Land at Hall Barn Road, Isleham, CB7
Land off Hall Barn Road, Isleham, Cambs, CB7 5RJ
LOCATION The property is located approximately 800m southwest of the centre of the village of Isleham in Cambridgeshire.
Isleham is a village located approximately 15 kilometres (9.5 miles) south east of Ely and 13 kilometres (8 miles) north of Newmarket.
Isleham is a well-served village with amenities including a primary school, village shops, a community centre, sports clubs and several public houses.
Both Ely and Newmarket have good rail links to Cambridge and London (Liverpool Street and Kings Cross) with regular trains during peak hours.
DESCRIPTION The property comprises a level site which extends to 1.00 hectares (2.47 acres) of agricultural land. The site is bounded by commercial development to the north, with agricultural land to the south and west. The land to the east of the site has planning permission for residential development.
PLANNING Outline planning permission (ref: 16/00629/OUM) was granted by East Cambridgeshire District Council on 3rd May 2019 for the erection of buildings to accommodate up to 4,160 square metres for B1, B2 and B8 uses and associated development on land allocated by Policy ISL6 of the adopted Local Plan, adjacent to Hall Barn Road Industrial Estate.
The proposed development under the Design and Access Statement comprises 26 commercial units for B1, B2 and B8 use with a floor place of 160m2 over two floors. The indicative mix comprises 30% B1, 40% B2 and 30% B8 units.
ARCHAEOLOGY The developer will be required to prepare a Written Scheme of Investigation in order to discharge the archaeological condition prior to commencement of development.
ACCESS Vehicular access to the site is from Hall Barn Road which is an adopted highway. A 7.3m wide carriageway is proposed, running into the site with a 2m wide pedestrian footway on the north side of the access road.
The developer will be required to implement the proposed highway junction improvements at Hall Barn Road and Fordham Road prior to the first occupation of the site.
The property is situated in Flood Zone 1.
NOISE ASSESSMENT The developer will be required to prepared submit a noise assessment report for any B2/B8 use prior as part of any reserved matters application.
LIGHTING PLAN The developer will be required to prepared submit a lighting plan as part of any reserved matters application.
FIRE HYDRANTS The developer will be required to agree the provision of fire hydrants or equivalents as part of any reserved matters application.
SURFACE WATER DRAINAGE The developer will be required to prepare a detailed surface water drainage scheme as part of any reserved matters application.
WORKPLACE TRAVEL PLAN The developer will be required to submit a Workplace Travel Plan as part of any reserved matters application.
ECOLOGY The developer will be required to implement the recommendations set out in the Ecology Reconnaissance Report prior to the commencement of works. The report is available in the Information Pack in the dataroom.
UTILITIES Details of the available utilities are in the Utility and Infrastructure Report available in the Information Pack in the dataroom.
WAYLEAVES, EASEMENTS, COVENANTS AND RIGHTS OF WAY The property is sold subject to all wayleaves, easements, covenants and rights of way whether or not disclosed.
The overhead power line across the development site referenced in the planning documents has been removed and replaced by an underground cable along the southern and eastern boundaries of the site. A copy of the Deed of Easement is available in the Information Pack in the dataroom.
TENURE The freehold of the property, as shown edged in red on the attached plan for illustrative purposes only, is offered for sale with vacant possession on completion.
VALUE ADDED TAX The vendor has not made an election to waive the VAT exemption on the property and therefore VAT will not be payable on the purchase price.
METHOD OF SALE The property is offered for sale by informal tender with a guide price of £400,000.
OVERAGE PROVISION The site is sold subject to the existing planning permission for commercial development. If within a period of 10 years from the date of the conveyance, the purchaser obtains planning permission for a change of use to residential, then the purchaser will pay 50% of any increase in value attributed to residential development to the vendor, less the costs of obtaining the planning permission for residential development.
FURTHER INFORMATION A comprehensive information pack which includes copies of the planning documents, deed of easement and copies of the registered title documents can be downloaded from a dedicated data room as follows:
East Cambridgeshire District Council,
A. Davies Esq., Metcalfe Copeman and Pettefar LLP,
Cage Lane, Thetford, Norfolk,
PLANNING ENQUIRIES I Smith Esq, Cheffins, Clifton House,
1-2, Clifton Road,
VIEWING Strictly by appointment with the Selling Agents:
Cheffins, 25 Market Place, Ely, CB7 4NP
Tel: 01353 654 900
Email: jonathan. or ralph.
Land at Hall Barn Road, Isleham, CB7
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Kennett Station5.5 miles
About the agent
Established in 1825, Cheffins estate agency business operates from five offices across the Anglian region including Ely, Cambridge, Saffron Walden, Newmarket and Haverhill; we also have an office at St James's Place in London.
Cheffins has proven track record in buying and selling residential property. The team at Cheffins in Ely has significant experience and expertise in the property market and buyers and sellers receive a personal and professional service.<
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