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Hasland Toll Bar former public conveniences

Hasland Toll Bar former public conveniences

Long leasehold for sale

Possible Conversion Opportunity (Subject to obtaining Planning Permission)

Hasland Toll Bar former public conveniences, Hasland Road, Chesterfield, S41 0SJ

Hasland Toll Bar - Property Front View

Size: Approx 20 sqm (216 sqft )

Closing date: Wednesday 31 March 2021


The property is located approximately 2 miles to the south east of Chesterfield Town Centre fronting the B6039 Hasland Road, adjacent the mini roundabout.

Hasland Toll Bar Os Location Map

(Click to see larger A4 PDF - Plans are provided for identification purposes only and are not necessarily to scale..)



Hasland Toll Bar public conveniences were closed in 2016, with alternative wc facilities provided in the adjacent Eastwood Park.

The toilet block provides single storey accommodation measuring approx. 20 sqm(216 sq ft) on a net internal area basis. The toilet block has a flat roof, with rendered front elevation.

External storage or use in Eastwood Park will NOT be permitted and access must be taken from Hasland Road only. Please note there is no external area of the Park included within the disposal and use of the Park will not be permitted.

(Please note all measurements are approximate and given for guidance only and should be checked on site).



Interested parties are recommended to contact the statutory undertakers to satisfy themselves that services are available, suitable and of sufficient capacity for their proposed use.

Please note there is an electrical cupboard which runs from the front of the building to the back and is located in the middle portion of the building. The supply within the cupboard serves the Fair when it visits the Park. If the proposed use requires removal of the electrical supply cupboard, then the prospective applicant will be required to pay for the cost of relocating this supply to a new feeder pillar to be installed outside of the building and within the Park boundary. The estimated cost for this will be approximately £8,000.

Alternatively, if feasible and subject to any proposed conversion plans the applicant may have, the existing electricity supply could be altered by sub-metering it, and making a fixed payment for electricity used per visit by the Fair with new external plug socket(s) to be located in an external box. The cost of these alterations would again need to be borne by the prospective applicant and are estimated at approximately £1000. In this instance, the Council would need to reserve rights to access the cupboard, and take meter readings in order to invoice the Fair.

Please note the estimates quoted are exclusive of VAT and further investigation with the utility company may be required.


Business rates

We have been advised that the Rateable Value for the premises is £1375. Please contact the Council’s Business Rates for further information on the rates payable: Chesterfield Borough Council, Customer Service Centre, PO Box 100, 85 New Square, Chesterfield S40 1SN Tel : 01246 345345



Please note Chesterfield Borough Council has introduced Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) with effect from the 1st April 2016. Under the CIL charging scheme, CIL applies to retail uses A1-A5. There is a standard rate of £80 per sq.m across the Borough, which is subject to index linking.

Chesterfield Borough Council community infrastructure levy: Charging schedule

However, the CIL Regulations do allow for an exemption for minor development (Regulation 42). Liability to CIL does not arise for a development which on completion will be below 100sq.m. We understand in this case on the basis of the floor area, there will be no CIL charge.
For further guidance on CIL including an approximate indication of the levy based on provision of floor areas, please contact Rick Long from Chesterfield Borough Council (01246) 959710.


Fitness for use

The property is offered ‘as seen’ in its existing condition for disposal by way of a 99 year long leasehold interest from a date to be agreed. Fitness for any purpose or use is not guaranteed by the Council and the applicant should make its own enquiries regarding the suitability of its proposed use.
There will be restrictions in the Lease on the use of the building, so that uses that compete with the Council’s activities or services in the adjoining Park are not adversely affected or brought into disrepute. External advertising on the building or railings will not be permitted, neither will external storage or use of the Park in any form whatsoever. Access must be taken from Hasland Road only. A copy of the draft lease can be provided on request. Applicants are advised to read this carefully, to satisfy themselves that their use would be acceptable, before making an offer.


Basis of disposal

Chesterfield Borough Council own the freehold interest of the property. It is registered under Title Number DY450600. A copy of the title is available to download on the Council’s marketing website or upon request.
The site is offered for disposal by way of a 99 year long leasehold interest by informal tender. Offers are invited in excess of £10,000. Please note the Council has not opted to tax on the subject property and therefore VAT is not applicable.



An additional charge of 1% of the agreed price will be made by the Vendor on completion to cover the Council’s legal costs incurred in the disposal.


Viewing and further details

The property can be viewed externally on foot from Hasland Road or from Eastwood Park. Photos of the interior are available on the Council’s marketing website. Due to current lockdown and COVID-19 restrictions, internal viewings will not be conducted.
For further details on the property, please contact:

Linda Martin, Property and Technical Services,
Chesterfield Borough Council
3rd Floor
Town Hall
Rose Hill
S40 1LP

Telephone: 01246 959667


Offer procedure

The site is to be sold by informal tender. Your offer and any supporting information you may wish to include should be submitted to the Council by no later than 12 noon Wednesday 31 March 2021. In order to be considered, offers must be made on the attached tender form. The form should be completed in full, sealed and returned in a plain envelope using the tender label provided. Offers should be marked ‘Strictly Private and Confidential’ for a fixed and specified sum in writing using the offer to the following address:

FAO: Linda Martin
Property and Technical Services
Chesterfield Borough Council
3rd Floor
Town Hall
Rose Hill
S40 1LP

Offers should not relate to any other offer and should include:

  • Fixed sum offer, for an odd sum in order to reduce the chance of identical offers being received.

  • Details of the proposed use including indicative drawings. The proposed use is extremely important, given the property’s location adjacent the Council’s Eastwood Park. Uses that duplicate those in the Park or are detrimental to the Council’s Park will not be considered.

  • Name and address of the purchaser, with a summary of track record/experience of previous developments as appropriate.

  • Proof of funds available for the purchase and/or financial/bank reference.

  • Any conditions relating to the offer eg valuation survey, structural or other conditions.

  • Proposed timescales from receipt of draft documentation to complete exchange of contracts.

  • Solicitor’s details, name, address, telephone number, and email.

Please note any offers that are NOT received in a plain envelope cannot be considered. Any markings on the official envelope that identify the sender will exclude that sender from the tendering process.

Chesterfield Borough Council does not undertake to accept the highest, or indeed any offer received. Any offer is subject to formal Council approval. The Council will contact the successful applicant in writing to confirm that a recommendation to the Council has been made to approve acceptance of an offer. The Council will reserve the right to withdraw the acceptance of an offer if contracts have not been exchanged within 2 months of the issue of draft contract and transfer documentation.

Hasland Toll Bar former public conveniences - sales particulars and offer form 2021 - PDF PDF (PDF 708 KB)
Hasland Toll Bar former public conveniences - sales particulars and offer form 2021 - Word Word (Word 744 KB)



  • No person in the employment of Chesterfield Borough Council has authority to make or give representations or warranties whatsoever in relation to the property.

  • All statements contained within these particulars have been provided in good faith and are understood to be correct. However, they are provided as a general outline only for the guidance of intended purchasers or tenants. Accuracy in respect of all statements cannot be guaranteed and the particulars do not form part of any offer, contract or warranty. Plans included are not necessarily to scale and are for identification purposes only.

  • Whilst every effort is made to ensure all descriptions, dimensions, reference to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation and other details are accurate intending purchasers or tenants should not rely upon them as statements or representations of fact and should satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them.

  • Whilst every effort has been made to ensure accuracy in the presentation of these particulars, prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves that these particulars are still valid.


Register of title

Please note: The registered title and plan refer to the whole of the Council’s freehold interest at Eastwood Park. This disposal relates only to the former public conveniences fronting Hasland Road, which form a small part of this title.

Official copy of register of title - DY450600 - Land at Hasland PDF (PDF 85 KB)


Title plan

Official copy of title plan - DY450600 - Land at Hasland PDF (PDF 262 KB)

Last updated on 04 February 2021