2 - 4 Colton Street, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE1 1QA

Development and Land
19671 Sq Ft
(1827.44 Sq M)
  • Planning for 68 student apartments granted
  • Located in Leicester City, 5 mins walk from Train/Bus Station.
  • Potentially suitable for private residential (stp)
  • Character building
  • Planning drawings available
Colton Street is situated in Leicester City Centre, and accessed off Rutland Street. Colton Street is approximately 5 minutes walk to the Highcross Shopping Centre and 5 minutes walk to the Mainline Train Station and Cities Bus station. The City is centrally located within the UK and has excellent access onto the M1 motorway with J21 & J22 lying between 3 and 8 miles to the southwest and northwest respectively. J21 of the M1 also forms the intersection with the M69 motorway. London is some 99 mile away and just over 1 hours travel on the main Sheffield to London St Pancras line.
The property forms a former five storey office premises with large open plan floorplates. The site currently has planning for 68 student apartments (Ref No. 20181815). It is also believed that the site would get planning for 39 private residential apartments - copies of the Planning permission and floorplans can be obtained through the agent.

The scheme which has been passed for planning allows for a further two floors to be constructed on top of the existing building.
Strictly by appointment through the sole agents, APB
Paula Chambers
Tel: 0116 254 0382
Email: pc@apbleicester.co.uk
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