7.93 acres (3.21 Ha) of Land West of Cocker Bar Road, Leyland PR26 7TA
For Sale by informal tender Guide Price £ 90,000
A productive level parcel of arable land suitable for growing most root crops as well as cereals and grass.
The land is currently growing a barley crop under a periodic farm business tenancy expiring 31 October 2023.
The land has good access at the junction of Cocker Bar Road onto an unadopted road leading to Much Hoole Moss.
The land is bordered by a district railway line to it’s east boundary, Carr Brook to it’s south boundary. There is a public footpath running along it’s west boundary. There is frontage and access to the land to it’s north boundary.
The land is held freehold in title number LA830632 with vacant possession available on
1 November 2023. The land is sold subject to the terms of the existing tenancy agreement and the new owner shall notify the tenant of their purchase within two weeks following completion of sale.
There shall be no rent payable by the current tenant to the new landowner nor any rent rebate payable by the vendors to the purchaser, assuming completion of sale occurs prior to 31 October 2023.
Restrictive Covenant – The vendors impose a restrictive covenant against any building to be erected on the land.
Wayleaves & Easements – The land is sold subject to any existing wayleaves, easements etc which may exist, subject to legal confirmation.
Basic Payment Scheme Entitlements – We understand that Basic Payment Scheme Entitlements are not available nor included in the land sale.
Services – We are not aware of any mains services to the land.
Informal tenders are invited by 12 noon on Thursday 10 August 2023.
Please submit tenders to firstname.lastname@example.org to include;
Proof of Funding:
Formal ID (Passport or Driving Licence plus Utility bill):
Guide Price – The land is marketed at a guide price of £ 90,000
Viewing – The land may be viewed unaccompanied during daylight hours.
Please note that the land is growing a crop therefore no dogs allowed whilst viewing. Please walk the tramlines avoiding damaging the crop.
Location: what3words episode.plotter.roughness
These details do not form any part of a binding contract of sale of the land and are produced subject to contract. The vendor is not required to accept the highest or any offer made and may withdraw the land from sale.
We should be in a position to notify tenderers of their success or failure within five working days following the informal tender date.
The purchaser shall pay a non-refundable but deductible deposit of £10,000 to the vendor’s solicitors upon notification of their offer being accepted.
Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 & Business Protection from Misleading Marketing Regulations 2008
SHP VALUERS Ltd for themselves and for vendors of this property who are agents on behalf of give notice that: