Duxburys Commercial is delighted to confirm the rare opportunity to purchase this prestigious and prime development land that benefits from outline planning permission for the erection of approximately 269 - 270 dwellings and a multiple acre site for mixed commercial use.
The marketing particulars detail the two Schemes (A & B) in terms of the development of the total land, subject to planning consent.
Expressions of interest in the land, as a whole or potentially in the individual areas, are invited.
The land is located to the west of the A6 / Preston Lancaster New Road, Garstang. The proposed development land is bounded by Nateby Crossing Lane, Croston Barn Lane, Lancaster Canal and the A6 Preston Lancaster New Road, in Nateby / Garstang.
To the west of the land is Garstang Marina and Bridge House Marina. To the east of the site is the dense residential area of Garstang, with Garstang town centre being a short walk from the subject development land.
The surrounding areas include Nateby, Scorton, Cabus, Bonds and Catterall. The A6 runs parallel with the M6 motorway and now connects via the newly constructed bypass named James Towers Way at Junction 1 with the M55 motorway. Access is available via Junction 1 into Fulwood and towards Preston City centre. The M55 connects with the M6 at Junction 32, leading to the motorway network beyond. From the North, take J33 off the M6, onto A6 South and proceed down to Garstang.
Garstang & Surrounding Areas
The land is located within the parishes of Nateby / Garstang and Garstang itself is a market town covered in history. Garstang boasts a thriving high street, well supported by the local residents. It is frequented for shopping trips, family days out and offers all from traditional pub lunches to an array of local businesses, cafes and restaurants. Nateby / Garstang and the surrounding areas can be visited
and enjoyed by car, public transport, bicycle or on foot.
Attractions include the ruins of Greenhalgh Castle, the River Wyre and Lancaster Canal that is navigable for approximately 40 miles and winds through some of the most spectacular scenery in the North West of England. The hills of the Forest of Bowland are close by which is a designated area of outstanding natural beauty. Garstang is in fact the starting point for a range of walking routes through the surrounding scenic pastures and woodlands.
Additional attractions within driving distance include the Barton Grange complex and destination garden centre that is presently constructing a new £8 million facility that will include a curling rink, ten pin bowling, a premium 3-screen cinema, all-weather crazy golf course, two golf simulators and two new restaurants. Dewlay Cheese is a family owned multi-award winning dairy which boasts the country's
first purpose-built viewing gallery and cheese shop. Guy's Thatched Hamlet is situated on the Lancaster Canal at Bilsborrow close to Garstang. Old Holly Farm is a family attraction that includes an open farm, indoor playbarn, café and shop.
Well respected primary and secondary schools are nearby as well as Myerscough College, the University of Central Lancashire and Lancaster University being within commuting distance.
The city centre of Preston is easily accessed via the A6, boasting high street retailers, major retail parks and a vibrant social and cultural scene.
Surrounding towns to include Poulton Le Fylde, Blackpool, Lytham St Annes and Lancaster are within easy reach by car. Kendal and the start of the Lake District is also an approximate 45 minutes commute.