Land At Commondale Way, Bradford, BD4 6SF

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Urban Green Space Land Within Euroway Industrial Estate.
Great location for motorway access.
Suitable for a variety of uses (STP).

Former Garston Police Station, Heald Street, Garston, Liverpool, Merseyside, L19 2LY

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The property comprises of ground and first floors with basement, built approximately 130 years ago. It is of traditional brick construction with a pitched slate roof and single glazed casement windows.

Internally, the property is sub-divided offering a mixture of offices, stores, toilets and kitchen facilities with predominately painted plaster ceilings and walls and linoleum or carpet finish to floors.

It lit predominately by fluorescent strip lighting and heated by wall mounted radiators via a gas fired boiler located on the ground floor.

Externally, the property benefits from a tarmac surfaced yard to the rear with nine delineated car spaces which is accessed from Heald Street.

Ellis Ashton Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L36 6BN

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The subject site is surfaced with crushed stone and is secured via palisade fencing.

It benefits from the following:

Adjoining communal car park.
24 hour access.
Separate electricity supply.
24 hour monitored security system.

Dick Lane, Thornbury, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD3 8QD

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Garage/workshop complex and extensive site with development potential.
Rare freehold industrial/garage complex opportunity.
Extensive secured surfaced compounds/display areas.
Additional land with development potential.
Suitable for a variety of uses (STP).

The Slipe, Bourne, Lincolnshire, PE10 0DE

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The land provides for 2 adjoining parcels of allocated employment land. Area 1 comprises approximately 2.93 acres (1.18 Ha) and, Area 2 comprises approximately 13.49 acres (5.46Ha). Area 1 benefits from an implemented planning consent and Area 2 has an Outline Planning Consent, expired in July 2022.

The topography of the land is relatively flat and remains mainly ‘greenfield’ land, except part of Area 2 that formerly housed a now demolished factory. There is an existing right of way across Area 1 leading to Area 2, providing access to two residential units and 3 agricultural fields, located on the boundary of Area 2. The Right of Way will need to be maintained in perpetuity and incorporated within any proposed development.

To the north of the sites is ‘Bourne Eau’, a short river flowing in an easterly direction and joining the River Glen in the south-east.

Adjoining Area 1 is Bourne Textiles a manufacturing facility along with other industrial and warehouse users. Access to the sites is via The Slipe.

The subject property Land Registry Title LL358665, Ll383972 & LL383966

North Wales Business Park, Cae Eithin, Abergele, Conwy, LL22

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The available development site comprises land at North Wales Business Park close to its junction with the A547. It adjoins the office building owner/occupied by Cartrefi Conwy Housing Association.

The site has never been developed and is roughly rectangular in shape.