Boness is situated in Central Scotland and is a popular location for commuters, business and residents. The town has a central location on the Forth, with a population catchment of 3,000,000 within an hours drive and a resident population of 14,500. Nearby towns include Falkirk, Grangemouth, Denny and Linlithgow. Boness has good transport connections being a 20minute drive from Edinburgh and a 50minute drive from Glasgow, whilst Edinburgh Airport is within a 20-minute drive. The town also benefits from excellent motorway links. The subjects are located on the west side of Commissioner Street at its junction with Union Street. There is a range of local amenities available in the general area. Nearby occupiers include Tesco Superstore, Boness Post Office and Farmfoods.
The subjects form the ground and first floor of a two-storey building of brick construction surmounted by a pitched and slated roof with on-site car parking extending to an approximate site area of 0.24 acres. The property presents a redevelopment opportunity, subject to securing local authority consent.
The subjects are on the market for offers over £100,000
The subjects are entered in the current Valuation Roll at a rateable value of £38,500
369.50 sq m / 3,976 sq m.
The property comprises a former police station which may be suitable for residential or other uses, subject to securing the appropriate planning consent. Please contact the marketing agents for further information.
Each party to bear their legal costs in the documentation of this transaction
Released on application.
Unless otherwise stated, all prices, premiums and rentals are quoted exclusive of VAT
Prior to entering into any legal agreement for the sale of the subjects pursuant to any offer received in response to this marketing exercise, in order to comply with Anti Money laundering Regulations and in fulfilment of the policing principles bidders will be subject to vetting. For this purpose, bidders must submit with their offer the following information to allow a vetting check to be completed:-
(a) where the bidder is an individual or individuals, the full name (including middle names), address (including full postcode ), and date of birth of each bidder; or
(b) where the bidder is a Partnership or Trust, the full name (including middle names), address (including full postcode), and date of birth of each Partner or Trustee and the full name (including middle names), address (including full postcode), and date of birth of each Trustor and any other persons who have the power of representation, decision or control over in respect of the Partnership or Trust or otherwise connected to it; or
(c) where the bidder is a company, a copy of the Certificate of Incorporation of the Company and, in respect of any company not listed on a regulated market, the full name (including middle names), address and date of birth of (I) each shareholder who ultimately owns or controls more than 25% of the shares or voting rights of the Company; (ii) each Director of the Company and the Company Secretary; (iii) any other persons who have the power of representation, decision or control over or in respect of the Company or otherwise connected to it; and where the Company is part of a consortium each of the companies or entities within the group or consortia are required to provide the information at (i), (ii) and (ii) hereof in respect of each Company within the group or consortia.
In addition to the above information, the Declaration attached to the Sales Particulars must be completed and executed in a self-proving manner in terms of The Requirements of Writing (Scotland) Act 1995 by or, where appropriate due to the legal status of a bidder, on behalf of each bidder. The signed Declaration must accompany the offer of purchase. Failure to provide the information required and the signed Declaration may result in an offer not being considered