The land is situated off Elliot Lane/Whitley Lane, Grenoside to the south of Barnsley and north of Sheffield.
The land is classified as being Grade 3 on the Provisional Agricultural Classification Maps as published by the Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Food.
The soils are identified by the Soil Survey of England and Wales as being “Dale” with their characteristics described as “slowly permeable seasonally waterlogged clayed, fine loamy over clayey and fine silty soils on soft rock, often stoneless”, suitable for “dairying on permanent and short term grassland; some cereals and coniferous woodland”,
Tenure & Possession
The land is to be sold freehold with vacant possession
We are not aware of any services connected to the property and would advise all potential purchasers to make their own enquiries as to their availability.
Wayleaves, Easements & Public Rights of Way
The land will be sold subject to any existing wayleaves, easements & public rights of way.
A Section 31 declaration of ownership has been recorded demonstrating that the vendor has no intention to dedicate any further public rights of way routes other than the ones existing.
Sheffield City Council, PO Box 1283, Sheffield, S1 1UJ
At any reasonable time in possession of these particulars.
£200,000 - £250,000
Contribution to Legal Fees
The purchaser will be required to make a contribution towards the vendors legal/agent fees of up to £1,000 plus VAT
Method of Sale
The land is offered for sale by informal tender and the closing date for tenders is set for 12 noon Thursday 3rd November 2022 (unless previously sold).
The following points particularly apply:
1. Tenders should be submitted, by the due date, in writing on a tender form in a sealed envelope clearly marked “Elliot Lane Tender”.
2. Tenders must be for a precise sum in pounds Sterling and it is advised that tenders should be for an “odd figure” to avoid the possibility of identical bids.
3. No tender will be considered which is only calculable by reference to another tender.
4. Tenderers should state whether their offers are for cash, or whether they are dependent upon borrowing or upon the sale of other property. If borrowing is involved, the source and availability of funds should be confirmed.
5. Letters of tender should include the full names, address and telephone number of the proposed Purchaser, together with the name, address and telephone number of the proposed Purchaser’s solicitors.
6. The Vendors reserve the right not to accept the highest or any specific tender and all tenders are to be submitted and received on a Subject to Contract basis.
7. If a receipt is required, please write your name and address on the back of the envelope and a receipt will be forwarded to you.
8. The sealed envelope should be marked on the outside with the name(s), address(es) and date(s) of birth of the prospective purchaser(s). This is to comply with current Anti -Money Laundering legislation. Only tenders submitted in this way will be accepted. All tenders will remain unopened until after 12 noon on Tender day.