Swineshaw WTW, Bute Street, Glossop, Derbyshire, SK13 7PZ

vacant former treatment works approximately 120 sq m (1,292 sq ft) on a site of approximately 633 sq m.

Location

The property is situated with rural views to the north on the edge of a residential area of Glossop that lies approximately 0.75 miles to the north of the town centre. Access from the A57 is via Manor Park Road. The property lies adjacent to a footpath running from Blackshaw Road and also at the end of a track leading from Blackshaw Clough, which in turn is accessed via Bute Street. The edge of the Peak District National Park lies within 0.5 mile.

Description

Single storey property, predominantly open plan with kitchen and WC areas in need of refurbishment.

Accommodation

We detail below the following approximate gross internal measurements: 
 
120 sq m  (1,292 sq ft) 

Outside

Enclosed and gated yard area.

Site Area

Approximately 663 sq m.

Tenure

99 year ground lease from High Peak Borough Council commencing 12 December 1968 with a ground rent of £60pa.

Planning

Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Office, High Peak Borough Council, Town Hall, Buxton, Derbyshire SK17 6EL Tel:01298 28400.

Solicitors

United Utilities, Legal Department, First Floor Grasmere House, Lingley Mere Business Park, Great Sankey, Warrington, WA5 3LP.
Tel: 01925 731367. Fax: 01925 678957. E-mail: neil.brierley@uuplc.co.uk.
Contact: Mr Neil Brierley.

Addendum

Please note the sale will be will be conditional upon the Vendor receiving consent to assign as under the terms of the lease. The site area is 663 sq m. Access to Swineshaw WTW is via the unadopted road off Bute Street. Glossop Footpath 145 passes the property and a copy map is in the pack. There are two underground tanks under the building of which the seller has no further information.

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