£29,995 Guide price
Rare developer opportunity to purchase the former Morrison Congregational Church in the popular town of Ayr. There has been a change of use granted with lapsed planning permission for four residential dwellings which can be viewed on the South Ayrshire planning website with reference numbers 07/00745/COU and 07/00901/LBC. The premises are currently in a poor state of repair with sections of roof missing and is listed on the buildings at risk register so no viewings are permitted. Unsafe properties are evidently in a condition that poses a serious risk to the health or safety of occupants or visitors, or where the way the property is marketed suggests it is unsuitable for occupation in that condition. There is little point in a condition survey being undertaken on a property that is unfit for occupation in any case and is being advertised as such.
Lapsed planning for four flats
Unsafe for viewings
Popular town of Ayr
Building at risk
The Seaside Town of Ayr offers a good selection of amenities including shops, cinemas, schools, supermarket, restaurants and public transport services. Bus and rail services give regular links throughout the area to Glasgow if required. The A77/M77 also give easy links into the south side of Glasgow if required with Prestwick Airport being only a short drive away.
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