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Report - Killingworth Ammo Bunker - September 2012

Discussion in 'Military Sites' started by Sic, Sep 15, 2013.

  1. Sic

    Sic 28DL Member
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    [MAP][/MAP]This is my first post after introducing myself..I took these pictures back in 2012 and as far as im aware this place still stands. Here is a little background

    Killingworth Stores comprises a former WW2 Ministry of
    Defence depot, which was most recently used as NHS Central
    Stores. The site extends to 15.79 hectares (39 acres), of
    which 0.73 hectares (1.8 acres) was previously used as an
    army cadet training area.
    The developed former central stores area extends to 1.78 ha
    (4.40 acres) and includes a large steel framed building with
    brick infill elevations and corrugated asbestos roof. The
    building has a gross internal area of 3,000 sq m (32,291 sq ft).
    There are a number of ancillary buildings adjacent to larger
    building and hard standing/circulation areas. This area has
    been granted a Permitted Lawful Use Certificate for B8 use.
    To the south of the former stores buildings there are 5
    former ammunition bunkers of concrete construction. The
    former Army Cadet area is located close to the entrance to
    the site incorporating hard standing areas and secured by
    perimeter fencing.
    The remainder of the site is undeveloped and is subject to an
    agricultural tenancy, governed by the Agricultural Holdings
    Act (1986). This allows for termination of the tenancy under
    specific circumstances.




    #1 Sic, Sep 15, 2013
    Last edited: Sep 15, 2013

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