The property comprise 3 parcels of land extending to 0.26 Hectares (0.64 Acres) in total and previously forming part of the wider Former Eagle Pottery site. In 2005, Redrow Homes obtained planning consent for 108 units with the subject plots remaining undeveloped and having planning for 22no dwellings (4 parcel one, 13 parcel two and 5 on parcel three) in a mix of houses and apartments. We understand the consent is extant following the development of the rest of the site, but the Receivers cannot verify this and interested parties should consult with the local planning office and rely on their own enquiries.
The three parcels comprise:
Parcel One: The plot is positioned to the corner of Poundlock Avenue and Ivy House Road and appears that it may be used as parking by parties unknown. It extends to 0.14 acres and is clear and predominantly laid to tarmac and gravel. It bound by timber fence, brick wall and dwarf timber post and rail with a vehicle access having a gate to the corner of the site.
Parcel Two: The plot is positioned fronting Windlass Road with the rear boundary onto Caldron Canal.
The site extends to 0.33 acres and is rectangular in shape and predominantly bound by timber fencing, albeit to the Canalside the boundary is open with disused steps down to the canal path which comes to a dead end.
Parcel Three: The plot is positioned at Poundlock Avenues dead end where it meets with Commercial Road.
This site extends to 0.17 acres and is irregular in shape and fully accessible but overgrown with shrubbery and trees.
The property is located in a residential area that lies approximately 0.5 mile south east of Hanley town centre. Ivy House Road provides access to Bucknall New Road (A5008), which provides local bus routes and is the route into the town centre and it also links with the A52. Within 0.75 miles is a Tesco Extra, 2 primary schools and 3 secondary schools and junction 15 of the M6 is within 4 miles.
There will be a Buyer's Administration Fee of £2400 (inc VAT) payable upon exchange of contracts.
1. Part of one of the sites (plot 2) has been used by a local resident informally as a garden. They have confirmed to the Receiver they had no agreement in place with the owners. The local Cricket club used part of plot 1 for overflow parking. Again this was informally and they have confirmed to the Receiver they are happy to cease this use in the future.
The information contained within the Particulars are given in good faith, but all descriptions, statements, dimensions ( these may have come from a third party source e.g. the seller, valuation reports or historic sales particulars), references to condition and permissions for the use and occupation or other details are made without responsibility and should not be relied upon as representation of fact.
2. If a video walk through, or any other form of virtual tour, is provided whilst every effort is made to accurately give an overview of the property we cannot give any warranty concerning the nature, and condition of the property and the suitability thereof for any and all activities and use. The video, or tour, is provided to assist only and without responsibility and should not be relied upon as representation of fact, or replace all appropriate due diligence a prudent purchaser would make.
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