For Sale

For Sale
Development Opportunity
Lanark Road, Garrion Bridge, Larkhall, ML9 2UD
Tenure: For Sale
Size: n/a
Price: Price on Application

LOCATION

The site is situated on Lanark Road (A72) forming part of the Clyde Valley Tourist Route between Larkhall and Lanark, in South Lanarkshire. It lies approximately 1 mile to the east of Junction 7 of the M74, the principal trunk road between Scotland and England and similarly from Garrion Bridge which provides connections to towns including Lanark, Wishaw, and Carluke.

 

DESCRIPTION

The site is irregular in shape sloping easterly towards the River Clyde. Due to agricultural works, the site levels have been raised in recent years and an entrance has been formed. The shell of a 440 sq m agricultural building has been constructed on site, although a recent planning consent has been granted to allow it to be extended to 1,000 sq m (P/22/0294).

The site extends to 1.16ha (2.86 acres) with a road frontage of 160 m. The title also extends to the mid-point of the river creating further development potential. Additional land can be offered should this be necessary.

The front page illustration shows how a Visitor Centre could sit on the site. This has been provided for guidance purposes only and would be subject to obtaining formal planning consent.

 

OPPORTUNITIES

This is expected to be the last commercial site available on the Clyde Valley Tourist Route between Larkhall and Lanark. It is exceptionally well positioned at the northern end of the route to attract business lying just off the M74 with traffic flow peaking at 4,500 cars on a Sunday. Possible uses of the site include:

Distillery

Garden and Gift Centre

Wedding Venue

Petting Farm

Holiday Park

Commercial Yard with Private Residence

Industrial Facility

Alternative Agricultural Use

 

PLANNING

Our client continues to have ongoing dialogue with South Lanarkshire Council Planning in relation to this site. They are willing to work with the successful bidder to secure whatever consent is necessary subject to agreeing satisfactory terms. The planning history can be viewed online at https://publicaccess.southlanarkshire.gov.uk/online-applications

A technical pack can be provided on request.

 

PRICE

Our client is seeking offers. Any offer must, however, include detailed information on the proposed development, funding arrangements and a business plan, if appropriate.

 

OFFERS

In the normal Scottish form addressed to this office.

 

LEGAL COSTS

Each party to bear their own legal costs.

 

DATE OF ENTRY

To be mutually agreed.

LOCATION

The site is situated on Lanark Road (A72) forming part of the Clyde Valley Tourist Route between Larkhall and Lanark, in South Lanarkshire. It lies approximately 1 mile to the east of Junction 7 of the M74, the principal trunk road between Scotland and England and similarly from Garrion Bridge which provides connections to towns including Lanark, Wishaw, and Carluke.

 

DESCRIPTION

The site is irregular in shape sloping easterly towards the River Clyde. Due to agricultural works, the site levels have been raised in recent years and an entrance has been formed. The shell of a 440 sq m agricultural building has been constructed on site, although a recent planning consent has been granted to allow it to be extended to 1,000 sq m (P/22/0294).

The site extends to 1.16ha (2.86 acres) with a road frontage of 160 m. The title also extends to the mid-point of the river creating further development potential. Additional land can be offered should this be necessary.

The front page illustration shows how a Visitor Centre could sit on the site. This has been provided for guidance purposes only and would be subject to obtaining formal planning consent.

 

OPPORTUNITIES

This is expected to be the last commercial site available on the Clyde Valley Tourist Route between Larkhall and Lanark. It is exceptionally well positioned at the northern end of the route to attract business lying just off the M74 with traffic flow peaking at 4,500 cars on a Sunday. Possible uses of the site include:

Distillery

Garden and Gift Centre

Wedding Venue

Petting Farm

Holiday Park

Commercial Yard with Private Residence

Industrial Facility

Alternative Agricultural Use

 

PLANNING

Our client continues to have ongoing dialogue with South Lanarkshire Council Planning in relation to this site. They are willing to work with the successful bidder to secure whatever consent is necessary subject to agreeing satisfactory terms. The planning history can be viewed online at https://publicaccess.southlanarkshire.gov.uk/online-applications

A technical pack can be provided on request.

 

PRICE

Our client is seeking offers. Any offer must, however, include detailed information on the proposed development, funding arrangements and a business plan, if appropriate.

 

OFFERS

In the normal Scottish form addressed to this office.

 

LEGAL COSTS

Each party to bear their own legal costs.

 

DATE OF ENTRY

To be mutually agreed.

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