• 52,497 sq ft / 4,877.10 sq m • Excellent distribution location with direct access to Junction 18 M5 • Potential to redevelop part of the warehouse to increase yard area. • Ground level loading doors to all sides of the building. • Self-contained site • Separate car park to front elevation • Located within 6 miles from M4 / M5 interchange
Former Park Furnishings Unit, Second Way, Avonmouth
Type: Farm, Commercial Land
Second Way, Avonmouth, Bristol, BS118EFGBBristolCity of BristolBS11 8HTAccess 18
Kingsley Court occupies a commanding position with views over Bideford Bay towards Saunton Sands. The property was constructed over 100 years ago specifically for retired servicemen from India.
A legal covenant on the property restricts the occupation of the flats to people who are 55 years or over.
The property comprises an attractive Victorian building with 25 self-contained flats of which 17 are let to tenants on assured shorthold tenancies whilst the remainder are let on a long leasehold basis. All the flats offer one bedroom accommodation with the exception of Flat 27 located on the 4th floor which comprises two bedrooms. The communal areas are in excellent order and provide residents with a visitors flat on the second floor and a laundry room on the ground floor. The property is accessed from both Kingsley Road and Atlantic Way. A lift services all floors. The car parking area for about 15 vehicles is accessed from Atlantic Way.
The house manager’s office is situated on the fourth floor. The house manager also lives on the premises within one of the flats.
The property is not listed.
The freeholders have first refusal to purchase the remaining 8 long leasehold flats. If they decide not to buy then vendor must transfer 1% of the sale price into the service charge fund.
• Former agricultural land with planning consent for up to 250 dwellings • 25.53 acres (10.33 hectares) Gross Approx • For sale by Private Treaty • Offers invited on a conditional or unconditional basis
For Sale - Residential Development Opportunity
Type: Land, Residential, Commercial Land, Other Property Types & Opportunities
The imposing Grade II listed hall dates back to 1791 and has been used as a single residence but more recently as commercial offices for the current owner.
The property sits on the ridge within the Bourton on Dunsmore village with imposing views over Draycote water reservoir and the surrounding villages. The hall itself sits in 15.8 acres or 6.4 hectares, which comprise lawn areas with mature planting, orchards, former kitchen garden and paddocks.
In addition to the hall, there is also a substantial stable block that has been converted into self-contained office suites to the north west of the principal building. This additional commercial element is accessed by its own dedicated road and has car parking adjacent to the stables.
We are informed that the offices are let on short-term commercial leases, which are excluded from the Landlord & Tenant Act 1954. The full tenancy schedule, copy leases and the rent role are available on request.
Type: Offices, Office
Bourton on Dunsmore, Rugby, Warwickshire, CV23 9QZGBRugbyWarwickshireCV23 9QZ1
Garrison Property are delighted to offer this A1 International Supermarket lease for sale located in the popular area of East Ham. The property is located on the busy Romford Road, with numerous retail premises, restaurants and residential properties all in close proximity. Due to this location we envisage a quick sale. The property is also located close to Manor Park and Woodgrange Park train stations and numerous bus routes pass through the area.
The subject property is currently trading as international supermarket but would suit a variety of uses. The property benefits from having a storage facilities out the back and WC.
The property also has potential to come with the 3 bedroom flat/2 bedroom flat above on a separate lease and they looking for £1,500 PCM for this.
Rent: £12,000 Premium: £80,000 Lease: 10 years (Open)
Total shop size (Approx)
475 sq ft
Please ensure you contact Garrison Property today to arrange a viewing.
A1 International Supermarket lease for sale located in the popular area of East Ham
Type: Retail, General Retail, Retail - High Street
The property is situated in Merthyr Tydfil town centre, close to both Beacons Place and St Tydfil Shopping Centre. A Tesco superstore is within a 2 minute walk along with Merthyr Tydfil’s only train station. Notable occupiers in close proximity include The Post Office, NatWest bank, Thomson travel and Tenovus charity. The property comprises a ground floor retail unit with storage, WC and kitchenette. There is a small staircase and ramp towards the rear sales area. The property benefits from rear access and a small goods area, which is accessed through a nearby lane.
Unit A, Post Office Buildings, John Street, Merthyr Tydfil, CF47 0AE
Type: Retail, General Retail, Retail - High Street
A Post Office Buildings, John Street, Merthyr Tydfil, CF47 0AEGBMerthyr TydfilMid GlamorganCF47 0AEA, John Street
Location The site is located on the north eastern edge of Langho with frontage onto Longsight Road (A59) being the main arterial route from Preston and the M6 connecting with Harrogate. Preston and junction 30 of the M6 lie approximately 11 and 9 miles (15 minutes) to the west, whilst Clitheroe and Whalley lie approximately 5 and 2 miles to the north east respectively. Langho is a well connected rural village on the Ribble Valley train line with Langho station being located immediately adjacent. The village benefits from 2 primary schools, along with a range of local shops and facilities and secondary schools within the immediate vicinity, thus proving popular for commuting families. Description The site extends to a gross area of approximately 5.3 hectares (13.1 acres). The site is greenfield and used as grazing land. Services All mains services are available within Longsight and Northcote Road. Further information is contained within the technical pack. Tenure Freehold with the benefit of vacant possession. Planning The site has the benefit of an outline planning permission for the development of 18 dwellings comprising 13 executive detached houses and substantial plots together with 5 affordable homes (30%). Planning permission was granted on the 9th July 2015, reference 3/2015/0010 subject to a Section 106 Agreement. Further information is contained within the technical pack, available on request. Technical information In the first instance interested parties are requested to formally register with Eckersley, who will thereafter provide a link to download the technical pack or alternatively this can be provided on disc. The technical information includes but is not limited to the following: 1. Decision notice 2. S106 agreement 3. Phase 2 ground investigation and utility report 4. Topographical survey 5. Approved masterplan Method of Sale Conditional or unconditional offers are invited for the freehold interest by way of private treaty. Proposals Proposals are encouraged on either the existing scheme or alternative scheme arrangements. We request that any conditions are clearly stated with the selected party being given the opportunity to conclude investigations before finalising a net payable figure. VAT The Vendor reserves the right to charge VAT on the purchase price.
Land off Longsight Road, Langho, Nr Clitheroe, Lancashire
Location The site is situated immediately adjacent to Garstang Golf Club in the popular residential suburb of Catterall, 1.5 miles South of Garstang. Access is from Nightingale Way off Catterall Gates Lane which connects with Garstang Road (B6430). The location provides an attractive position whilst offering easy access to Garstang and the excellent range of amenities the town offers. Furthermore access to the M6 motorway is via junctions 32 & 33 to the South and North. Description A triangular level piece of land extending to a gross site area of approximately 0.59 hectares (1.46 acres). Please note that adjacent land is also available extending to approximately 2.77 hectares (6.84 acres). This additional land benefits from a restrictive covenant which prohibits development for any use other than residential or office development or agricultural use. Services It is understood that all mains services are available to the site to include electricity, gas, water & drainage. Tenure Freehold. Planning The site has the benefit of outline planning permission for the development of 9 dwelling houses. Planning permission was granted on the 11th November 2014, reference APP/U2370/A/14/2222905. Further information is available within the technical pack, however, interested parties are invited to make their own enquiries in relation to planning matters via the local Planning Authority, Wyre Borough Council – 01253 891000. Technical Information In the first instance parties are requested to formally register their interest with Eckersley, who will thereafter provide an electronic link to download the technical pack or alternatively this can be provided on disc. The technical information includes but is not limited to the following: 1. Decision notices/appeal decisions 2. Ecological noise assessment 3. Land contamination assessment 4. Noise assessment 5. Flood risk assessment 6. Drainage strategy 7. Transport statement 8. Site layout plan 9. Title information 10. Additional land Method of sale Offers are invited for the freehold interest. Proposals Our clients will consider both unconditional and conditional offers subject to their conditions and merits. A schedule of assumptions will be required so that offers can be considered. Photographs and Plans Any photographs and/or plans with these particulars are indicative and for identification purposes only and should not be relied upon. VAT We understand that the purchase price will not be subject to VAT.
Residential Land Off Nightingale Way, Catterall Gates Lane, Catterall Nr Garstang
Type: Land, Commercial Land
Nightingale Way, Preston, PR3 1TQGBPrestonLancashirePR3 1TQNightingale Way
Location The site is situated at the junction of Croft Butts Lane and Naze Lane within a predominantly residential area, positioned to the south of Freckleton. Freckleton is located off the A584 which links Preston to Lytham within approximately one mile of British Aerospace together with a range of local amenities including primary schools, retail and leisure facilities. Description A generally level ‘L’ shaped site being a former industrial estate comprising a range of Nissen Huts and other out buildings. The gross site area extends to approximately 0.48 hectares (1.185 acres). Its approximate boundaries are delineated in red on the attached site plan. Services It is understood that mains services are provided to the site including electricity, gas, water and drainage. We advise that interest parties make their own enquiries in this regard, particularly in relation to capacities. Tenure The site is understood to be freehold. Planning Given the historic use of the site for employment uses, we understand the site and premises will have a planning permission generally falling within Classes B1, B2 and B8 of the Use Classes Order 1987. Enquiries have, however, been made of Fylde Borough Council by way of a pre-application meeting where the principal of residential development is considered acceptable. Further information is available within the information pack and interested parties are invited to make their own enquiries via the local Planning Authority, Fylde Borough Council (Tel. 01253 658658). Method of Sale Conditional offers are invited for the freehold interest with the timescale for offers to be confirmed in due course (if appropriate). We would request that any conditions are clearly stated with the selected party being given the opportunity to undertake investigations before finalising a net payable figure. Photographs and Plans All photographs and plans included within these particulars are for indicative purposes only and should not be relied upon. Further Information Interested parties should register their interest with Eckersley who can provide the following information: 1. Location / Site Plan 2. Pre-application submission 3. Indicative layout submitted with preapplication 4. Alternative layout plans 5. Ecological survey 6. Topographical survey 7. Pre-application response from Fylde Borough Council VAT We understand that the purchase price will not be subject to VAT. Legal Costs Each party to be responsible for their own costs incurred in this transaction.
Former Quernmore Industrial Estate, Croft Butts, Lane Freckleton
Type: Land, Commercial Land
Former Quernmore Industrial Estate, Croft Butts Lane, Preston, PR4 1RBGBPrestonLancashirePR4 1RBCroft Butts Lane
Location The sites are prominently situated adjacent to the Tesco Extra Store which fronts the junction of Scarisbrick New Road/Southport Road (A570) and Town Lane at Kew on the edge of Southport town centre. The locality accommodates much of Southport’s out-of-town retail offer with Meols Cop and Kew Retail Parks being located opposite these development opportunities. Other retail occupiers located nearby include McDonalds and B & Q. The wider vicinity comprises a mix of both residential and commercial land uses with Southport and Formby District General Hospital also situated close by. Description This opportunity comprises two separate parcels of land suitable for development for a wide range of commercial uses, subject to obtaining planning consent. The plots benefit from prominent locations adjacent to the Tesco Extra Store at Kew and enjoy visibility from Scarisbrick New Road (A570). One plot is situated directly fronting Scarisbrick New Road/Southport Road, adjacent to McDonalds Restaurant and Drive-thru, whilst the larger plot is located immediately adjoining Tesco’s customer car park. Site Areas The plots extend to the following approximate areas: Plot 1 (front island site): 0.41 Ha (1 Acre) Plot 2 (adjacent car park): 1 Ha (2.5 Acres) Services All mains services are available in the vicinity of the site as far as we can ascertain. Interested parties must however, rely upon their own enquiries of the relevant service providers and upon their own investigations as to the adequacy of supplies. Planning Overview It is believed that the site has potential for a range of commercial uses that could be retail, leisure or business orientated. Interested parties should however, make their own planning related enquiries directly to the local planning authority, Sefton Council on 0151 934 3568. Tenure The property is understood to be freehold. Asking Price Offers are invited on either a conditional or unconditional basis. Plans and Photographs Any photographs and/or plans provided with these property details are for indicative purposes only and should not therefore, be relied upon. Legal Costs Each party will bear their own legal costs incurred in the transaction. VAT Any purchase of the land will be subject to VAT at the standard rate. Further Information Some additional information, as detailed below, is available on request: Environmental Investigations Title Information Highways Search Plan of proposed route of United Utilities easement
Scarisbrick New Road, Southport
Type: Land, Commercial Land
Scarisbrick New Road, Southport, PR8 5HWGBSouthportMerseysidePR8 5HWScarisbrick New Road
Location The site & premises are well located providing easy access to Bamber Bridge town centre and the amenities it offers whilst also providing excellent communications to the motorway network with the M6, M61 and M65 motorway intersection located immediately to the South. Description The property comprises of 2 semi detached warehouse units being of steel portal frame construction surmounted by profile steel clad walls beneath mixed cementatious and profile clad roofs. The units provide eaves heights of 5.6 and 8.2m respectively including office accommodation and staff amenity areas predominantly within units 1 & 2. Access to the premises is provided via 4 roller shutter doors from the palisaded concrete yard area. The site benefits from 3 entrances thus providing the ability to subdivide the accommodation. Accommodation We have estimated the gross internal floor areas as follows: m² ft² Warehouse (Original unit) 1,375 14,801 Offices 815 8,773 Units 1 & 2 total 2,190 23,574 Warehouse (Higher bay) 1,725 18,568 Offices 74 796 Units 3 & 4 total 1,799 19,364 Total (1 – 4) 3,989 42,938 We have estimated that the gross site area extends to approximately 1.44 hectares (3.55 acres). The batching plant occupies circa 0.32 hectares (0.8 acres). Rating The premises each have rateable values of £145,000 (Main premises & site) & £33,500 (Batching Plant). Interested parties are, however, advised to make their own separate enquiries with South Ribble Borough Council (tel. 01772 421491). Tenure The site and premises are available freehold, subject to a lease on part of the site (as delineated in blue) to Hanson Quarry Products Europe Ltd for the remainder of 25 years w.e.f 24th July 1991 at a passing rent of £12,000 per annum, exclusive. Discussions are progressing with Hanson in regard to the lease expiry. Planning We understand that the premises benefit from planning permission generally within Class B8 of the Use Classes Order 2005. We are also advised that the site benefits from an extant consent for the erection of an additional 1,858 m² (20,000 ft²). Interested parties should make their own enquiries via the Local Planning Authority, South Ribble Borough Council (01772 421491). Terms Price Upon Application. Consideration may be given to the agreement of leasehold terms on part or the remainder of the site (excluding Hansons) on terms to be agreed. Furthermore consideration may be given to a sale and leaseback of circa 1,858 m² (20,000 ft²) to the Whittle Group Ltd on terms to be agreed Legal Costs Each party to be responsible for their own costs incurred in this transaction. VAT All prices quoted within these particulars are subject to VAT at the prevailing rate.
Location The site is located to the east of Lea Lane close to its junction with Darkinson Lane in the Lea Town area of Preston, approximately 4 miles to the north west of the City Centre. The hamlet is served by local country roads as well as Lea Lane linking to the established Preston residential suburb of Lea. The immediate surrounding area comprises predominantly of agricultural fields, with ribbon residential development along Darkinson Lane. Description A rectangular parcel of land to the south of the Smiths Arms. The site extends to approximately 0.35 hectares (0.86 acres) and includes an area of land adjacent to the pub used as a grazing paddock. The site has a relatively flat topography. Services It is understood that all mains services are available or in the vicinity of the site including electricity, water and gas. Planning The site has the benefit of an outline planning permission for the development of 6 residential units. Planning permission was granted on 14 July 2016 reference no. 06/2016/0419. The consent which is subject to conditions provides for a mix of 2 semi-detached properties and 4 detached properties with an access to be taken from Lea Lane. The development of the land will be subject to Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). Interested parties are advised, however, to make their own enquiries with the local planning department at Preston City Council (tel. 01772 906912) both in respect of any proposed development and CIL liability. Tenure Understood to be freehold. Method of Sale Offers are invited for the freehold interest. Interested parties should submit their offer stating clearly any conditions and supporting their proposal with an indicative scheme plan by 22 September 2016. All offers must take into account the items identified within the outline planning permission. Photographs and Plans Any photographs and plans incorporated within these sales particulars are indicative only and therefore should not be relied upon. Additional Information To assist with clarity, any offer should include the list of abnormal development costs items taking into account within the offer (if any) and the list of items that may be subsequently deducted from the offer price. Offers can be made subject to conditions but such conditions should be clearly stated. The chosen party will be given the opportunity to conclude investigations with a view to arriving at a net payable offer. Any proposal to increase the density of development will be subject to an overage provision within the legal agreement. VAT The Vendor reserves the right to charge VAT on the purchase price. Legal Costs Each party to be responsible for their own legal costs associated with this transaction.
Land adjoining the Smiths Arms, Lea Lane, Lea Town, Preston
Type: Residential, Land, Other Property Types & Opportunities, Commercial Land
The Smiths Arms, Lea Lane, Preston, PR4 0RPGBPrestonLancashirePR4 0RPLea Lane
The property comprises a single storey detached retail premises in a highly prominent position. There is a sales area to the front with office and storage accommodation to the rear. The unit has a suspended ceiling incorporating Cat. II lighting and carpeted flooring. In addition there is a basement which has been tanked and provides further usable accommodation together with a kitchen and w.c. facilities. On either side of the building there is an advertising hoarding which currently produces an income of £3,500 per annum. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 375 )
366-368, Ashton New Road, Manchester, M11 3DL
Type: Retail - High Street, Retail
366-368, Ashton New Road, Manchester, M11 3DLGBManchester, ManchesterLancashireM11 3DL366-368, Ashton New Road
Location The premises are situated fronting Regent Street close to its’ junction with Ribblesdale Place in the centre of Preston. The property is located on the edge of the City’s professional business district yet the vicinity comprises a mix of both commercial and residential land uses. The main bus and train stations are located within a short distance whilst the main retail thoroughfare of Fishergate is only a short walk away. Avenham Park is also located close by offering easy access to leisure amenities. Description The property comprises an extensive Grade II* Listed building, originally constructed between 1846 and 1849, being of traditional stone construction beneath a slate roof covering incorporating glass rooflights. The original building benefits from an imposing pedimented entrance with recessed porch approached via a raised terraced entrance from Avenham Lane. The premises were added to at the rear in the late 19th century creating Regent House which benefits from its’ own entrance from Regent Street. Whilst currently interlinked the two elements of the property can be separated. The property extends over two storeys together with extensive basement and attic and provides a mix of open plan and cellular accommodation which has, most recently, been used for education purposes. The building may prove suitable for a variety of uses, subject to obtaining any necessary planning consent. Accommodation The premises extend to the following approximate Gross Internal Areas (GIA): m² ft² Basement 673.1 7,245 Ground 552.5 5,947 First 428.1 4,608 Second 111.4 1,199 Total 1,765.1 18,999 Harris Institute 1,426 15,349 Regent House 339.1 3,650 Planning It is understood that the property presently has a permitted use under Class D1 (Non Residential Institutions) of the Use Classes Order 2010 having previously been used for educational purposes. Interested parties should make their own enquiries of the local planning authority, Preston City Council, on 01772 906912. The property is Grade II* Listed (Council Listing Reference 941-1/14/5) so enquiries should be made of the local planning authority in relation to any refurbishment or redevelopment proposals for the building. Rating Assessment The premises are described as University and Premises in the Rating List and currently have a Rateable Value of £22,750. Interested parties should however, make their own enquiries of Preston City Council (tel 01772 906972). Tenure It is understood the property is freehold. Our clients may also consider letting the property, subject to the terms agreed. Please contact Eckersley to discuss this further. Asking Price Whole Building £650,000 Harris Institute £490,000 Regent House £240,000 VAT All prices are quoted exclusive of, but may be subject to, VAT at the standard rate where applicable. Legal Fees Each party will bear their own costs incurred in this transaction. Photographs and Plans All photographs and plans provided within these particulars are indicative and for information purposes only and should not be relied upon.
Harris Institute, Avenham Lane, Preston, Lancashire
Type: Retail, Leisure, Mixed Use, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Harris Institute, Avenham Lane, Preston, PR1 3TSGBPrestonLancashirePR1 3TSAvenham Lane
Location The former public buildings are located in a profile location on Clifton Drive South in St Annes centre. The buildings are located within a mixed use area, opposite the Marks & Spencer Simply Food store with adjoining properties comprising a range of hotels, offices and residential uses. The site is located close to the town centre amenities and public transport links including St Annes Railway Station which is within ½ mile whilst Blackpool Airport lies 1 mile to the North. Description The site extends to 0.344 hectares (0.85 acres) and consists of two former public buildings as follows: 288/290 Clifton Drive South Former 2-storey offices of brick and slate construction extending to an approximate gross floor area of 380 m² (4,090 ft²) plus cellar. 292/294 Clifton Drive South Former municipal buildings dating from 1900 and comprising an elegant 2-storey listed property of brick and slate construction extending to an approximate gross floor area of 778 m² (8,374 ft²) plus cellar. The properties also benefit from sizeable car parking to the front and rear. Services It is understood that all mains services are available to the site/premises including electricity, gas, water and drainage. Please refer to the technical pack for further information, otherwise interested parties should make their own enquiries. Rating Assessment The premises have a Rateable Value of £30,250. Interested parties are, however, advised to make their own enquiries with Fylde Borough Council (tel. 01253 658658). Planning The property is located within the St Anne’s settlement boundary directly adjacent to St Anne’s town centre and the Wood Street ‘food and drink area’. The site benefits from outline planning consent (10/0681 & 10/0682) for the partial demolition/new development of A2/A3 units in addition to 14 residential apartments with associated parking and landscaping. 292/294 Clifton Drive South are Grade II listed, although consent has been secured for the demolition of the rear section as part of the consented scheme. It is generally considered that the appropriate uses include open A1 retail, A2, A3, B1(a), C1, C2, D1 in addition to any Sui Generis uses which reflect the characteristics of the said use classes. The consented scheme and guidance above is indicative only and therefore interested parties should make their own separate enquiries of the Planning Department of Fylde Borough Council (contact Paul Rossington Tel: 01253 658457). Tenure The site is held long leasehold being the remainder of 1100 year leases from 1874 subject to a nominal ground rent. An in principal agreement has been reached with the freeholder to consent to redevelopment. Method of Sale Offers over £750,000. Subject to a proposed scheme for consideration by the council. Professional Fees The purchaser will be responsible for meeting the Vendors legal and surveyors fees in connection with this transaction.
Former Public Offices, 288 - 294 Clifton, Drive South, St Annes on Sea
Type: Mixed use, Other Property Types & Opportunities
288-294 Clifton Drive South, Lytham St. Annes, FY8 1LHGBLytham St. AnnesLancashireFY8 1LH288-294, Clifton Drive South
Whitehawk Clinic comprises a two storey detached property with D1 clinic and health centre use. Internally, the property is currently configured as a number of consulting rooms and with office accommodation to the first floor. There is a separate ramp access provided to the front. The rear garden can be accessed through a public footpath to the north of the property. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 12778 )
Location The property is situated on Beaufort Avenue very close to Queens Promenade (A584) and Red Bank Road which provides easy access to Blackpool and the surrounding areas together with a good range of local amenities being within walking distance. The immediate location is predominantly residential. Description A former methodist church being of brick construction beneath mixed pitched and flat roofs. The accommodation is arranged over two levels in three distinct compartments following the phased extensions of the original church. The accommodation comprises the main entrance/foyer, church hall, assorted offices and stores, kitchen and canteen, day care centre/creche in addition to ancillary facilities. To the rear is a substantial car park area with approximately 40 spaces being delineated. The site benefits from dual access both from Beaufort and England Avenue. Services We understand that all mains services are available to the premises including mains electricity, gas, water and drainage. Accommodation We have estimated the gross internal floor areas as follows:- m² ft² Ground floor entrance, foyer etc 160 1,722 Main church 195 2,099 Extendable area 48 517 Upper ground floor 138 1,485 Lower ground floor 132 1,421 Rear upper ground floor 242 2,605 Rear lower ground floor 242 2,605 Total 1,157 12,454 We have estimated that the gross site area extends to approximately 0.25 hectares (0.64 acres). Planning The property has always been used as a church generally falling within Class D1 of the Use Classes Order 2005. The property is suitable for continued use as a church or community uses either in its existing form or subject to redevelopment or may be suitable for a variety of alternative uses including residential or non residential institution use. We recommend that all interested parties make their own separate enquiries of the local Planning Authority, Blackpool Borough Council Tel 01253 476229. Rating Assessment The premises do not currently have a rating assessment. Tenure Understood to be freehold. Asking Price Upon application. VAT All prices quoted are exclusive of VAT. Photographs and Plans Any photographs and/or plans provided with these particulars for information are indicative and for identification purposes only and should not be relied upon.
Location The site is situated in a prominent location at the junction of Fleetwood Road/Larkholme Lane approximately 1 mile to the South West of Fleetwood Town Centre. Cleveleys is located circa 2 miles to the South via the A587. The immediate area is an attractive residential suburb being well located near to Cardinal Allen High School, Fleetwood Sports College and Fleetwood Cricket and Sports Club. Description A level and rectangular site with elevations onto both Fleetwood Road and Larkholme Lane. The available site extends to approximately 0.104 hectares (0.257 acres) and presently includes the majority of a single storey church extending to a gross internal floor area of approximately 260 m² (2,799 ft²). The available site benefits from outline planning permission to demolish the existing church and erect 4 semi detached houses with access, scale and layout applied for. Services It is understood that all mains services are available within Larkholme Lane. We believe that the premises presently benefit from electricity, water and drainage. Please refer to the services summary and requirements contained within the technical pack. Tenure Understood to be freehold Planning The site has the benefit of outline planning permission for the demolition of the existing building and the erection of 4 houses with matters of access, layout and scale applied for. Planning permission was granted on the 10th July 2015, reference 15/00188/OUT. Further information is available within the technical pack, however, interested parties are invited to make their own enquiries in relation to planning matters via the local planning authority, Wyre Borough Council – 01253 891000. Technical Information In the first instance parties are requested to formally register their interest with Eckersley, who will provide an electronic link to download the technical information available. Alternatively this can be provided on disc. The technical information includes but is not limited to the following: 1. Decision notice 2. Ecological Appraisal 3. Flood risk assessment 4. LCC highways response 5. Sequential test 6. Bat survey 7. Proposed plans 8. Title information 9. Plan identifying the extent of site being sold Method of Sale Offers are invited for the freehold interest. Proposals Our clients will consider both unconditional and conditional offers subject to their conditions and merits. A clear schedule of conditions and assumptions will be required so that offers can be fully considered. Photographs and Plans Any photographs, plans or other supplementary information associated with these particulars are indicative and for identification purposes only and should not be relied upon. VAT We understand that the purchase price will NOT be subject to VAT.
Site of St David's Church, Fleetwood Road/ Larkholme Lane, Fleetwood, Lancashire
Type: Residential, Other Property Types & Opportunities
43 Larkholme Lane, FY7 8AUGBFleetwoodLancashireFY7 8AU43, Larkholme Lane
Mid terrace light industrial unit set over two floors with a roller loading door leading to the ground floor work space with separate entrance leading to the first floor office. The ground floor area also offers male, female and disabled toilets, three phase electricity, lighting, fire door leading to rear.
Ground Floor - 920 sq ft + storage and toilets 1st Floor - 982 sq ft
The first floor is accessiblle via glazed door with stairs leading up. The first floor comprises of a large open plan office area together with two smaller offices and a fitted kitchen.
Gas central heating Reversible air conditioning Additional parking spaces
There is space at the front of the building for three cars, there are two additional spaces adjacent to the unit.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 464 )
Greenwich Centre Business Park Unit 10, 53 Norman Road, London, SE10 9QF
Type: General Industrial, Industrial
Greenwich Centre Business Park Unit 10, 53 Norman Road, London, SE10 9QFGBGreenwich, LondonKentSE10 9QF53, Norman Road