Offers Over £130,000
Land At Mid-Newlands Laurieston Road, Grangemouth, Falkirk, FK3 8XX
- Productive block of class 3.2 arable land
- Suitable for arable, equestrian or smallholding/hobby farming purposes
- Good vehicular access
- Highly accessible
- As a whole 32 acres (12.94 Ha) approximately
The land has been let in recent years for arable farming purposes with cereal crops grown. Vacant
possession is available from September 2021.
It is recognised that this highly accessible parcel of land may also be suitable for grazing/livestock purposes
though a stock proof fence is not currently in place.
Vehicular access is shown on the site plan.
The land consists of a useful block of arable land which is classed by the James Hutton Institute as being of
3 (2) in quality. The soils are noncalcareous gleys according to the Soil Association, Stirling.
Purchasers should make their own enquiries on flood risk though we understand that SEPA have categorized
this area as having a medium risk of river flooding (annually a 0.5% chance of flooding). For further
information please refer to SEPA. This green belt site is also within the Antonine Wall Heritage buffer zone.
Grangemouth is a town in the Falkirk council area, historically part of the county of Stirlingshire. The town lies in the Forth Valley, on the banks of the Firth of Forth, 3 miles east of Falkirk, 5 miles west of Bo'ness and 13 miles south-east of Stirling. Grangemouth's original growth as a town relied mainly on its geographical location in Central Scotland. Originally a bustling port, trade flowed through the town with the construction of the Forth and Clyde Canal in the 18th century.
The Land is situated to the south of the M9 Trunk Road between junctions 4 and 5, adjacent to Ice House Brae, south of Laurieston Road. Farmland surrounds the subjects to the south and west, Industrial premises and a cycle path can be found to the north of the subjects.
In the event of the purchaser obtaining planning permission development of any part of the property a clawback provision will be inserted in the missives of sale allowing the vendor to recoup 30% of the uplift in value over a 15 year period.