Land for saleDevelopment Land, Boston Road, NG34
11.3 ac. | POA
- 11.3 acres (4.6 hectares)
- Residential Development Site
- 4.57 Ha (11.3 Acres)
- Outline Planning Permission
- Up to 100 Dwellings
- Sought After Village Location
- Adjacent Parkland Setting
- 250m from Central Village Area
- Previously Undeveloped
- EPC Exempt
A rare development opportunity within a large, sought after village, located approximately 10 km (6 miles) to the east of Sleaford. The site is situated adjacent to an attractive parkland setting and extends to approximately 4.57 ha (11.3 acres) with outline planning permission for the construction of 100 dwellings.
The site is situated on the eastern edge of the village adjacent to an attractive parkland setting but within 250 metres of the village centre. The village is served by a railway station, local supermarket, recently extended doctors surgery, dentist and primary school, together with other local shopping and leisure facilities, and boasts the countrys only surviving working 8 sail windmill. The market town of Sleaford is situated approximately 10 km (6 miles) to the west and provides outstanding secondary schooling including boys and girls grammar schools and joint sixth form. Main line rail services are available at Grantham 34 km (21 miles) and Newark 38 km (24 miles) connecting with London Kings Cross station.
Outline Planning Permission (subject to a Section 106 Agreement) was granted by North Kesteven District Council on the 8th March 2016 under reference 14/0696/OUT for the construction of 50 dwellings on the southern parcel; the Council have resolved to grant outline planning permission for the construction of 50 dwellings (awaiting completion of a Section 106 Agreement) under reference 16/0532/OUT on the northern parcel. Copies of relevant documentation are available upon request from the selling agent.
The property extends to approximately 4.57 ha (11.3 acres) and currently comprises two parcels of previously undeveloped agricultural land. The land is partly enclosed by mature hedging and benefits from a direct road frontage of approximately 217 metres (712 feet) to Boston Road. The site represents the only major allocation for housing development for the village within the emerging Central Lincolnshire Local Plan.
There are no services connected to the land. All mains services are connected to the village (including fibre broadband); prospective purchasers should establish for themselves the availability and cost of connection. There is an electricity line across the site which is subject to a standard wayleave agreement and is removable upon notice to the relevant statutory body.
The site has direct access to Boston Road which forms a part of the public highway.
North Kesteven District Council District Council Offices Kesteven Street Sleaford NG34 7EF
Method of Sale:
For Sale by Private Treaty Offers are Invited for the Freehold Interest
Viewing and Further Information:
Viewing Strictly by Appointment Contact: Andrew Bland 01205 359900 / 07740 155885 firstname.lastname@example.org 24 Wide Bargate, Boston, PE21 6RX
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