Residential Development for saleWheldrake Hall Farm, Wheldrake, York, YO19 6AW
Withdrawn from Market POA
- EXCELLENT DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY
- POTENTIAL FOR AT LEAST 8 DWELLINGS
- GOOD ROAD ACCESS/SERVICES
- ACCESS TO LOCAL AMENITIES
- CONDITIONAL OFFERS INVITED
- FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY
- FREEHOLD WITH VACANT POSSESSION
TOTAL SITE AREA APPROXIMATELY 1.40 ACRES
AGRICULTURAL BUILDINGS EXTENDING TO APPROXIMATELY 21,388 SQ FT
WITH PLANNING PERMISSION GRANTED FOR CONVERSION TO OFFICES
WITH EXCELLENT PROSPECTS FOR RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT(SUBJECT TO OBTAINING PLANNING PERMISSION)
CONDITIONAL OFFERS INVITED
FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY
FREEHOLD WITH VACANT POSSESSION
MORE INFORMATION & VIEWINGS : Contact DDM Agriculture on 01652 653 669
The plot is offered for sale freehold with the benefit of vacant possession.
City of York Council, West Offices, Station Rise, York, YO1 6GA, Telephone (01904) 551550.
Viewing is strictly by appointment with DDM Agriculture, Eastfield, Albert Street, Brigg, DN20 8HS, telephone (01652 653669).
Method of Sale
The property is being offered for sale by Private Treaty. Interested parties are invited to register their interest as soon as possible. Conditional offers will be accepted. The Selling Agents reserve the right to convert this Private Treaty process to Best & Final Offers at anytime. Interested parties are invited to speak to Tony Dale of the Selling Agents on (01652) 653669 or 07970 126302 to discuss their interest.
Additional Supporting Information
Other documents available from the Selling Agents which were carried out in support of the change of use to Offices (B1 Use) include a Structural Survey, Sound Level Report, Contamination Report and Indicative Plans for Residential Conversion.
The site currently extends to approximately 1.40 acres (0.57 hectares) with the buildings extending to approximately 21,388ft2, comprising a range of former livestock buildings being a combination of steel portal framed structures, under a corrugated fibre cement roof, over a sealed concrete floor. The walls are constructed of breeze block with timber space boarding to the eaves. The outside yard area is laid to concrete.
Town and Country Planning
Full planning permission was granted by the City of York Council on 17 August 2005 (05/01788/FULM) for the conversion and alteration of the existing farm buildings to offices (B1 Use), including car parking and landscaping. The Local Authority have confirmed in writing that works undertaken on site have constituted the commencement of the development for the purposes of Section 56 of the Town & Country Planning Act 1990. The consent was subject to conditions and copies of the decision notice and plans are available for inspection at the Selling Agents' office by prior appointment, on our website, or can be e-mailed out upon request.
Residential Development Opportunity
An informal approach was submitted to the City of York Council in June 2013 with the aim to seek an informal opinion as to the likelihood of converting the former agricultural buildings into eight residential dwellings. The details of that opinion can be viewed on the Selling Agents' website. The conversion to residential use is considered sustainable and broadly acceptable.
The buildings currently have the benefit of a three phase electricity supply and mains water. Interested parties should make their own enquiries regarding connection costs and all supply matters.
Access for Building Construction
A temporary right of access will be offered to the successful Purchaser(s) to access the site for construction purposes only via the private farm drive which is accessible directly from Church Lane (see Site Plan).
GENERAL REMARKS AND STIPULATIONS
The village of Wheldrake is a very popular residential area, situated approximately 9 miles south east of York and offers excellent access on to the A64 dual carriageway for travelling further afield. The A1(M) is located 19 miles to the west of the village and the town of Selby lies approximately 12 miles to the south. The buildings are located to the south eastern outskirts of the village and whilst situated within the Green Belt and just outside the village settlement, the site has good access to services including shops, a public house, doctors surgery and a Primary School. The village of Wheldrake also falls within the catchment area for the popular Fulford Secondary School near York. Access to the site is from Church Lane, via the existing housing development known as the Paddocks (see Site Plan marked in Red).
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