Milnsbridge, Yorkshire - United Kingdom
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Yorkshire's Finest are pleased to present to the market for the first time this highly appealing development site. With planning permission passed for a total of 36 residential units, comprising; the erection of 31 houses in addition to 2 apartments and the conversion of an existing factory into 3 town houses. The planning was granted on 19/11/2002. The development has commenced as so far as the existing factory has been demolished and the 3 town houses referred to are now to be newly built. We therefore understand the planning permission still to be in force. The planning permission has been passed by Kirklees Council under the application number - 2011/62/90822/W1. We are informed, but has of yet not been verified, that the planning permission comes with the following benefits:
The up and coming area of Milnsbridge is an attractive urban are of Huddersfield with the site offering great resale potential. An attractive commuter location for both Leeds and Manchester via the nearby Huddersfield train station and the proximity of the M62 motor way to both junctions 23 and 24 only two to three miles away. There is plenty to do closer to home with the picturesque village of Holmfirth and its plethora of quirky shops and bars so close, and the walks of the surrounding Peak District and West Yorkshire countryside a few steps away. If you are looking for more conventional town life then you won't have far to go. Huddersfield and it's busy town centre is a 5 minute drive away for those wanting to do some high street shopping or head to one of the town's many restaurants.
Further north, you will find the growing metropolis of Leeds, with the new multi-million pound shopping Trinity Shopping Centre and a raft of new eateries and watering holes recently opening. If you want to get active, the local sports facilities are excellent with gyms and artificial pitches nearby. For a watching brief, Huddersfield Town fc, or the Terriers as they are known locally, play their home games at the John Smith's stadium - which they share with leading rugby league team Huddersfield Giants. Leeds is the home of Yorkshire County Cricket Club which also plays host to many England internationals. Wetherby, Pontefract and Doncaster have some of the finest racecourses in the country where you can witness the best racehorses in the world compete. For a more cultured pursuit, theatres in Huddersfield, Sheffield and Leeds offer a wide variety of entertainment, for bigger acts the newly opened Leeds Arena has already hosted an impressive list of international stars - whilst the Holmfirth Picturedrome has regular gigs of both old and new artists. Taylor Valve Works is the perfect mix of countryside and city living, situated ideally in a traditional West Yorkshire village just minutes away from the region's biggest towns and cities.
Although the benefits of investing in building land are attractive for many, it is important to ensure you research your potential land purchase thoroughly before you sign any contract or part with your cash. Like any property acquisition, there can be significant pitfalls if you fail to take the time to conduct your research and complete your due diligence stages… buyer beware.