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Former Play Area, Hillside Crescent, Brierley, Barnsley, S72

Removed 0.1 ha. | £20,000

Property Description

Commercial information

  • 0.25 acres (0.1 hectares)

Key features

  • Former play area
  • Freehold site of 0.10 hectares (0.25 acres)
  • Adjoins residential property
  • Potential for development (STC)

Full description

On Instructions from Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council (Logo)

The area is approached via a driveway running to the side of number 11 and 13 Hillside Crescent which runs off Brierley Road

The Site
The land is identified on the adjoining plan and amounts to approximately 0.10 hectares (0.25 acres)

The site is located within a Housing Policy area in the UDP and Urban Fabric in the Local Plan Publication however the site is identified as an area of greenspace in the Local Plan therefore compensation would be payable for any loss. The Multi-Use Games Area has been declared surplus therefore in order to support a planning application on the site a case would have to be put forward to justify that the current use would have less of an impact on the surroundings than a small in-fill residential development. The site borders a public right of way and existing pedestrian access rights over the site from Hillside Crescent to the right of way will have to be considered as part of any proposed development. Interested parties are advised to make their own planning and highways enquiries in respect of possible proposals.


Prospective Purchasers should note that the Conditions of Sale for this lot include a requirement that the Purchaser pays Barnsley Council's legal costs and a 5% premium in addition to the price bid


On site at any reasonable time

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