Carluke, South Lanarkshire, ML8
- 77.17 acres
The site is neither in a conservation area, nor does it contain any Listed buildings.
Planning policy is contained by the South Lanarkshire Local Development Plan, adopted 28th June 2015. The Proposals Map identifies the subject property as being a 2014 Housing Land Supply Site. South Lanarkshire Council are currently in the latter stages of preparing a new Local Development Plan, the South Lanarkshire Local Development Plan 2 (LDP2) which will replace the current adopted LDP. Within the proposed LDP2, Law Hospital is identified as both a Housing and a Development Priority Site, for residential and employment generating uses.
The site previously benefitted from planning permission for a mixed use development comprising of 500 residential units, business and local shopping facility with associated roadworks, landscaping and open space (Reference CL/06/0786). Planning permission was granted in February 2007, but was never activated and has subsequently expired.
The vendor is in the process of submitting an outline planning application (including a masterplan) for the wider site. It is expected that successful bidders will then obtain detailed planning consents for the individual phases.
A full scope of remediation work will be undertaken by the vendor and details of these are available upon request.
The vendor invites offers on individual phases, or on the entire site. Offers may be subject to detailed planning for the individual phases. The phase outlines are for indication purposes only and may be subject to minor amendment.
The property is located within South Lanarkshire, approximately one mile to the north east of the village of Law, two miles north of Carluke, and three miles south of Wishaw. The site is located within a primarily rural setting to the immediate east of the A73. To the north west of the site is Law House, the former maternity ward for the hospital, now adapted for use as administrative offices for the NHS Board. The remainder of the site is surrounded by open farm land.
The neighbouring village of Law has a busy high street with a number of local retailers and restaurants, as well as a Co-op supermarket. Further amenities can be found in the popular commuter town of Carluke, which also has Tesco and Aldi supermarkets. Located in the heart of the Clyde Valley, the site is surrounded by beautiful countryside with an extensive range of outdoor pursuits available close by, including fishing, golf, tennis, walking and cycling. The area has is a number of primary and secondary schools, with the nearby Hamilton College offering a local independent option. There is a wider choice of independent fee paying schools available in Glasgow.
Carluke lies within easy commuting distance of Glasgow and Hamilton, with the A73 connecting to the M8 (Junction 6) some 10.3 km (6.4 miles) to the north and the M74 also close by. The town benefits from a railway station providing regular services to Glasgow, Edinburgh and Beyond. There are also a number of local bus services.
Carluke, South Lanarkshire, ML8
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Carluke Station0.6 miles
- Wishaw Station4.3 miles
- Larkhall Station5.4 miles
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