On behalf of Brooklands Museum Trust, we were asked to provide our opinion of the current Market Value, for the purpose of existing use, of the freehold interest in the museum which occupies a site of approximately 29 acres in Weybridge, Surrey. It contains a number of buildings and hangers dating back to its time as a motor circuit and aerodrome in the early 1900s. In the mid-war years, the site was used for aircraft manufacture by Vickers.
Famed as the birthplace of British motorsport and aviation, and now the home of a retired Concorde, Brooklands retains some of the iconic steep-banked race track which is now Grade II listed. The site operates as a leisure attraction, exhibiting classic cars and aircraft, and offering educational and function facilities.