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Waterside Business ParkWaterside Business Park, Blackburn Strategically located on the A6177 Haslingden Road, close to junction 5 of the M65 in an established business area. The site is divided into two parcels, one with outline planning for A3 and C1 food, drink and hotel use and a larger parcel with outline planning for B1 and B2 business and employment use.

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This site is being marketed by Caroline James of Trevor Dawson (01254 681137). More details can be viewed online

Chapel HillChapel Hill, Longridge, Preston. The site occupies an impressive location with extensive views over Alston Reservoir to the south and the rural landscape beyond. Full planning permission has been granted Ref No: 3/2011/1071/P by Ribble Valley Council on 19 July 2012.

The planning application was for access, landscaping and the erection of 52 new build residential properties, the conversion of the former barn to one dwelling unit and refurbishment of the existing residential unit (53 Chapel Hill). There is a requirement for 30% of the dwellings to be Affordable.

This property is currently being marketed by Frank Harrington Associates. Further details can be viewed online here.

Myles Standish WayMyles Standish Way, Chorley. The site lies on the south side of Chorley with extensive road frontage to Myles Standish Way, part of the main circulatory route around Chorley. The land is divided into two parcels by virtue of the central roadway providing access to the residential development to the rear.

The location is convenient for the facilities of Chorley town centre, access to surrounding towns and both the M6 (jnct 27 / 28) & M61 Motorways (jnct 7 / 8).

The site has the benefit of a Full Planning Permission (Application No. 13/00178/FULMAJ) for 70 dwellings, associated garaging, car parking, access arrangements and landscaping works.

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This site is currently being marketed by Frank Harrington Associates.

Cocklick End Farmhouse and Barn. Situated in a private rural location on the edge of Gisburn Forest, in the heart of the Trough of Bowland in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. United Utilities offer to the market this exciting opportunity to acquire a detached farmhouse and barn with planning permission for conversion (application number 3/2013/0538. The consent provides for the conversion of the property as a single unit into a 4 reception room, 4 bedroom property over approximately 425 sq. m.

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This property is currently being marketed by Armistead Barnett. Details can be viewed online by clicking here.

Kinder Reservoir Keepers House. The property is located at the foot of Kinder Scout a moorland plateau set in the Dark Peak of the Derbyshire Peak District. The layout in brief comprises of an entrance porch. hallway, cloakroom WC, 28'7x15'2 lounge with feature fireplace, dining room, breakfast kitchen, butler’s pantry, utility room, side porch & basement rooms. To the first floor a gallery style landing, four double bedrooms (Master 17'9x15'4) & a family bathroom. Externally you will find 360 degrees of breath taking views and off road parking.

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This property is currently being marketed by Bridgfords. Details can be viewed online by clicking here.

Low Howe. The Property is situated approximately 2 miles north west of Bampton, 6 miles north west of Shap and 3 miles south of Askham in the Lake District National Park. Bampton is a village with a population of circa 283 having a small village store, public house and Post Office. The nearby attractive village of Askham has a population of circa 360 and has a number of popular public houses, village shop and adjoins the Lowther Estate to the north east. It is reached via a single carriageway which joins the main road travelling from Askham to Bampton.

The property provides a range of two-storey farm buildings together with a large wild garden. There is an original farmhouse building which is of traditional stone construction, with a pitched slate roof and adjoining stone built barns and outbuildings with slate roofs. The traditional byres have restricted head height in some areas although there is sufficient eaves height to raise the ceilings. The buildings are formed around a cobbled courtyard and incorporate a lean-to.

Externally there is a large wild garden providing an attractive outlook to the surrounding countryside.

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This property is currently being marketed by Edwin Thompson. Details can be viewed online by clicking here.

Properties for sale in the September 2015 Pugh & Company auction can be viewed closer to the date.

For further details about the auction please visit the Pugh & Company website. 



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