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County Council Properties to Let

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The County Council will occasionally have industrial units or offices to let. Please note that Leicestershire County Council is NOT A HOUSING AUTHORITY. Click on the links below for more details or see information on Industrial Units.
District councils may also have various properties, including housing, which are available to let. See other property related sites.

County Council Properties for Sale

For Sale 15-19 Dragwell, Kegworth, Leicestershire.

County Council Industrial Units

Industrial Unit The County Council has a number of Industrial Units available to rent throughout the county. These are situated in Ashby de la Zouch, Coalville, Earl Shilton, Hinckley, Loughborough, Market Harborough, Measham and Narborough. Further details can be obtained by contacting the Property Services Helpdesk on 0116 3055000 or by emailing You can also use our Industrial Enquiry Form to enquire about the availability of industrial land or property in Leicestershire.
Cooperation on economic development is promoted and supported via the Local Enterprise Partnership. In September 2010 the local authorities, business community, universities and other partners agreed to form the Leicester & Leicestershire Enterprise Partnership (LLEP). The LLEP was then approved by HM Government in October 2010.
You can also view the latest industrial units availability list for Leicestershire County Council on the LLEP property search website. Go to Select 'Leicestershire County Council' from the agent list on the page and then click 'Search for properties'.
The LLEP provides a great opportunity for local government, the business community and other partners to come together and lead economic development and regeneration activities to drive forward economic growth.
The LLEP aims to make Leicester and Leicestershire a destination of choice by promoting the area as a place to do business, work and live. The LLEP will provide strategic leadership to deliver sustainable economic growth through investment in enterprise and innovation, employment and skills and infrastructure including transport and housing.
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County Farms

County Farms The County Council owns and manages a 2,910 hectare County Farms estate located throughout the county. The estate comprises let farmland, together with woodlands and areas of significant ecological interest, which enables the County Council to offer opportunities to rent farm properties, safeguard the biodiversity of the county and contribute to matters of rural interest both on a local and national level.
See County Farms for more information and details on farm lettings.

New Buildings

New Buildings
New Buildings
Forest Way
Forest Way
Leicestershire County Council are continuing their commitment to provide 21st century education facilities throughout the county with the building of new schools and extensions to others as part of the Melton reorganisation. This has provided additional facilities at Belvoir High School and at Long field School, Melton. A complete new school has been provided, in two phases at John Ferneley in Melton. A Post 16 facility has also been provided on the site of the old Sarson High School, Melton. Together with this work the new Forest Way special school has been built in Coalville.
All schemes attempt to maximise the advantages of natural light and stack and cross ventilation is controlled by a Building Management System, which is over-ride able by the occupants.  The buildings which has been designed to meet the BB93 acoustic requirements and incorporates a sprinkler system, low emission double glazing, bio mass boiler, occupancy sensing for lighting control as well as zoning for heating & lighting to allow out of hours community use.  Thermal and Daylight modelling was carried out in the early design stages to optimise the location, orientation and height of the structure and associated car park and play areas.
A thorough research, consultation process involved a wide range of stakeholders to arrive at the brief.  Option appraisals and feasibility carried out by a large team of Specialist Consultants refined the proposals which were measured using Design Quality Indicators and method techniques, whole life costing and value management methods.
The council is also undertaking new work to extend primaries in the whole Leicestershire area. This work has commenced as of July 2011 and all schemes are due for completion by March 2012.

Property Related Documents

Corporate Asset Management Plan (CAMP)
The County Council has a responsibility for land, buildings and other assets within the county. In order to deploy and utilise these assets most effectively, the County Council produces a Corporate Asset Management Plan (CAMP).  The CAMP sets the strategic direction for the use, management and development of Leicestershire County Council’s corporate property resources over the next financial year.
The principal role for the asset base is the same as for all other corporate resources: to support and enable the delivery of the Council’s corporate and service objectives and, additionally, to provide the facilities that will be required to meet with future service delivery needs.The CAMP is reviewed and updated annually. To download a copy and for further information see The Corporate Asset Management Plan

Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015
The revised Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (CDM) came into force from 6 April 2015, replacing the 2007 regulations.

County Council Asbestos and Legionella Policies:
  • Asbestos
    Leicestershire County Council’s policy on asbestos management complies with the Control of Asbestos Regulations (2006) and reflects guidance from the Health and Safety Executive. The condition of asbestos is actively managed to ensure that it remains in good condition. Survey updates, in line with HSG264 and annual inspections are carried out. Asbestos is only removed by licensed asbestos removal contractors if its condition is deteriorating or is likely to be disturbed during refurbishment or demolition works. See the Leicestershire County Council's Policy on Asbestos (PDF, 176kb) for more information.
  • Legionella
    Leicestershire County Council’s policy on legionella management complies with the HSE Approved Code of Practice (L8) Legionnaires' disease – The control of legionella bacteria in water systems. See the Leicestershire County Council's Policy on Legionella (PDF, 153kb) for more information.

Temporary or Mobile Classrooms in Leicestershire
The number of temporary or mobile classrooms is asked for frequently in Freedom of Information Requests therefore LCC will publish an annual review each year in April to provide this data.
The number of mobiles and the number of classrooms each one contains are provided in the list.
A temporary or mobile classroom is one which will have an average life span of 25 years.
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Land Disposal Procedure
Local Authorities are generally required to maximise the value of their assets, but recent government policy also stresses the importance of preserving open space for community use. The assessment and disposal procedure is designed to allow Councillors to make an informed choice on whether to maximise income, preserve community assets or reach some compromise between those two standpoints. See the Land Disposal Procedure, agreed on 28th July 2009 by Cabinet, for more information.

Facilities Management

Contact Graham Read, Facilities Manager, on 0116 305 6278 or via email on

Other Property related sites

Other Local Authorities also have property related pages on their websites.  Use the links below to view them:
Blaby District Council - Commercial Property
Charnwood Borough Council - Council Properties
Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council - Commercial Property
Leicester City Council - Commercial Property
Melton Borough Council  - Land and Property
North West Leicestershire District Council - Commercial Property
Oadby and Wigston Borough Council - Business

More Information

If you have any queries about property which is not covered on this website you can make an enquiry by completing the Land or Property Enquiry Form. -including information about land ownership by the County Council.

Page Last Updated: 6 May 2014