Former County Court Buildings, Bankhouse Street, Burnley, Lancashire, BB11 1AP

vacant former county court approximately 1,122 sq m (12,077 sq ft)

Location

The property is located at the intersections of Bankhurst Street with Barnes Street and Curzon Street. Active Way (A679) runs parallel to the front of the property. Burnley Central train station is approximately 200 metres to the north. Junction 10 of the M65 motorway is approximately 600 metres to the west.

Description

Three storey former court building with offices in need of refurbishment representing a development opportunity subject to gaining the necessary consents offered with vacant possession.

Accommodation

Pugh and Company have not inspected internally and the following details have been provided by the Joint Agent: 
Ground Floor:  566.52 sq m  (6,098 sq ft) 
First Floor:  413.97 sq m  (4,456 sq ft) 
Second Floor:  141.49 sq m  (1,523 sq ft) 
Basement:  Not Accessed / Measured 
Total Approximate GIA:  1,122.00 sq m  (12,077 sq ft) 

Site Area

Approximately 662.46 sq m (792 sq yds).

Tenure

Freehold.

Planning

The property is considered suitable for a variety of uses subject to gaining the necessary consents. Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Office. Burnley Borough Council, Town Hall, Burnley, BB11 1JA. Tel: 01282 425011, Fax: 01282 438772

Solicitors

Southerns Solicitors, Mackenzie House, 66/68 Bank Parade, Burnley, Lancashire, BB11 1UB.
Tel: (01282) 422711. E-mail: jopollard@southernslaw.co.uk.
Contact: Ms Kirsten Morgan.

Joint Agent

Trevor Dawson, The Portal, Bridgewater Close, Network 65 Business Park, Burnley, Lancashire, BB11 5TT.
Tel: 01282 458007.
Contact: Mr Michael Cavannagh.

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