11 Wade House Road, Halifax, West Yorkshire, HX3 7PB

vacant freehold building with planning consent for conversion to 4 apartments approximately 269.23 sq m (2,898 sq ft)
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Location

The property fronts Wade House Road (A6036) at its intersection with The Grove. The property lies within a mixed use location approximately 3 miles north east of Halifax town centre and 4 miles south west of Bradford city centre.

Description

Former Council library building with planning consent for residential development. May also be suitable for other uses subject to obtaining the necessary consents.

Accommodation

We detail below the following approximate gross internal floor areas: 
Basement:  73.93 sq m  (796 sq ft) 
Ground Floor:  85.74 sq m  (923 sq ft) 
First Floor:  85.74 sq m  (923 sq ft) 
Second Floor:  11.91 sq m  (128 sq ft) 
Third Floor:  11.91 sq m  (128 sq ft) 
Total:  269.23 sq m  (2,898 sq ft) 

Outside

Parking to the rear for eight vehicles.

Site Area

Approximately 572.84 sq m (685 sq yds).

Tenure

Freehold.

Planning

Planning permission was granted on 15th March 2011 (Ref: 10/01109/FUL) for change of use from former library to 4 x 2 bedroom apartments. Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Office, Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council, Northgate House, Market Street, Halifax, HX1 1UN. Tel: 01422 392228.

General

1. Please note within the legal pack is extensive supporting documentation regarding building regulations, planning submission documentation, plans, bat report, structural, mechanical, electrical and acoustic reports as well as further computer generated imagery.
2. Energy Performance Rating: F

Solicitors

Sleigh & Son Solicitors, 112-114 Market Street, Droylsden, Manchester, M43 7AA.
Tel: 0161 370 9524. E-mail: simon@sleighandson.com.
Contact: Mr Simon Sleigh.

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