Strategic Offshore Property


Shurdington, Gloucestershire, UK

Shurdington is our fastest selling Strategic Land Site in the 13 year history of SJ Capital Group. There are only a few plots left. To maintain this phenomenal record we are offering the last few plots at £9,900/300sq.m. Furthermore, for ZAR transactions we will lock in a Forex Discount equivalent to R18.00/£.

Shurdington Quick Facts

Quick Facts

Shurdington Phase Breakdown


Shurdington Aerial View


Shurdington Location


Site Information

Our latest strategic land investment site is located on the eastern edge of Shurdington, a strategically important village in the Tewkesbury district of Gloucestershire. On successful allocation of the site for residential use, it is projected that investors will enjoy a close to 300% return over a 3 - 4 year period. This equates to an approximately 27% annualized return.

The site is located directly adjacent to the south eastern boundary of Shurdington and is approximately 16 acres in size. The site is level and is currently used for grazing and informal equestrian use with access off Badgeworth Lane. Shurdington is a strategically important settlement located between the towns of Gloucester and Cheltenham.

Our Planning Department Comments

Latest Planning Update

Tewkesbury Local Plan is currently under examination as part of a Joint Local Plan with neighbouring authorities, Cheltenham and Gloucester. Tewkesbury is required to contribute a minimum of 9,899 dwellings towards a total joing plan target of just over 35,000 homes. Tewkesbury's local plan has an over reliance on cross boundary sites which, in combination of with their historical deficit, means their plan will fail to deliver sufficient housing.

The regulation 19 pre-submission consultation commenced in November 2019 at which representations were made in support of our site being suitable for inclusion once the plan is found to have failed. Submission of the Local Plan for examination is due to occur at the end of February 2020. We will continue to make the necessary submissions and representations to ensure consideration for inclusion during the course of the examination which is scheduled to take most of 2020.

We expect to have further feedback in August 2020.