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Industrial land extending to approximately 1.37acres with high future development potential


Offers In Excess of 

Circa 5000ft2

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Industrial land extending to approximately 1.37acres with high future development potential


The land is situated on the west side of Hesketh Lane between the two village centres of Tarleton and Hesketh Bank opposite to Tarleton Catholic Church. 

The village is located just off the main A59 Preston to Liverpool Road. It is 8 miles north east of Ormskirk, 14 miles south west of Preston and 10 miles east of Southport. 

The site extends to approximately 1.37acres with a range of commercial and industrial units extending to approximately 5000ft2.  

Interested parties should make their own enquiries with the statutory service providers however we are informed the site benefits from mains connection to water, electricity and sewers. 

The property is offered freehold with vacant possession. Information on title will be provided upon request by interested parties. 

There are various access rights reserved and a restrictive covenant from a previous conveyance over the land. Further information can be provided on enquiry.

Method of Sale
The land is offered for sale by private treaty.

Health and Safety
Prospective purchasers are respectfully reminded that they should take all reasonable precautions when viewing the property and observe necessary health and safety procedures.  

The Vendors for themselves and Wignalls Chartered Surveyors as their agents accept no liability for any health and safety issues arising out of viewing the property.

The land is situated north of the settlement of Tarleton and is within a Protected Land designation under Policy GN1 of West Lancashire Council’s local plan. 

There are various planning consents relating to the property, however we are informed that the buildings have been used for industrial/commercial purposes for a period in excess of 10 years. 

It is recommended that interested parties seek their own planning advice and make their own enquiries with West Lancashire Council (tel. 01695 577177). 
All enquiries should be directed to Tom Wignall by calling the office or emailing

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