The Former Merrie England, 54/56 St Huberts Road, Great Harwood, Accrington, Lancashire, BB6 7AF

vacant two storey corner located public house with planning consent for 10 apartments on a site area of approximately 446.30 sq m (534 sq yards)

Location

The property is located at the intersection of St. Huberts Road and Clayton Street in a predominantly residential area. Accrington town centre is approximately 3 miles to the south.

Description

Former public house with residential planning consent for 10 apartments.

Accommodation

Pugh & Co. have not accessed the internal accommodation so therefore cannot verify the information.  

Site Area

Approximately 446.30 sq m (534 sq yds).

Tenure

Freehold.

Planning

Planning consent was approved on 28th May 2014 (Application Number: 11/14/0085) for the erection of a residential development containing 10 flats (6 x 1 bedroom and 4 x 2 bedroom) following demolition of the existing building. Planning consent was granted for demolition of the existing building on the 8th November 2013 (Application Number 11/13/0404). Interested parties should consult with the Local Planning Office, Hyndburn Borough Council, Scaitcliffe House, Ormerod Street, Accrington, BB5 0PF. Tel: 01254 388111, Fax: 01254 392597.

General

We understand that the local council has issued the vendor with section 79 and section 99 notices of the Building Act 1984 in which it states that the property must be demolished or the planning approval consent be implemented. Interested parties should consult with the Local Planning Office, Hyndburn Borough Council, Scaitcliffe House, Ormerod Street, Accrington, BB5 0PF. Tel: 01254 388111, Fax: 01254 392597.

VAT

VAT is payable in addition to the purchase price.

Solicitors

Quality Solicitors - AST Hampsons, 128 Yorkshire Street, Rochdale, OL16 1LA.
Tel: 01706 653322. Fax: 01706 641432. E-mail: ptaylor@asthampsons.co.uk.
Contact: Mr Peter Taylor.

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