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New Jaguar Land Rover dealership for Norwich

Broadland Gate Land has sold the first six acres of land at Postwick near Norwich to Inchcape for a new Jaguar Land Rover dealership. Broadland Gate is a strategic employment and retail site extending to 54 acres on the South East side of Norwich, fronting the A47 and the new Northern Distributor Road. Pigeon acts as Development Manager for Read More

Sale of distribution unit in Bury St Edmunds

Following the lease renewal with DHL, Pigeon has sold its 90,000 sq ft high bay distribution unit at Olding Road, Bury St Edmunds. The property was sold to St Edmundsbury Borough Council, occupiers of the adjacent premises. It is an important component in the long term regeneration plan for the town. For more information, William van Cutsem

Planning granted at Tayfen Road, Bury St Edmunds

Outline planning permission has been granted for up to 215 dwellings and a 60 bed care home on a 10.2 acre brownfield site off Tayfen Road in the centre of Bury St Edmunds. Pigeon has assembled the site, which was previously in multiple ownership, over the past six years. Following implementation of a ground remediation plan, the site will be marketed Read More

Sale of land at Burnham on Crouch

Pigeon has sold 50 acres of land at Burnham on Crouch, Essex, with planning permission for 174 homes, to Barratt Homes. It has also acquired a further 27 acres of farmland with long term development potential, and 15 acres of land with planning permission for commercial development; a care home and a nursery site. For more information – James Buxton

“Golden Pigeon” Charity Football Tournament

Pigeon held it’s inaugural “Golden Pigeon” football tournament in October. The 6-a-side football tournament was a fly-away success, and raised £1,500 for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH), whom Pigeon has been supporting for the past two years. Thirteen teams from across the regional house-building industry, a total of 114 players, competed for the trophy. All teams donated a fee to Read More

Strategic Land Acquired at Ipswich

Pigeon has acquired 220 acres of strategic land on the southern edge of Ipswich. Located either side of the A14 between Ipswich and Wherstead village, the land has short and long term development potential for a range of uses. It includes a dry ski slope, woodland and meadows. A phased planning strategy, including residential and commercial uses, Read More

Bury St Edmunds Department Store Acquired

On behalf of the Pigeon East of England Property LP, contracts have been exchanged for the purchase of a 10,000 sqft department store in Bury St Edmunds. The Grade II listed property, formerly the Suffolk Hotel, comprises three floors and occupies a prominent corner location in a prime retail area of the town centre. The property is Read More

Private investor buys Peterborough office for £14 million

The Pigeon East of England Property LP has sold a 70,000 sqft office building in the heart of Peterborough to a private overseas buyer for £13.95million. Thorpe Wood House is currently let to UK utility company Anglian Water Services on an unexpired term of just over 11 years. The property includes 346 car parking spaces and is strategically located for Read More

First phase of Thetford land sold to Hopkins Homes

Contracts have been exchanged for the sale of the first phase of housing land to Hopkins Homes. The land includes 343 plots, a commercial centre and extensive open space. An application for approval of reserved matters will be submitted within the next few weeks, and construction of new houses is expected to commence in Spring 2018. Read More

Sale of land at Hunstanton

Pigeon has sold 17 acres of land on Cromer Road in Hunstanton to Bennett Homes. The Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk granted planning permission for 120 new homes in May 2016. The site is situated on the outskirts of the town within sight of the attractive village of Old Hunstanton. For more information – Read More