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The village of Arisaig offers a range of local amenities that include medical services, a primary school, a local shop with post office, restaurants and a pub. Local attractions include Land, Sea
and Islands Centre and a stop on the world famous West Highland line for the Jacobite steam train. Nearby are Camusdarach Beach and the Silver
Sands of Morar, and Traigh Golf Course which is the most Westerly golf course on the UK mainland. Further amenities can be found in Mallaig that include banking facilities, a secondary school
and swimming pool.
The site is located above the A830 and extends to approximately 2.17 acres (0.88 hectare). The site gently slopes east to west, with the proposed access off Station Road. The site is bounded to
the east by Station Road, to the south by the A830 and to the north by the West Highland line. The boundary to the west is unfenced. The site benefits from excellent views to the west over the village and out towards the Small Isles of Eigg, Rum and Muck.
The site benefits from outline planning consent for the erection of 6 units (dated 29th February 2016
ref: 07/00532/OUTLO; 07/00539/OUTLO; 07/00540/OUTLO; 07/00541/OUTLO; 07/00542/OUTLO; 07/00543/OUTLO). The 6 units have consent for private housing units, subject to the
settlement of the Affordable Housing Commuted Payment under a Section 75 agreement with The Highland Council, and agreement to a road bond which amount may be open to negotiation
and will require to be agreed with the Highland Council. This will be left to the purchaser to arrange.
Technical Information Pack
A Technical Information Pack has been prepared containing the Planning Consent and Section 75 Agreement. The Technical Information Pack is
available to interested parties upon request.
There are mains supplies of water, electricity and drainage near to the site. It is understood that capacity exists within the mains utility infrastructure to serve this site. However any prospective purchasers are advised to make their
own enquiries with the relevant Utility Company/Authority.
Third Party Rights and Burdens
The property will be sold subject to and with the benefit of all servitude rights, burdens, reservations and any other third party rights however so
constituted. The vendor will retain servitude rights over the site to access land to the west.
Our clients are seeking offers for their freehold interest in Station Road. Consideration will also be given to offers for the sites individually.
in Scottish Legal Form should be submitted to the Selling Agents at their Fort William office. Parties are asked to satisfy themselves that they fully
understand the implications of offering under Scottish Law. A closing date may be fixed and prospective Purchasers are advised to register their interest with the Selling Agents. Further details
with regard to offer requirements will be circulated prior to a closing date being set. Each party will be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in this
transaction. Our clients are not bound to accept the highest or indeed any offer.
Viewing and Further Information
Viewing is by appointment only. Any enquiries or requests for further information should be directed to the Selling Agents.
Heading into the village of Arisaig from Fort William direction take the second right signposted Arisaig Station and the site is located on the immediate left.
Date of Entry
Date of entry will be by mutual agreement.
Highland Council, Glenurquhart Road Inverness IV3 5NX
Tel: 01349 886606
Carn Dearg House, North Road,
Fort William, PH33 6PP