Former United Reformed Church, West End Road, Haydock, St. Helens, Merseyside, WA11 0AW

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The subject property comprises a Victorian church built we understand in 1881 of traditional construction with solid brick walls and pitched timber framed roof covered with slate. The windows are predominately traditional lead although some have been replaced with Georgian wire glass. To the rear elevation the windows are predominately timber incorporating single glazing.

Internally the property has a high exposed timber beam partially painted/plaster ceiling with painted plaster walls and timber floor. It is heated via gas fired heating system but the boiler has been removed and the gas supply capped in the basement.

Land Off The Drift, Main Road, Collyweston, Stamford, PE9 3PH

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Paddock Land located off The Drift on the fringe of Collyweston Village centre. Made up level ground, the boundaries are predominantly delineated by stone walls. There are access points off The Drift. Please note there are no utilities connected to the site. To be sold freehold subject to a claw-back provision.

35-37 Otley Road, Shipley, West Yorkshire, BD18 3QA

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Prominent former bank with redevelopment potential.
Prominent corner position.
Central location opposite the Shipley train station.
Suitable for a variety of uses (STP).

Padholme Road East, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE1 5UL

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The property comprises a large, detached manufacturing building with two separate smaller buildings located to the front, with associated car parking and loading areas on a self-contained site of around
The main building comprises a 5-bay concrete framed industrial / warehouse unit with insulated pitched roof in bays with combination profiled sheeting and brick elevations. To the front of the building is a high bay intake area with eaves of approximately 7.42m and sub-divided to provide small office. A loading door and personnel door provide access to a large production area constructed to a lower eaves with suspended LED lighting, ceiling fans and comfort cooling. Solid concrete floors are provided throughout. To the eastern elevation is a further electrically operated roller shutter door together with a small lean-to store. Ladies and gents toilets together with a first aid room and managers office are provided together with first floor canteen and a store room.
Integral single storey offices are provided along the western side of the production area which is currently sub-divided to provide a variety of print rooms, customer service office, meeting rooms offices and stores with additional WC accommodation.
The two smaller buildings located at the front of the site provide basic storage facilities. Building 1 has a loading door to the northern elevation and the building has been sub-divided into storage areas with some production space and offices. Building 2 is a basic storage unit with double loading doors.
Externally the whole site benefits from open yard and car parking areas and the site is fully fenced and gated and is accessed directly from Padholme Road.

Longmoor Lane Methodist Church, Walton Vale, Liverpool, Merseyside, L9 2BU

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The property comprises a church and separate detached church hall occupying an irregular shaped site.

The church is detached and predominately single storey and dates from approximately 1881 of traditional red brick construction with sandstone window sills with the main building having a pitched slate roof and lower height areas also with slate covering.

Internally the church comprises the main hall and ancillary rooms and in addition a first floor balcony area and small rear basement.

The separate church hall is a detached single storey building with brick elevations under a pitched roof. Internally in comprises sports hall, stores, kitchen and ancillary toilets benefitting from a gas central heating system.

Stamford Gateway , Empingham Road , Stamford, Lincolnshire, PE9 2XP

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The original Exeter Park masterplan outline consent (application ref: S12/0864) was granted in 2013. The strategic extension to Stamford comprises of 400 residential homes which are now complete and a strategic employment zone of up to 10ha.

The subject site comprises a triangular shaped land parcel which is approximately 8.47 hectares (21.6 acres) in size, and falls on the edge of the market town of Stamford. It is bound by Empingham Road (A606) to the north, a recently constructed residential development by Taylor Wimpey to the east and south, and the A1 to the west.

This exciting opportunity is the final land parcel of the Exeter Park masterplan and it is allocated by Policy E2 of the South Kesteven Local Plan (adopted January 2020) as a Strategic Employment Site (ref. ST-SE1)