The estates team is responsible for managing the council’s diverse property and land portfolio ranging from schools and community buildings to industrial properties and county farms holdings. This page provides information on the properties which the council has for sale and to let in the Monmouthshire area.
The council currently has a selection of industrial and retail properties to rent, as well as sites available for sale.
Property for rent
The council has a selection of properties which become available to let.These include units at our four industrial estates, three of these are in Caldicot and the fourth in Raglan. Units range in size between 450 sq ft and 2,000 sq ft (41 sq metres and 185 sq metres).
The council also has retail premises in Monmouth, Abergavenny, Goetre, Chepstow and Caldicot, which occasionally become available for rent.
For further details of the properties available to let from the council please see the downloads below or contact us on 01633 644 417 or email@example.com
Property for sale
The council has a programme of disposals of land and buildings; for further details please contact us on 01633 644 417 or firstname.lastname@example.org
County Farm Holdings
The Estates team is responsible for the management of the Council’s County Farms holdings. These consist of farm, bare land and woodland holdings. While farm holdings do not become available for re-letting very often we do have a waiting list. If you are interested please contact Ben Winstanley or Gareth King on 01633 644417 or email email@example.com
Monmouthshire County Council maintains a register of industrial land in the county available for development for employment purposes.
Monmouthshire is the first county in Wales, with access to both Severn bridges. It is strategically located on the M4 corridor offering easy access to London and the south east, and the A40/A449 to the Midlands and the north.
The Economic Development Strategy for Monmouthshire recognises this strategic role that the County plays in the Welsh economy and embodies this in its vision statement.
The strategy is to encourage the take up of allocated development sites and an action specifically requires the production of this Industrial Land Register.
The Unitary Development Plan for Monmouthshire (June 2006) identified 90 hectares of land on 21 sites. The County has seen significant development of industrial land over the past few years and now the current industrial land availability stands at 65 hectares on 11 sites.
This register has been produced to provide a comprehensive database of information relating to the allocated industrial development sites within the County. It has been prepared from the best sources of information available at March 2008. However this information may well change during the life of this document. It is intended to carry out a full review of the information annually.
The full land register is available on request from the business development officer firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01633 644841