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Bartle Lane, Lower Bartle, Preston

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Key features

  • Fantastic development opportunity
  • Outline Planning Permission for four detached dwellings
  • Plot extending to 0.31 acres (0.12 hectares) OTA
  • Sought-after location with excellent accessibility to motorway network and local amenities
  • Rural views and peaceful setting

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

Armitstead Barnett are delighted to offer Development Plot at Lawton House Farm to the market, being a superb opportunity to purchase a site with the benefit of Outline Planning Consent for the erection of four dwellings following the demolition of an existing barn, under application number 06/2020/0195. The permission was granted as of the 16th June 2020 by Preston City Council. With site area extending to approximately 0.31 ac (0.12 ha) OTA, the site benefits from a rural outlook and excellent accessibility to Preston and local amenities.Located within open countryside as identified by the red point on the location map, this site benefits from a rural setting with an attractive outlook onto agricultural pasture land. The site has the advantage of roadside frontage on to Bartle Lane which imparts excellent connectivity to the motorway network of West Lancashire including the M55 and subsequently the M6 via Junction 32. Preston Town Centre can be reached inside 15 minutes making this site desirable to those wishing to commute and those requiring easy access into the City whilst also looking to benefit from the surrounding countryside. Nearby Cottam also provides a wide range of amenities close at hand, and the area benefits from excellent primary and secondary schools, amongst other attractions.

The surrounding locality is benefitting from ongoing development and improvement, to include the Preston West Distributor which will enable easier access to the motorway network and therefore provide improved connectivity to the surrounding County.

Development sites of this nature are not often offered to the market, therefore, this is a rare opportunity for a developer to build four bespoke properties within a desirable rural location.

The Decision Notice cover page is given with the sales brochure, along with additional planning documentation for reference. The full details of the Outline Planning Consent can be found via the Preston City Council Planning Portal using the previously mentioned application number.



Bartle Lane, Lower Bartle, Preston


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Salwick Station1.9 miles
  • Preston Station3.8 miles
  • Kirkham & Wesham Station4.3 miles
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Armitstead Barnett, Garstang

Market Place, Garstang, PR3 1ZA

Armitstead Barnett, Garstang

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Armitstead Barnett Chartered Surveyors and Estate Agents in Lancashire has roots dating back to 1890 and had predominantly operated under the name T. Armitstead & Son. The company has

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