Birmingham medical centre going under the hammer

The opportunity to develop a large former medical centre in Birmingham subject to planning permission is coming up at Bond Wolfe’s next livestreamed auction on Thursday 19 May.

What used to be the Newtown Health Clinic at 171 Melbourne Avenue in Lozells will appear with a guide price £595,000+.

The property has an interior extending to around 8,845 sq ft and sits on a plot measuring around 0.35 of an acre, including a secure car park for approximately 12 cars to the north of the building.

Ian Tudor, joint managing director, auctions at Bond Wolfe, said: “This freehold former medical centre could be suitable for a wide variety of uses including medical, assisted living, as a community centre or for complete redevelopment, all subject to planning permission.

“The building is predominantly single storey and partly two-storey and currently contains a range of consulting rooms, offices, reception area and staff facilities.

“The site is a rectangular shaped plot and is secured by a perimeter fence, conveniently located approximately one mile north of Birmingham city centre and within close proximity to the Jewellery Quarter and Five Ways.

“The property is set back from Wheeler Street adjacent to Burbury Park and is accessed via Melbourne Avenue, with excellent access to the Midlands motorway network via the nearby A38 (M).”

The former medical centre is among 161 lots that will appear in Bond Wolfe’s next auction which starts at 9am on Thursday 19 May. The auction will be livestreamed via Bond Wolfe’s website with remote bidding by proxy, telephone or internet only.

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