Closing date set for 12 noon on 6th December 2023
The town of Alexandria is situated approximately 17 miles north west of Glasgow City Centre, within the ‘Vale of Leven’. Access to the M8 national motorway network can be gained via the Erskine Bridge or the Clyde Tunnel.
The subject property is located on the east side of George Street, Bonhill. The surrounding area is predominantly residential in character.
The subjects comprise a single storey workshop building with a pitched roof and a pedestrian access door to the front. The building sits on a level site which is fenced.
The building has an electricity and mains water supply. No warranty will be provided regarding the condition of these services and prospective purchasers will require to satisfy themselves as to the suitability of these utilities.
Internally the building is divided into a storage/ workshop area to the front with a rear kitchen and toilet area.
The building itself is in a poor state of repair and no reports will be provided concerning the condition of the building.
Net Internal Area is as follows: Ground Floor: 51.47 sqm ( 554 sq ft) or thereby.
The site area extends to 216 sqm or thereby.
The property is entered in the Valuation Roll at NAV/RV (2023) at £1,450 per annum. Further information can be obtained by contacting the Assessor’s Office, Clydebank on telephone number 0141-562-1272 or visit their website at: www.saa.gov.uk
We are advised that the property is within a residential area/existing neighbourhood as defined by the adopted local plan and proposed local development plan. Residential or community use would be the most compatible uses in this area. A small retail store (but not a hot food take-away) could also be an acceptable use subject to gaining the appropriate planning consent.
Interested parties are advised to contact Planning and Building Standards at West Dunbartonshire
Council. TEL: 0141 951 7930 to discuss any proposals they might have for the property.
Immediate entry is available.
The property is not elected for vat.
We are seeking offers for the benefit of the Councils interest in the property. It is likely that a Closing date will be set for receipt of offers and it is strongly recommended that parties’ register their interest in writing.