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- CLOSING THURSDAY 4 MARCH 2021 - 12 NOON
- Approximately 44.8 acres.
- Full Planning Permission for use as a quarry with reserves of 7.5 million tonnes.
- Estimated maximum reserves of 9.2 million tonnes.
CLOSING THURSDAY 4 MARCH 2021 – 12 NOON
We have been instructed to this property to a close.
Initial bids must be placed prior to Thursday 4 March 2021 at 12 Noon to ensure inclusion in the next round of bidding.
We will only be accepting further bids after this date from parties who have already made an initial bid.
A bid must include the following;
- The proposed offer amount in pounds sterling.
- Proof of funds must be provided by way of a bank statement or letter from solicitor / accountant.
- Purchaser name and full contact details.
- Purchaser ID – passport / driving licence & utility bill (dated within the last 2 months)
- Your solicitor details.
- Any conditions associated with your bid.
Please note, the vendor reserves the right not to accept the highest, or indeed any, offer made.
The subject land comprises circa 44.8 acres of land currently planted out as forestry land. The land is of varying topography and is laid out in a rectangular shape.
We understand the site is underlain by Silurian sandstone bedrock commonly described as Greywacke or Gritstone.
We understand there is a 999 year lease in place over a small part of the site on the northern boundary, currently in use as a carpark.
The planning permission below exists on the subject land.
**Please note, the planning incorporates the adjoining quarry however the new benches are on the subject land**
Address55 Friary Road Mowhan Armagh
Consent ReferenceLA08/2016/0383/F & LA08/2015/0972/PAN
Granted24 October 2016
Expiry12 October 2021
DescriptionExtension to quarry including consolidation of the existing operational area, provision of an alternative access, landscaping, native species planting and phased restoration.
We note the following key points from the planning permission;- 3 x 15m benches to a maximum depth of 45 metres- Annual extraction is totalled at 300,000 tonnes per annum- Estimated life expectancy of mineral working is 25 years
Interested parties are advised to undertake their own research into the planning consent. Documents can be found on the Planning NI website using the above references.
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