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About the property
PLEASE CONTACT LYNSEY CAUNTER ON 01202 550114 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION The site comprises of a vacant area of land
adjacent to 127 Belle Vue Road, Bournemouth
The site is located in a highly desirable area of Southbourne, within walking distance to the beach and easy access to local
transport, shops and amenities.
The site has planning permission for the erection of a 3 storey building, comprising of a ground floor shop with two flats above plus bin and cycle stores. BCP Council planning application number 7-2007-7196-D. We understand there has been confirmation of the commencement of
There have been two non-material amendments (application numbers: 7-2010-7196-E and 7-2010-7196-F respectively) and most recently a minor material amendment (application number: 7-2020-7196-G).
Offers are invited for the freehold interest on an unconditional basis.
The local authority is Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council.
Unless otherwise stated terms are strictly exclusive of Value Added Tax and interested parties must satisfy themselves as to the incidence of this tax in the subject case.
Development opportunity for sale
Vacant plot of land
Planning granted for shop & 2 flats
We are awaiting verification of these details by the seller(s).
These particulars are believed to be correct, but their accuracy is not guaranteed and they do not form an offer or contract. STRICTLY SUBJECT TO CONTRACT, ALL MEASUREMENTS APPROXIMATE. Agents note:
At no time have we undertaken a structural survey and services have not been tested. Interested parties should satisfy themselves as necessary, to the structural integrity of the premises and condition/working order of services, plant or equipment.
Enquiries should be made to the appropriate authorities and prospective purchases are advised that they are entirely responsible for ensuring that their proposed needs are met.
All measurements are approximate only. The site area measurement has been taken from an ordnance survey extract and has not been checked on site by Goadsby. Therefore, any measurement cannot be guaranteed and prospective buyers should satisfy themselves prior to entering into any agreement
MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS
Under Money Laundering Regulations, we are obliged to verify the identity of a proposed purchaser once a sale has been agreed and prior to instructing solicitors. This is to help combat fraud and money laundering and the requirements are contained in statute. A letter will be sent to the proposed purchaser once terms have been agreed