FOR SALE BY FORMAL TENDER
Tender Deadline: 12 noon Friday 19th March 2021
Guide Price: Offers in the region of £950,000
Method of Sale
The property is being sold by formal tender and tender packs are available upon request from the selling agent. Interested parties will be required to submit their best and final offer on the tender form provided together with a cheque for the 10% deposit and a signed copy of the sales contract. The successful applicant will be notified by close of business on Friday 19th March 2021. If they have been successful contracts will be exchanged. Please note that the vendors reserve the right not to accept any, or the highest tender received or to sell the property prior to the tender date.
The land at Wardle Hall Farm extends to 7.06 ha (17.45 acres) and directly adjoins the existing Wardle Industrial Estate in Cheshire. Although the land is currently comprised within the open countryside and has not yet been promoted through the local plan for alternative uses, its positioning adjacent to the ever-expanding Wardle Industrial Estate suggests that it has significant potential for future industrial development, subject to obtaining the necessary planning consent.
The land, which is all down to grass with road frontage onto the Green Lane Wardle Industrial Estate road, therefore represents an opportunity for property speculators and investors.
The land at Wardle Hall Farm is located immediately adjacent to the Wardle Industrial Estate, just off the A51 in the heart of rural Cheshire, approximately 4 miles north of Nantwich. The area surrounding the property to the immediate north comprises existing commercial development or land zoned for commercial development in connection with the expansion of the Industrial Estate.
The property has great transport links via the A51 to Nantwich, Crewe, Chester and Junction 16 of the M6 which is located only 12.5 miles to the south, providing great connectivity to the rest of the UK.
Wardle Hall Farm currently lies within open countryside for current Planning purposes and is outside of any development boundary. The old RAF airfield to the north is an allocated employment improvement area for B1 (C), B2 and B8 uses. Although the land has not been promoted through the local plan in order to obtain an allocation, planning policy suggests that any proposed development which provides sufficient social and economically beneficial resources, or supports an existing and established enterprise would be viewed as favourable. Interested parties should make their own enquiries with regards to the future planning potential of the site.
Local Authority: Cheshire East Council, 4 Civic Way, Ellesmere Port, CH65 0BE
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