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Cuckoo Nest Barn, Harden Road, Bingley, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD16 1HTvacant land and barn approximately 880 sq m (1,053 sq yds) with residential planning consent
The property is situated approximately 1 mile to the west of Bingley town centre accessed via Harden Road (B6429). Bingley is situated 5.5 miles to the north west of Bradford city centre and 3 miles to the west of Shipley.
Land and barn with planning permission for the construction of a single residential dwelling.
Approximately 880 sq m (1,053 sq yds).
The purchaser will, on completion, make a contribution of 2% of the purchase price with a minimum of £2,000 plus VAT towards the Vendor’s legal costs.
The property benefits from planning consent for the erection of a single residential dwelling granted 18th December 2012 (Application No: 11/03610/FUL). Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Office, City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council, 3rd Floor, Jacobs Well, Bradford, BD1 5RW. Tel: 01274 434 605.
We are advised that an easement will be granted with the sale of the property to allow purchasers to lay a water supply to the building. Interested parties are advised to check the Legal Pack.
City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council, Property Law, 3rd Floor, City Hall, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD1 1HY.
Tel: 01274 432271. E-mail: email@example.com.
Contact: Mrs Kay Sanders.
This lot has been WITHDRAWN from the auction.
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