Commercial properties

Here you will find information about our commercial property in Northumberland.

Here you will find information about the council's commercial property and its management.

Northumberland County Council recognises the importance of the strategic management of its property assets. Property must be used primarily to enable the most efficient provision of services, together with the achievement of strategic objectives. 

Asset management planning performs a key role in developing the council’s ambitions for improvements in service delivery.

A robust asset management plan, subject to continuous review, can assist the pursuit of this by:
  • helping to prioritise decisions on spending
  • ensuring property decisions are consistent with service requirements
  • identifying opportunities for innovation
  • provide a context for evaluating capital projects
  • provide a basis for developing public private partnership
  • identifying assets suitable for investment or disposal
  • identifying opportunities to increase income generation or reduce expenditure
Please write to us at:

Strategic Estates
Northumberland County Council
County Hall
Morpeth
Northumberland
NE61 2EF

Or email:

StrategicEstates@northumberland.gov.uk
If you are interested in enquiring about the ownership of an NCC piece of land or a building, please send your request in writing to StrategicEstates@northumberland.gov.uk.  If possible, please include a plan clearly indicating the land you are interested in.

Or telephone:

01670 622273 and someone will be able to help you.

PLEASE NOTE:

The Council does not hold ownership records of land if it is not owned by NCC.  To find this information you would need to contact the nearest Land Registery Office. 

Details for Land Registery are shown below:

https//www.gov.uk/government/organisations/land-registry 
enquiries@onlinelandregistry.org.uk
Telephone - 0191 301 3500
For information about sites, please contact:

Advance Northumberland
Corporate asset management
Asset Management Plan 2007.pdf 367 KB 25/03/2009 10:00