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Development Site - Other - Ayrshire

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Location: Scotland

Large site of around 15 acres (subject to survey) with former planning permission for an upmarket luxury hotel of around 51,880 sq. ft in this stunning location near to Dalrymple, with views over the Doon Valley. It is considered likely that an application for a substantial C2 care facility would be...


Care Development Site - Medical and Educational - Ayrshire

Asking Price: £395,000
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Location: Scotland

Site of around two acres (subject to survey) with good potential to achieve planning permission for the construction of a two-storey, 60-bed care facility following the demolition of an existing commercial unit. Located in a highly regarded area within easy reach of this small town and about ten mil...


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Local information: Ayrshire, Scotland

Ayrshire is a former administrative county in the south west of Scotland. The town of Troon on Ayrshire’s coast has become known as a golfing destination, because it has hosted the British Open Golf Championship eight times – two of them in the last seven years. Further back in history, it was the members of Prestwick Golf Club who first created the British Open Championship in 1860 – the club hosted the event 24 times between that year and 1925.

Ayrshire is one of Scotland’s most agriculturally fertile regions. The fields near the coast are home to an abundance of potatoes, and the region also produces pork products, other root vegetables, cattle and strawberries.

The area also has an industrial background, especially in aviation. Prestwick and its international airport have long been the focus of Scotland’s aviation industry and even though aircraft manufacture ceased at the former British Aerospace plant in 1998, several aviation companies are still based on the Prestwick site.