Council land & property

The council owns a portfolio of buildings and land throughout the borough and over time some of them become surplus to requirements or vacant and available for letting.

The properties we market range from industrial units and commercial properties to houses, garages, small parcels of land. Some may offer redevelopment opportunities. These assets are usually sold or let on the open market by tender or auction to enable all interested parties the opportunity to submit offers; this process enables the council to generate capital receipts under its approved policies to obtain 'best value'.

Council assets

None available - if you have any queries please email: assetmanagement@slough.gov.uk

Properties for sale

None available.

Plant and equipment auction/tender

None available.

Retail property to let

Details are available from:
Collier CRE, Mr Amit Lamba on 01895 457 710
Address: Highbridge House, 93-96 Oxford Rd, Uxbridge, UB8 1LU
email: amit.lamba@colliers.com

Industrial/workshops

Please note that these premises are fully occupied at present but leases are short term and some include breaks. For all enquiries please email: assetmanagement@slough.gov.uk.

Properties to let, others

  • St Martins Place and The Centre

Residential premises including land/sites for sale

None for sale  

Forthcoming properties for sale

The Council assets list has been removed while it is being updated.

The disposal process

Sometimes after properties have been declared surplus, due to the need to for due diligence in preparing assets for disposal, often other work is involved; for example, securing vacant possession, obtaining planning permissions, resolution of boundary disputes, resolving title issues and procuring survey reports (asbestos, energy reports etc as appropriate or required by statute).

The Council reserves the right to dispose of certain types of property assets direct to third parties. For example sitting tenants and adjoining owners (only where they are considered to be special purchasers) and when it is satisfied this action is in the best interests of the Council.

Slough Borough Council’s Asset Management Plan (AMP) and Capital Strategy (CS) 2011 – 2016 are important documents in supporting the Council’s approach to property assets. They are integral to the Council’s service delivery, regeneration projects and community initiatives.

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