Rare waterside development opportunityAbility to create moorings, dry stack, residential development, commercial developmentWater accessStunning character buildings
Haslar Gunboat Yard and Marina is a historic site previously used to house and repair British gunboats between 1856-1906. The site comprises a series of original iron sheds for housing the gunboats and has water access on to Haslar Lake, which ultimately leads out via Haslar Marina into Portsmouth Harbour and out into the Solent.
The site has potential for multiple income streams ranging from wet moorings, dry stack undercover storage/workshops, residential and commercial development and open storage. The site is of historical importance and has a scheduled ancient monument, Grade I Listed Building, Grade II* Listed wall. Plans and planning have been investigated and further details can be provided upon request.
Haslar Gunboat Yard & Marina is situated opposite the formal Royal Haslar Hospital site on the northern side of Haslar Road. Haslar Road travels north east towards Haslar Marina.
Gosport Town Centre is approximately 1 mile away to the east, and Alverstoke, Lee-on-the-Solent and Fareham are situated a few miles to the west via the Haslar Road. The M27 is situated approximately 8 miles to the north and access is either via Newgate Lane or the A32.
The M27 gives access westbound towards Southampton, approximately 23 miles, and the M3 heading northbound towards London. The M27 heads eastbound towards Portsmouth, approximately 15 miles, continues towards Havant and leads northbound up the A3 towards Guildford and London.
The site is available at a price available upon request. Further information on the site can be sent upon request.
Business rates to be reassessed - for further information please contact Gosport Borough Council.
Each party to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in the transaction.