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Dunlop Heywood to Fr Allen: Land to rear of Black Lion Hotel, Walsingham

Position with respect to the view of First National Bank. History of ownership of the Black Lion and a disappearing owner. The bank claims ownership of the land highlighted in red in the attached map. In about 1988, the bank advanced money for a development with 10 cottages but no parking. Times have changed and a planning application for such a development would likely fail. Also, land values have plummeted, however, the bank may sell to regain some of their investment but are not providing a figure. Valuation without a scheme is difficult. The bank is confident it can make a sale with vacant possession but would like to know what may be offered before they embark on Court action, etc. Suggest Fr Allen consider making an offer to stimulate a valuation and perhaps sale. Mr & Mrs Seiquence are the owners of the Black Lion Hotel from October 1991

Dunlop Heywood

Map of land

Hand drawn map: The Black Lion Hotel / Market Place / High Street / Old Grammer [sic] School House. Area of interest outlined in red.

Bond, Arthur

Marked up map of Little Walsingham

OS map showing Little Walsingham. Added key - red shading for Shrine (Diocesan) property; blue shading for other RC bodies (Canon Hume, Marist Fathers, Marist Sisters, Little Sisters of Jesus)

Birch, Clive Rev SM LGSM

Toller & C to First National Commercial Bank: Land at rear of Black Lion Hotel, Walsingham

£90,000 offered by the client. Confirm the pedestrian right of way (marked in yellow on the map attached); done his best to outline the area of interest on the map - client would be interested in the kitchen if offered. Will adjust right of way if not acceptablle to Mr & Mrs Seiquence.

Toller, Christopher FRICS FSVA ACIArb