Broad Street

This site is currently vacant land with planning permission for potential retail development. The 0.17ha site is prominently located within walking distance of Leek town centre, fronting the main A53 arterial road, adjacent to Halfords and close to Morrisons.

With planning permission for 554 sq m (5,963 sq ft) A1, A2 (financial & professional services), A3 (restaurant), A5 (hot food takeaway) uses and 23+ car parking spaces. The property is available as a whole unit or may be subdivided.

Low Pavement

These adjacent properties are located in the heart of Nottingham’s prime district, surrounded by high-end fashion retailers and restaurants.

11-15 Low Pavement boasts both Georgian and Victorian architecture which Oakgate Group has endeavoured to keep in its original state. These stunning buildings are home to TSB bank and Jo Malone.
12 Pepper Street is located directly behind Low Pavement and is let to Pepper Rocks restaurant. This property is situated over three floors and offers a courtyard as well as a roof terrace.

Stainbeck Lane

Oakgate Group purchased 5 Stainbeck Lane in Chapel Allerton in 2015, which is a Grade II listed 19th Century building and included 4,800 sq ft of vacant commercial space and 4 long leasehold apartments.

Oakgate have obtained planning and undergone careful and sensitive refurbishment works, both internally and externally, to create 2 restaurant/retail units and 2 further apartments.

Stonebow House

This 1960’s building was purchased in the summer of 2015 and Oakgate Group have transformed this major York City Centre building into a stylish mixed-use development

Stonebow House has been given a completely new look, whilst retaining the sound structure and features of the existing building. The redevelopment includes 17 luxury apartments, with 4 penthouses, and 31,500 sq. ft of retail and leisure space.
All apartments are now sold and achieve some of the highest values in the area, and Stonebow House was also shortlisted for the Best Design Project at the Yorkshire Residential Awards 2018.

The commercial tenants include Roxys Ballroom, myDentist and Co-operative Food Store.


The highly anticipated Vangarde development provides York and Monks Cross with a unique and enhanced shopping experience.

The 339,000 sq.ft development is home to the region’s largest Marks & Spencer department store, alongside a 30,000 sq. ft. Next. There are also eight restaurants and kiosks units including Nando’s, Prezzo, Costa, Giraffe and Estabulo, and boasts 1,340 free car parking spaces. Vangarde Shopping Park aims to be one of the most sustainable retail developments in the UK by targeting BREEAM Excellent rating throughout the development. In 2014, one of the department stores achieved BREEAM Outstanding status – the first in the world to be awarded this.

Mark Bourgeois – Chairman of the Awards Jury BCSC – British Council Shopping Centres
“I wanted to write to say how impressed we were with your Vangarde development. Clever planning, a formidable occupier line up, and an environment that really does begin to set new standards for shopping parks. I only wish we’d seen a Newt!”