park is reinforced by Aldi Stores Ltd’s acquisition of 45 acres for use as a 600,000 sqft regional distribution hub. The Masterplan has Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) status and was adopted on 12 November 2010 (an addendum was adopted on 2 March 2015). It forms part of the Local Development Framework for Swale Borough Council. We are seeking offers in respect of parcels of land (minimum 1 acre) across the following three sites: Site 2A, Site 2B and Site 2C. Please see the sales particulars for full details.

    Local information

    • Neats Court Business Park occupies a prime location within the Thames Gateway, fronting the A249 dual carriageway which provides excellent access direct to the motorway network (M2 Junction 5 and M20 Junction 7 lying 8 miles and 13 miles respectively to the south west). The Sheppey Crossing (opened in 2006) lies just to the south.
    • The nearest train station (Queenborough) provides commuter services to London St Pancras International via Rainham / Sittingbourne in journey times of about 1 hour 15 minutes, with London Victoria and Cannon Street served more regularly in about 1 hr 30 minutes. Lying about 2 miles to the south west are the Medway Towns, estimated to have had a population of over 275,000 in 2015. Kent is the gateway to Europe, with international rail services from Ebbsfleet, Ashford and Folkestone rail services. The deep freight port of Sheerness is within two miles, and Dover Cross Channel services operate about 40 miles to the east.