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Care Development Site - Other - Lanarkshire

Asking Price: £1,000,000
Location: Scotland

Substantial site of just under four acres with planning permission to construct a 90-bed care facility with all ground floor rooms although there will be a two-storey element to a small part of the building. Located in a village near Lanark with countryside views and within easy reach of Lanark town...

Boarding Kennels & Dog Grooming Service - Services - Lanarkshire

Asking Price: £640,000
Location: Scotland

Lanarkshire, Currently operated to suit our clients lifestyle. Licensed for 40 dogs and stables for 10, all weather floodlit rubber outdoor school/arena. Substantial 13 acre site including kennels, dog grooming business, shop, 4 bed detached property, stables, tack room, feed room. Extremely popular...

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Local information: Lanarkshire, Scotland

The Lanarkshire County Council was officially superseded by the Strathclyde region in 1975, and since 1996 has been under the administration of the North Lanarkshire and South Lanarkshire council areas. North Lanarkshire and South Lanarkshire have a joint board for valuation and electoral registration, and also one for health. Without the northern portion of North Lanarkshire, this is also a Lieutenancy area.

Lanarkshire is bounded to the north by Stirlingshire and a detached portion of Dunbartonshire, to the northeast by Stirlingshire, West Lothian, to the east by Peeblesshire, to the southeast and south by Dumfriesshire, to the southwest by Dumfriesshire and Ayrshire and to the west by Ayrshire, Renfrewshire and Dunbartonshire. The city of Glasgow was part of Lanarkshire until 1893.

Its geographical features include the North Medwin River and the South Medwin River, which form the Medwin water basin and eventually join the River Clyde near Carnwath.