The Holme, Burnley Road, Cliviger, Burnley, BB10 4SY

on behalf of Hurstwood Group
grade II* listed building with planning permission, subject to referral period, for conversion to 10 residential apartments


Cliviger is a residential area situated in a rural location on the A646 to the south east of Burnley being conveniently situated for the M65 Motorway.


Detached building originally constructed in the early 17th century. The property has been fire damaged and is in need of total renovation. There is planning permission for conversion into apartments, subject to referral period, although the property is also considered suitable for either one residence or a mews development, subject to necessary local auuthority consents.


Details of the proposed 10 apartments are available from the Auctioneer's Office or via our website - 


Site Area

The site area of the property is approximately 0.69 Hectares (1.71 Acres).




Burnley Borough Council's Development Control Comittee were minded to approve applications 2007/0449 and 2007/451 on the 12 July 2007, subject to the applications being referred to the Secretary of State in accordance with Section 13 of the planning (Listed Building and Conservation Areas) Act 1990. Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Office. Burnley Borough Council, Town Hall, Burnley, BB11 1JA. Tel: 01282 425011, Fax: 01282 438772.


Due to the condition of the property viewings are strictly by appointment.


Hurstwood Group, Link 665 Business Centre, A56, Rossendale, Lancashire, BB4 5HU.
Tel: 01706 228392. Fax: 01706 212158.
Contact: Mr Alvin Pindar.


The planning permission together with "Listed Building" consent was approved by Burnley Borough Council, 29th August 2007. These are available for inspection within the legal pack. The plan in the catalogue is not correct. Although there are rights of access over the "existing right of way" this land is not included in the freehold title.There is a "Tree Preservation Order" on part of the land.Details in the legal pack or

* Guide Prices and Reserves

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