Aintree Fire Station, 226 – 228 Longmoor Lane, Liverpool, Merseyside, L9 0EN

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The property comprises a detached two storey, with basement inter-war fire station built in 1926 of traditional brick construction and benefitting from a rear yard.

Internally, the property is sub-divided offering ancillary offices, dining room, kitchen and appliance bay at ground floor level with recreation room, study and restrooms and toilets/showers at first floor level. A small basement incorporates the gas fired boiler.

A detached single storey building to the rear comprises the six storey tower and ancillary kit and store room.

Internally it is fitted out to a basic specification offering predominately painted plaster walls and ceilings, solid or linoleum finish floors and is lit via fluorescent strip lighting and benefits from double glazed windows. The property is heated via wall mounted radiators from a gas fired boiler situated in the basement.

The property fronts directly onto Longmoor Lane and to the rear the property has a secure concrete surfaced yard.

Wilson Road, Wyke, Bradford, BD12 9HN

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Superb development site.
Rare freehold development opportunity.
Well established location.
Close to Wyke and all amenities.

The Broadway, St. Ives, Cambridgeshire, PE27 5BN

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A mid terrace Grade II Listed double fronted building on the picturesque Broadway at the heart of St Ives town centre. The property comprises a 2-storey building with former retail/café premises on the ground floor, with residential accommodation above and to the rear. To the rear of the main building is a substantial yard and car parking area accessed off West Street.

Heather Road, Skegness, Lincolnshire PE25 3SR

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The Property comprises former confectionary warehouse and offices all within a site of approximately 0.89 hectares (2.2) acres.

Although not currently occupiable due to significant fire damage the existing accommodation includes substantial warehouse and offices occupying approximately 65% overall site coverage, the remainder being principally concrete delivery yard and hardstanding car park. The site is secured by steel palisade fencing to the whole perimeter with a double gated open entrance. There is an additional vehicle entrance to the west side of the property.

The majority of accommodation sits within two wide spanned steel portal frame industrial units which have been joined by a covered corridor section and has a roller shutter door at both east and west elevations.


Skegness is the principal seaside resort on Lincolnshire’s East Coast and has a resident population of circa 18,910 people and a district population of circa 130,000.

The principal access routes to the town are via the A52 from Boston, approximately 22 miles, and A158 to Lincoln, approximately 43 miles.

The property is located on the principal industrial site within the Skegness region.


We understand that mains services including electricity, gas, water and drainage are all available to the property. Interested parties are advised to make their own investigations to the utility service providers.

Agent’s Note

The existing property experienced significant fire damage in 2015 and interested parties are advised to make their own investigations and satisfy themselves in this regard.

For the avoidance of doubt the property is to be sold as seen.

Town & Country Planning

The warehouse and premises were originally constructed for the use of production and distribution of confectionary.

We understand the property has not been occupied since 2015 where it was operating under Classes B1 (Business), B2 (General Industrial) and B8 (Storage & Distribution) of the Town & Country Planning Use Classes Order 1987 (as amended 2020).

In the Agent’s opinion, the property may be suitable for a variety of alternative uses subject to receipt of any necessary planning permissions.

Interested parties are advised to make their own investigations with East Lindsey District Council Planning Department.


The property is available Freehold with vacant possession on completion.

Method of Sale

The property is being offered For Sale by way of informal tender, offers are to be submitted by Friday 21st October 2022 by 12 noon. Interested parties must submit their offers via post to the offices of Banks Long & Co or via email, no later than 12 noon on the specified date. Whilst unconditional offers would be preferred, offers made subject to the receipt of Planning Permission would be considered. Please note the Vendors will not be required to accept either the highest or any other offer received.


VAT may be charged in addition to the purchase price at the prevailing rate.

Legal Costs

Each party is to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in documenting the transaction.

South Hykeham, Lincoln, LN6 9NQ

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The property comprises an irregular shaped parcel of land equating to 1.32 acre (0.535 hectares) in size. The site occupies a prominent position on Boundary Lane has planning consent for the erection of 16 no. commercial units for use within Class E(g) with associated parking. Planning was granted on the 21st September 2022. Plans of the proposed scheme have been attached to this brochure, further details can be found on North Kesteven District Council’s Planning website or alternatively please request from the agent

Cross O Cliff, Bracebridge Heath, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN4 2HN

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A substantial and particularly attractive site, incorporating two buildings formerly
used as offices for various NHS Services and also a cricket ground occupied by
Bracebridge Heath Cricket Club, by way of a lease. The site also comprises a Grade
II Listed office building known as Cross O Cliff Court, which, in our opinion, would
be suitable for conversion to residential (STP) and the vendors have produced
indicative floor plans showing how this building could be laid out to provide 8
residential units. Full plans are available on request.
Those parts of the site suitable for residential development enjoy panoramic views
southwards over the Vale of Belvoir and, in our opinion, would suit high quality
residential development. The indicative scheme produced shows 22 further units,
so the site in total could in the vendors view accommodate up to 30 residential units.
The site extends in total to circa 4.75 hectares (11.73 acres), which includes the
cricket ground referred to above, let to the Bracebridge Heath Cricket Club. There
is an adjacent building occupied by East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust
(EMAS) – not included in the sale, who enjoy right of way through the subject site.
The site has extensive mature trees throughout, which add considerably to the
character and quality feel of the site.

Birchwood, Lincoln LN6 0LR

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This Ground Rental Investment opportunity comprises the freehold interests in 108 two bedroom flats and maisonettes, located on the large Birchwood Housing Estate, which is situated to the South West of Lincoln City Centre, a short drive away from the A46 Lincoln By-Pass. The properties are either ground or first floor flats and maisonettes and are predominantly constructed in cavity brickwork, under pitched tiled roofs. The properties have some common areas utilised for parking and outside amenity space. Full details of the various properties and their addresses can be provided on request. The total site area of the land being sold is about 5.70 acres (2.30 hectares)

Former Church Hall At Garston Park Church, Garston Old Road, Liverpool, Merseyside, L19 1QL

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The property comprises the church hall/Sunday School, area occupied by rear garages and un-developed land – which forms part of the wider site for Garston Park Church. The hall is a detached single storey building dating from approximately 1897 with brick elevations and under a multi-pitched slate covered roof. The property benefits from single glazed timber windows.

Internally the ceilings and walls are painted plaster with a herringbone wood block floor. The property is lit via fluorescent strip lighting and heated via gas wall mounted radiators from a central gas boiler. The smaller hall is heated via two wall mounted gas convection heaters, independent of the main boiler.

Externally the property is set back from the road behind a walled boundary narrow garden strip which is lawned.

Vehicular access will be via an existing access from Garston Old Road which leads to a series of 12 lock up garages arranged in two terraces either side of a small rear yard with turning area.

Paper Mill Lane, Bramford, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP8 4BZ

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The site is a former fertiliser factory and comprises approx 12 acres of brownfiled land along with an additional 50 acres of greenfield land. The additional plots are provided in 3 sites, located to the north and west of the main site. The site provides an excellent opportunity to develop a mixture of uses.