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On instruction from Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council
The site is situated approximately 2.4 miles to the north of Barnsley town centre at the corner of Laithes Crescent & the B6132 Laithes Lane
The site is identified on the adjoining plan & amounts to approximately 479sqm
The five garages are currently let, producing an annual income of £1,668.48
The site is Urban Fabric in the Local Plan and therefore may be suitable for a small scale residential development subject to the relevant consents. Access proposals should be discussed with the planning authority as part of a pre-application enquiry before a planning application is submitted. Proposals should avoid conflicting with street trees located in the grass highway verges. Interested parties are advised to make their own planning and highways enquiries in respect of possible schemes.
Prospective Purchasers should note that the Conditions of Sale for this lot include a requirement that the Purchaser pays Barnsley Council's legal costs and a 5% premium or £500 minimum payment in addition to the price bid
On site at any reasonable time
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