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Lying between the villages of Mayfield and Clifton, and just two miles from Ashbourne town centre, Church Mayfield is a 20.7 acre site that includes industrial buildings, workers’ terraces and two Grade ll listed houses.

A comprehensive Development Statement envisages the ability to deliver around 160 residential units across 11.75 acres of the site, including a small portion of conversion for around 12 units.

Northern Land Agency is delighted to bring this opportunity to market as the sole agents, and conditional and unconditional offers are invited.

All enquiries can now be directed to John or Steven.




The Bourne Hill site is located on the northern edge of Thornton Cleveleys, just two miles from Fleetwood and four miles from Blackpool.

Extending to approximately 20 acres, the site is bounded by existing and prosed residential development and includes an area to the south which is not for development owing to its location in flood Zone 2 and 3.

Under the Wyre Local Plan, the remainder of the site is allocated for a minimum of 153 residential units, considered to be relatively low density for a site of this size. For this reason, increases to the development density would be considered.

Northern Land Agency is pleased to be the sole agents to bring Bourne Hill to market, with conditional and unconditional offers now invited.

All enquiries can now be directed to John or Steven.



Northern Land Agency is delighted to announce it is now acting as sole agents on behalf of United Utilities to dispose of an approx. 3.5 acre allocation of their site at Heckenhurst
Avenue, Burnley, Lancashire.

Located between Pike Hill and Worsthorne, 3km to the east of Burnley town centre, the site benefits from an allocation for 35 residential dwellings. Recognising the greenfield, countryside location of the site, it is expected this will be a high-quality development with a minimum of 60% three-bedroom units.

All enquiries can now be directed to John or Steven.


St. Helens

Extending to over 100 acres and with outline planning permission to develop up to 1,100 residential units, Cowley Hill in St Helens – once the site of the Pilkington’s Glass factory – is one of the largest residential development opportunities brought to the North West market in the last five years.

BXB has used its expertise in planning and remediation to unlock Cowley Hill’s potential and present a coherent, deliverable opportunity, and we’re delighted that Northern Land Agency has been engaged to dispose of this outstanding asset.

All enquiries can now be directed to John or Steven.

Fleetwood Road


Fleetwood Road, Thornton, a site that extends to circa 11.5 acres, is being brought to market by BXB Ltd. for residential led mixed use development. With the benefit of two previous planning permissions for mixed use development, BXB acquired the land, unconditionally.

Now, on behalf of BXB, Northern Land Agency has been instructed to dispose of the land and offers are being invited on both a conditional and unconditional basis.

All enquiries should be directed to John and Steven.