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Former Community Centre, Tofts Road, Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire, DN18 5NF

    •    Former Community centre
    •    Freehold site of approximately 0.22ha (0.54 acre)
    •    Established and popular Residential area
    •    Comprises central hall with ancillary kitchens, offices, meeting rooms and WCs
    •    Gross internal floor area approx. 416 sqm
    •    Potential for ongoing use or redevelopment
    •    Close to the A15 and Humber Bridge
A single storey former Community Centre thought to be built in the 1970s
Gross External Floor Area 443 sqm
Gross Internal Floor Area 416sqm
A schedule of accommodation is available to view via the website
The property occupies a site of approximately 0.22 ha (0.54 acre) as identified on the adjoining plan with a good road frontage, car park, Gargage and two access points.



Planning
The site is located within the defined development limit of Barton Upon Humber, within Flood Zone 1 (low risk of flooding) and is not formally allocated for any specific land use. The site is brownfield in nature being previously developed land and currently houses a former community centre building.
The site is located within a predominantly residential area of the settlement and as such lends itself to residential development. The principle of residential development in this location is considered to be acceptable given the sites location within the development boundary and in an area of low flood risk.
Viewing: Strictly by appointment with the auctioneers 01142760151



Pugh Auctions: Feb 25

Vacant former substation building extending to approximately 317 sq m (3,412 sq ft) GEA with a gated and enclosed yard on a site extending to approximately 455 sq m (544 sq yds). The building, which has been decommissioned, is understood to be over ground and basement levels.



The building is understood to be over ground and basement levels however Pugh & Co. have not accessed the building internally, the gross external floor area of the ground floor is approximately 317 sq m (3,412 sq ft).
Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Authority: Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council, Town Hall, Bolton, BL1 1RU. Tel: 01204 333333.
Contact: 0345 505 1200



Land At Tulketh Brow, Preston, Lancashire, PR2 2SH

Guide Price: £25,000 plus

An irregular shaped parcel of land extending to approximately 0.10 Hectares (0.25 Acres). There is an advertising hoarding let to Primesight to the front of the property which currently produces £725 per annum. In addition, there is an electricity substation let to Electricity North West at a rent of £75 plus VAT per annum. The site may be suitable for development, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.
Planning
Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Authority: Preston City Council, Town Hall, Lancaster Road, Preston PR1 2RL. Telephone: 01772 906 912. Email: devcon@preston.gov.uk.
There is an advertising hoarding let to Primesight by way of a personal licence from Canal & River Trust at a rent of £725 per annum. As this licence is personal between the parties the new owner may need to negotiate a new licence upon completion. The substation is let to Electricity North West at a current rent of £75 per annum. The tenant is currently holding over and terms have been proposed for a new 21 year lease with rent reviews after 7 and 14 years at a rent of £162 per annum.
Contact: 0345 505 1200



Land At Westway / Junction Street, Burnley, Lancashire, BB12 0LX

Guide Price: £75,000 plus
A roughly triangular shaped parcel of amenity land with main road frontage and a canal side aspect. The site extending to approximately 0.36 Hectares (0.88 Acres) and it is anticipated that the land could be suitable for development, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.

Planning
Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Authority: Burnley Borough Council, Town Hall, Manchester Road, Burnley, BB11 9SA. Telephone: 01282 425011 ext 3291, 3294 and 3297.
The purchaser is to make a contribution towards the Council's surveyors and legal fees in the total sum of 3% of the gavel price, subject to a minimum fee of £1,500. (£750 surveyors fees and £750 legal fees).
Contact: 0345 505 1200



Portfolio Of Three Individual Barn Sites , Lamaload Reservoir, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK11 0AR

Guide Price: £250,000 plus
The barns are located within the township of Macclesfield and overlook Lamaload Reservoir. The barns are approximately 4 miles to the South East of Bollington and 5 miles to the East of Macclesfield. The nearest train station is located within Macclesfield town centre. The barns are accessible from Hooleyhey Lane and Ankers Knowl Lane (in the case of Lamaload Forest Barn) with access to these roads from the South via the A579 and to the North from the B5470.



The three barns are set within Macclesfield Forest which is within the designated Peak District National Park. The barns represent a rare opportunity to seek a consent for residential or holiday letting conversion within the Park.
The Lower Hooleyhey Barn site is located to the North East of the reservoir and is a former public convenience block containing one main building and ancillary garage. Combined building measurements are approximately 101 square metres (1,087 sq ft).
The Hooleyhey Barn site is located to the East of the reservoir and is an agricultural barn measuring approximately 122 square metres (1,313 sq ft).
Lamaload Forest Barn is located to the South West of the reservoir and is an agricultural barn measuring approximately 277 square metres (2,982 sq ft).
The three sites are to be sold as a single lot, by way of three separate leaseholds, each for a term of 999 years. Each leasehold will be subject to a ground rent of £50 per annum.
We are advised that 36% of the site has been opted for VAT and the buyer will therefore be required to pay VAT on completion, at the prevailing rate, on 36% of the gavel price.

General
1. The barns are located on water catchment land and will therefore be subject to usage restrictions. These restrictions will however allow for conversion for residential or holiday letting purposes.
2. The barns do not benefit from any mains services and it is recommended that prospective bidders satisfy themselves with regards to the proximity of services. The barns are being offered as a single lot, due to potential economies from requisitioning mains services. The installation of a septic tank or cesspit will be prohibited however a small package treatment plant is permissible.
3. Should services need requisitioning over the Vendor's retained land then this will be permissible at no charge subject to satisfactory reinstatement.
4. LPG/LBT fuel storage and/or generator use is permitted however other fuel sources are restricted under the terms of the lease.
5. The Hooleyhey Barn site is offered subject to a Farm Business Tenancy which terminates October 2020 and will be available with vacant possession from this date. Additional land which is outside of the stone wall boundary, but within the sale boundary, is held under an Agricultural Holdings Act tenancy to which a reversion will be created upon sale, as it forms part of a wider AHA where the Vendor is landlord.
6. Viewings are strictly by appointment only, and interested parties should not inspect the buildings independently.
Contact: 0345 505 1200



Railway Workshop, High Peak, Derbyshire, SK23 7HB

Guide Price: £50,000 plus
The site consists of a vacant stone building which is believed to be a former railway workshop with an additional building previously used as an air raid shelter, contained thereon. The buildings may represent potential for residential development subject to obtaining the necessary consents.



Planning
Interested parties should consult directly with the Local Planning Authority: Derbyshire County Council, County Hall, Matlock, DE4 3AG . Telephone: 01629 533190.
Contact: 0345 505 1200



Duke Of Wellington, Grane Road, Rossendale, Lancashire, BB4 4AT

Guide Price: £300,000 plus
The Duke of Wellington is located on the B6232 in a semi-rural area, approximately 1 mile east of the A56 and Haslingden town centre, just north of the Ogden and Holden Wood Reservoirs. It lies approximately 7 miles south east of Blackburn town centre.



Extensive vacant former public house which includes dining capacity for approximately 104 covers, a three bedroom managers apartment, beer garden and approximately 88 onsite car parking spaces. The property may also be suitable for alternative use or development subject to the necessary consents.
Basement: Beer Cellar, Storeroom, Laundry Room, Office & Store
Ground Floor: Entrance Foyer, WC's, Bar Area, Dining Area, Serving Area, Kitchen
First Floor: Living Room, Kitchen, Storeroom, Bathroom, Three Bedrooms
Pugh have not inspected the property and all details have been provided by the joint agent.
Outside: Beer garden and 88 space car park.
Approximately 0.41 Hectares (1.01 Acres).
Tenure: Freehold.
Planning
Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Authority: Lancashire County Council, County Hall, Fishergate, Preston, Lancashire, PR1 8XJ. Telephone: 0300 123 6701.
Contact: 0345 505 1200



Halfway House, Church Street, Golftyn, Deeside, Flintshire, CH5 4AS

Guide Price: £185,000 plus



The Halfway House fronts Church Street (B5129) approximately 9 miles north west of Chester and approximately 2.5 miles from the A494 which is a busy route into north Wales and links with both the A55 and M56 motorways.
Extensive vacant former public house with basements, a four bedroom managers apartment, beer garden and car park. The property may be suitable for change of use or development subject to the necessary consents.
Basement: Beer Cellar/ Store
Ground Floor: Public Bar Room, Bar Area, Lounge Area, Kitchen
First Floor: Lounge, Kitchen, Bathroom (Separate WC) Four Double Bedrooms, Office/Storage
Pugh have not inspected the property and all details have been provided by the joint agent.
Outside: Beer garden and 35 car parking spaces, children's play area and outbuildings used for storage.
Approx Site Area 0.24 Hectares (0.58 Acres).
Tenure: Freehold.
Planning
Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Authority: Flintshire Council, Ty Dewi Sant, St. Davids Park, Ewloe, CH5 3FF. Telephone: 01352 703331.
Contact: 0345 505 1200



The Cloisters, 1-2 Corporation Street, Southport, Merseyside, PR8 1AP

Guide Price: £350,000 plus
A substantial detached period building extending to approximately 535.90 Sq M (5,768 Sq Ft) and arranged over ground and first floors with a large rooftop terrace area, which was formerly used as a playground. The property is currently subdivided into two units with Unit 1 being fitted out for retail use and Unit 2 being in shell condition. The property may be suitable for alternative uses, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.
Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Authority: Sefton Council, Southport Town Hall, Lord Street, Southport, PR8 1DA. Telephone: 0345 140 0845. Email: planning.department@sefton.gov.uk.



Contact: 0345 505 1200



Former Methodist Chapel, West Croft Terrace, Lowca, Whitehaven, Cumbria, CA28 6PX

Guide Price: £65,000 plus



A detached former chapel, constructed in 1910, extending to approximately 140 Sq M (1,507 Sq Ft) and benfiting from outline planning consent for conversion to a dwelling. The property is in an elevated position and enjoys views across the valley to Whitehaven Harbour and the Irish Sea.
The property benefits from planning consent (4/17/2284/0F1) for the conversion of the chapel to a dwelling with new detached garage and patio area. Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Authority: Copeland Borough Council, Development Control Section, The Copeland Centre, Catherine Street, Whitehaven, CA28 7SJ. Telephone: 01946 598 300. Email: devcontrol@copeland.gov.uk.
Contact: 0345 505 1200



Former Church, John Street, Haslingden, Rossendale, Lancashire, BB4 5QB

Guide Price: £85,000 plus



A vacant former Church, most recently used as a gym, arranged over ground floor and lower ground floor levels and extending to approximately 400 Sq M (4,306 Sq Ft). The property would be suitable for a variety of commercial uses or residential conversion, subject to obtaining the necessary consent.
Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Authority: Rossendale Borough Council, The Business Centre, Futures Park, Bacup, OL13 0BB. Telephone: 01706 217 777.
Contact: 0345 505 1200



The Round House, Bradshaw Road, Affetside, Bury, Lancashire, BL8 3QT

Guide Price: £250,000 plus
A unique three bedroom circular dwelling extending to over 120 Sq M (1,300 Sq Ft) in a rural setting providing living accommodation with 360 degree views over open countryside. The property also benefits from UPVC double glazing together with LPG, solar and wind powered heating systems together with off-street parking.
Ground Floor:: Entrance Hall, 3 Bedrooms (One En-suite), Bathroom
First Floor:: Open Plan Living Area, Kitchen



Contact: 0345 505 1200



Auction - Leeds Feb 27

Barley Mow, Lower Town Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS13 3EN

Guide Price: £350,000 plus
Substantial and prominently positioned Grade 11 listed former public house on a site of approximately 0.23 Ha (0.57 Acres) including onsite parking and beer gardens. The property offers ground floor trading areas and basement storage with 4 bedroom private accommodation above



Contact: 0345 505 1200



Spinksburn Barn, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG3 1SD

Guide Price: £10,000 plus
Vacant derelict barn set within a site of approximately 0.56 Hectares (1.38 Acres) accessed via an unmarked overgrown track which may have potential for development subject to the necessary consents.
Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Office, Development Management, Harrogate Borough Council, PO Box 787, Harrogate HG1 2RW. Tel: 01423 500600.



Contact: 0345 505 1200



Scunthorpe Magistrates Court Office, Corporation Road, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, DN15 6QB

Guide Price: £75,000 plus
Single storey former magistrates court office building which we understand measures approximately 563 sq m (6060 sq ft) GIA and 475 sqm (5112 sq ft) NIA subject to verification, comprising open plan and cellular office accommodation and which may also represent a development opportunity subject to obtaining the necessary consents. The site measures 0.28 acres (0.11 hectares).
Approx Site Area
Approximately 0.28 Acres (0.11 Hectares).



Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Office, North Lincolnshire Council, Civic Centre, Ashby Road, Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire. DN16 1AB. Tel: 01724 296296
Contact: 0345 505 1200



Former Police Station, Market Place, Batley, West Yorkshire, WF17 5DA

Guide Price: £185,000 plus
Prominently positioned two storey former Police Station extending to approximately 640 sq m (6,892 sq ft) providing a mixture of open plan and cellular office with a statement entrance. The property is considered suitable for office use or development subject to obtaining the necessary consent.



Contact: 0345 505 1200



The Star, 205 Tong Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS12 4NA

Guide Price: £150,000 plus
A two storey freehold public house on a site extending to approximately 0.084 hectares (0.2 acres). Internally the pub is well presented and comprises a ground floor bar and seating area with owners accommodation above. Externally there is parking to the side with a courtyard and beer garden behind. The sale may represent an exciting redevelopment opportunity, subject to any necessary consents.



Ground Floor: Bar area, seating area (approx. 40 covers), games room
First Floor: Three bedrooms, Lounge, kitchen, bathroom.
Contact: 0345 505 1200



Rowfant House, Wallage Lane, Rowfant, Crawley, West Sussex, RH10 4NG
A FREEHOLD, GRADE II LISTED SUBSTANTIAL MANOR HOUSE AND ANCILLARY BUILDINGS, SET WITHIN GROUNDS EXTENDING TO APPROXIMATELY 22.5 ACRES
GUIDE PRICE: £1,500,000 PLUS *
PPROXIMATELY 22.5 ACRES
GUIDE PRICE: £1,500,000 PLUS*
Thursday, 20th February 2020 12:00pm
Rowfant House is located in the hamlet of Rowfant which lies to the immediate east of Crawley and south east of London Gatwick Airport. East Grinstead is also quite close by to the east. Situated on the north side of Wallage Lane to the immediate east of Horsepasture Wood. The location is thus very convenient for the large nearby centres of Crawley and East Grinstead as well as access to the M23 motorway leading north towards London or south towards Brighton and of course Gatwick Airport. Rowfant House is a mixture of 15th, 16th, 18th and 19th century architecture, with various modern extensions and a separate single storey building comprising stores, a workshop, a boiler room and other ancillary accommodation to the rear. The main house was most recently used as a wedding and function venue. Access to the main house is via a long driveway from an imposing entrance on Wallage Lane. The driveway runs across the main lawns to a gravelled car park area in front of the archway entrance, also providing access to the rear yard. In addition to the main house, there is an extended building, which was originally a stable block and this was converted around 20 years ago into a residential care home with nineteen bedrooms. This building is laid out on ground and an attic style first floor surrounding a central paved courtyard area. There is also a modern conservatory adjacent to the courtyard. There is also a small church or chapel with adjacent anteroom located next to the main house. Surrounding the main property are extensive grounds; comprising areas of lawn to the south and west, a large fishing lake and streams to the west, whilst to the north are areas of higher ground and the remains of a substantial, semi-derelict, walled garden, the remaining standing walls of which are understood to be of considerable architectural merit and of particular interest to English Heritage. Within the grounds there are two cabins, which we understand are occupied by way of licences. Prospective purchasers should refer to the legal pack for details.



The accommodation in the main house is arranged on three floors with the ground floor currently providing a number of large rooms which were used for function or dining room purposes together with associated offices and staff room, a catering kitchen and various areas of toilet accommodation, store rooms etc.

The first floor of the property is arranged with nineteen bedrooms of various sizes. The majority of the rooms do not have any en-suite facilities and there are a number of shower rooms, toilets, bathrooms, etc. at various points around the floor.
There is a second floor within the attic space, comprising four bedrooms, bathroom and two store rooms.
Attached to the east side of the main house is a single storey extension which comprises the chapel and adjoining anteroom, and the former coach house. This building has a kitchen, resident’s lounge and conservatory, ten resident’s bedrooms, staff room and office and toilet on the ground floor and ten resident’s bedrooms, additional lounge, staff bedroom and various assisted bath and shower facilities and toilets at first floor level. The first floor is fully accessible by lift.
Contact: 0207 637 4000
Contact: 0345 505 1200



LAND ADJACENT 8 HAYWOOD DRIVE, HEMEL HEMPSTEAD, HERTFORDSHIRE, HP3 0SA

FREEHOLD VACANT SITE WITH PLANNING PERMISSION FOR A UNIQUE 'ECOLOGICAL TREEHOUSE' DWELLING
GUIDE PRICE: £230,000 PLUS*
PLANNING: GRANTED 26.10.2018 ref 4/01791/18/FUL TO CONSTRUCT A SINGLE DWELLING ON STILTS, external decks, walkways, bike and bin store.
There is permission to remove the tree in the middle of the development so allowing a possible redesign for a larger living area with room below (stc).
SITE AREA: 0.2 Acres (0.08 Hectares)
        New House 1291.2 sqft (120sqm)
        PP to build Eco Treehouse
        Freehold Vacant Site



Contact: 0345 505 1200



SVA

KYLE DSR, NORTH OF MAIN STREET, KYLE OF LOCHALSH, IV40 8DA

Kyle of Lochalsh is the main gateway settlement to the Isle of Skye and a popular local centre. There is a train station providing services to Inverness and beyond. It has a busy harbour with a variety of fishing, cargo and occasional passenger vessels. The site is located on a hillside to the north of the village and provides excellent views of Skye to the west. Grid Ref: 176257,828097
Planning
Interested parties should make their enquiries with Highland Council Planning Department on 01349 886608.



Contact: 0131 624 6640



FORMER CLASHMORE SERVICE RESERVOIR, BY DORNOCH, IV25 3RQ

Former Service Reservoir in Woodland Setting 250 sq.m (299 sq.yds)
The site comprises a regular rectangular shaped area of ground fenced with a timber post and sheepwire fence. A timber gate provides access. The site houses two former water tanks and the remainder is covered with grass and shrubs. The tanks are of concrete construction with corrugated metal roofs, which are low to the ground. A small stream runs between the site and the access track.
Interested parties should make their enquiries with Highland Council Planning Department on 01349 886608.



Contact: 0131 624 6640



DEN OF OGIL RESERVOIR, GLENOGIL, NR KIRRIEMUIR, DD8 3SS

Large Impounding Reservoir in Picturesque Location – Total 13.82 Ha (34.15 Acres).
Den of Ogil Reservoir nestles in a valley and is surrounded by mixed woodland and dense undergrowth. An impounding reservoir, it has two damheads, with the larger located at its eastern end. The larger damhead has an upstream face of stone with mortar pointing, whilst the downstream face is down to grass. There is a valve tower, accessed via a steel bridge, and an overflow channel with a curved sill leading to a masonry lined channel. The top of the damhead incorporates a stone surfaced track. The western dam or “Saddle Dam”, which has not been seen by SVA, is a smaller structure, with an upstream face of stone, a grass covered downstream face and is topped with stone filled gabions



Contact: 0131 624 6640



STORE AT WELLHILL, KIRKPATRICK DURHAM, CASTLE DOUGLAS, DG7 3HS

Building in Rural Location on Site of 166 sq.m (198 sq.yds)



Set in attractive countryside, this is an essentially square shaped site extending to approximately 166 sq.m which encloses a small building at one time used as a pumping station when in the ownership of the local water authority, but in recent years used for storage. The building is of harled brick construction with a pitched slate roof and extends internally to approximately 36 sq.m. The building has a concrete floor and windows on both western and eastern elevations. The property is bounded by a stone wall and metal access gate. The site is surrounded by farmland with a track leading to the property from the south. The building is suitable for continued storage use and may be suitable for alternative uses subject to any necessary planning consent.
Site Area: 166 sq.m (1,782 sq.ft) approx.

Planning
Interested parties should make their own enquiries to Dumfries and Galloway Council, Email: planning@dumgal.co.uk Tel: 01387 260199 for further information.




11.64 acres (4.71 hectares) of level pasture land, woodland and small range of farm buildings

Property Features
        11.64 acres (4.71 hectares)
        Level pasture land
        Broadleaf woodland
        Small range of farm buildings
        Development potential subject to planning permission:  01305 236572 07833 453482






Former Social Centre & Warden's Flat, Kirby Grange Retirement Village, Botcheston, Leicestershire, LE9 9FG

Guide | £80,000 - £100,000 (plus fees)
        Mixed Use
        Tenure: Freehold
Call the team on 0116 222 7575 for more information



A rare opportunity to purchase the freehold of a large mixed use commercial and residential unit directly adjacent to the Kirby Grange Nursing Home. Formally used as a social centre with post office and hairdressers. With two large community lounges and a range of internal stores  and toilet block. On the first floor there is the former warden's flat comprising, a lounge, kitchen, two bedrooms and bathroom.
Excellent potential for renovation and possible change of use, subject to the relevant consents.