Castleford Police Station, Jessop Street, Castleford, West Yorkshire, WF10 1DQ

freehold vacant former police station approximately 979.20 sq m (10,540 sq ft)

Location

The property is situated on the corner of Jessop Street and Station Road close to the centre of Castleford. Station Road adjoins Carlton Street to the north which is the main retail thoroughfare of Castleford town centre. The railway station is approximately 250 meters south west of the site.

Description

Detached two storey former police station. The accommodation comprises a mixture of Reception, Offices, Meeting Rooms, Kitchen, Stores and ancillary. In addition the property incorporates the former Magistrates court and holding areas.

Accommodation

The following details have been provided by the Vendor: 
 
Ground Floor:  440.88 sq m  (4,746 sq ft) 
First Floor:  458.52 sq m  (4,935 sq ft) 
Second Floor:  79.80 sq m  (859 sq ft) 
Total GIA:  979.20 sq m  (10,540 sq ft) 

Outside

Parking to side, slot of the property for approximately 32 cars.

Site Area

Approximately 0.19 Hectares (0.42 Acres).

Tenure

Freehold.

Planning

We understand the property is not listed or within a conservation area, but interested parties should consult directly with the Local Planning Office, Wakefield Metropolitan District Council, Newton Bar, Leeds Road, Wakefield, WF1 2PX.
Tel: 0845 8 506 506.

General

Energy Performance Asset Rating = D.

Solicitors

West Yorkshire Police Authority, PO Box 9, Laburnum Road, Wakefield, WF1 3QP.
Tel: 01924 292 665. E-mail: janine.nelson@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk.
Contact: Miss Janine Nelson.

Addendum

Interested parties should note that West Yorkshire Police are currently in the process of clearing out the building and in addition to loose furniture there are certain fixtures which may be removed also.

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