Land Lying To The South Side Of Stone Lane, Woodhouse, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S13 7BR
The property is located in Woodhouse between Stone Lane and the A57 to the south, in a semi rural location that lies approximately 4.5 miles south east of Sheffield city centre. Access from the A57 is via Colsey Hill (B6064). Site benefits from excellent road communications with Stone Lane being adjacent to the A57 and in very close proximity of Junction 31 of the M1.
Dilapidated former plastics recycling works where the buildings in situ have been vandalised. They previously provided a number of workshops, offices, storage and staff areas. Part of the site is enclosed by a steel palisade fence. There are a range of dilapidated buildings which were previously measured to be circa 13364 sq ft.
The following measurements have been provided by the Vendor: Total: 1242 sq m (13,364 sq ft)
Hard standing/parking to the front and side and additional land outside of the area fenced off.
Approximately 1.28 Hectares (4.38 Acres).
Interested parties should consult direct with the local planning office, Sheffield City Council, Development Services, Howden House, 1 Union Street, Sheffield, S1 2SH. Tel: 0114 2039183. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
VAT at the prevailing rate is payable in addition to the purchase price.
Besides for general commercial use the site would suit the likes of skip companies, fencing companies, scaffolding companies, waste transfer station and recycling companies subject to gaining any necessary consents.
VAT at the prevailing rate is payable in addition to the purchase price. Due to the difficulty in cross referencing the Title Plan with features shown on Promap Mapping Software interested parties should refer to the title plans within the legal pack to confirm the extent of the land being sold. The property is sold subject to a Lease in respect of a sub-station for a term of 60 years from the 1st July 1963 as detailed in the legal pack. Various paries have enquired whether the site is within the Shirebrook Valley Nature Reserve and whilst it appears from the indicative map on the Sheffield City Council website to be outside of the boundary, interested parties should rely on their own enquiries https://www.sheffield.gov.uk/out--about/parks-woodlands--countryside/trees--woodlands/woodland-sites-and-projects/south-east-sheffield-woodlands-project/shire-brook-local-nature/information-leaflets.html.
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