Commercial Property
£3.25m Morpeth Development Opportunity Comes To Market
The former police station on Castle Bank, Morpeth has come to market for £3.25m, complete with planning permission to develop 32 luxury homes within Morpeth’s town centre.

The former police station on Castle Bank, Morpeth has come to market for a guide price £3.25m, complete with planning permission to develop 32 luxury homes within Morpeth’s town centre.


Neil Hart, Group Managing Director at Bradley Hall, the firm marketing the opportunity, said: “This development offers an extremely rare opportunity to deliver high quality houses and apartments within Morpeth town centre.

“The site benefits from planning permission for 32 dwellings in a mix of high quality houses and apartments. These homes could be ideally suited to the discerning family purchaser or downsizers looking to relocate to this prominent town centre location.

“This is, arguably, the most exciting scheme to come forward in Morpeth in decades.”

Castle Bank is serviced by many local bus routes and the property is only 0.3 miles from Morpeth train station which provides access to Newcastle upon Tyne city centre and Edinburgh. The site comprises land with various buildings which extends to 0.79 hectares (1.96 acres).


The development has been designed to retain the functional relationship between the police station and Morpeth Court House. This has been achieved by ensuring that no part of the development obstructs or interrupts the views between the two buildings.

The development is set to carefully maintain the elegance of the Victorian architecture whilst also incorporating a contemporary addition.

The scheme is said to deliver economic, social and environmental benefits and will encourage the effective reuse of a brownfield site and deliver a high-quality housing development within a sustainable location.


The scheme will enhance the character and appearance of the Morpeth Conservation Area and the setting of the Grade II Listed Morpeth Court House.

The development comes to market during a time of significant redevelopment and investment for the market town, as plans to of the multi-million pound development of the town’s leisure centre have also been announced.

In assocation with Bradley Hall Chartered Surveyors and Estate Agents
Posted 28th March 2022

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