Latham Lea
Gomersal
Cleckheaton,
BD19 4DF

Sold STC

£ 45,000

Dewsbury
44 Daisy Hill
Dewsbury
WF13 1LH

Property Features

  • AGRICULTURAL LAND
  • GOMERSAL
  • VACANT POSSESSION
  • FOR SALE
  • POTENTIAL EQUESTRIAN USE
  • OFFERS IN REGION £45,000

Property Details

PLEASE NOTE CLOSING DATE FOR OFFERS 24.10.18 AT 5.00 PM. An area of agricultural land used for grazing horses and being sold with vacant possession. The field amounts to 1.13HA/2.78A and is situated at the west end of Latham Lea just off Latham Lane.

LOCATION Latham Lea is a cul-de-sac of private dwelling houses in a popular residential area. The land is accessed from the western end of the close and is at the edge of the developed area adjoining open land to the north, west and south. Gomersal is a village in the Metropolitan Borough of Kirklees located to the north of the borough close to the boundary with Bradford. The area is popular amongst house buyers and is conveniently located in the heart of West Yorkshire and offers good access to the road transport network with junction 26 of M62 within 2 miles

DESCRIPTION: The land is grassland and access is from the west end of Latham Lea . The field slopes downward from east to west and is used for grazing horses at present although it is being offered to the market with vacant possession if required. The site area enclosed within the Title amounts to 1.13 hectares / 2.73 acres.

SERVICES: We do not know if there are any services to the land and buyers must carry out their own investigations.

VIEWING: The land is presently used for grazing of horses and can be viewed from the surrounding roads. Interested parties should not access the land itself without prior arrangement through our office.

PLANNING: The land is located within the Green Belt on both the existing Unitary Development Plan and the draft Local Plan for the area. Interested parties should satisfy themselves that their proposed use is acceptable to the Local Authority, Kirklees. Call 01484 221000 and ask for Planning.

OTHER: The sale will be subject to a clawback provision. In the event planning consent is granted on the land or any part thereof for development other than for agricultural use at any time in the next 50 years, the owner at that point will pay the seller 50% of the increase in value of the land as a result of receipt of the planning consent.

The land is freehold held under Title No. WYK747520. The land is used for grazing by an adjoining owner at present and it is understood that vacant possession can be provided if required