Langthwaite Filter House, Lancaster, Lancashire, LA2 9EB

vacant former filter house approximately 597.66 sq m (6433 sq ft) with planning permission for part demolition and conversion into two 4 bedroom dwellings

Location

The property is situated in a scenic rural location on Langthwaite Road approximately 2 miles south east of Lancaster city centre.

Description

Vacant former filter house and land with residential planning consent.

Accommodation

We detail below the following gross internal area: 
Existing buildings:  597.66 sq m  (6,433 sq ft)  
The planning permission provides for the development of 2 number dwellings each with a floor area of 290 sq m (3,120 sq ft).  

Site Area

Approximately 0.3 Hectares (0.74 Acres).

Tenure

Freehold.

Planning

Planning consent was granted on 21st February 2013 for change of use into 2 residential dwellings with garage and associated landscaping and access, (Application Number 12/01056/CU). Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Office, Lancaster City Council, Town Hall, Dalton Square, Lancaster, LA1 1PJ. Tel: 01524 582 950.

General

The vendor is able to provide within the legal pack, copies of supporting information including:
1. Ground condition survey, structural survey for the existing
building,environmental noise assessment, scheme drawings
ecology & bat survey and a pre-construction information
pack
2. The sale is subject to completion date of 5th April 2013.

Solicitors

United Utilities, Legal Department, First Floor Grasmere House, Lingley Mere Business Park, Great Sankey, Warrington, WA5 3LP.
E-mail: neil.brierley@uuplc.co.uk.
Contact: Mr Neil Brierley.

Joint Agent

Frank Harrington Associates, 6 Cross Street, Preston, Lancashire, PR1 3LT.
Tel: 01772 880010.
Contact: Mr Frank Harrington.

Addendum

Completion is now due 5th April 2013. Planning consent was granted on 21st February 2013.

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