Rear of Page Close, Sibsey, Boston
- Residential Development Land
- Outline Planning Permission
- up to 80 properties
- Approx. 9.21 acres (STS)
An exciting residential development opportunity located in the popular village of Sibsey and with outline planning permission for up to eighty properties. Plot size approximately 9.21 acres, subject to survey.
Planning Application - East Lindsey District Council application reference number: S/152/02224/19. Outline erection of up to 80no. dwellings was granted on 18 June 2020. Planning permission states a minimum of 30% affordable housing but no contributions in the Section 106 agreement.
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The Site - The site is located on the northern edge of the village of Sibsey, which is itself is approximately 7km to the north of Boston Located to the west of Main Road in Sibsey it measures approximately 3.73 hectares in area and currently comprises undeveloped farmland.
The site is bound by existing residential properties served from Page Close and Main Road to the east and undeveloped agricultural land to the west and north. The northern and western sides of the site are bound by arable fields, although there are currently no features marking these boundaries. The southern edge of the site is formed by a mature hedgerow beyond which is an area of pasture. The topography of the site is generally flat, although there is a very slight slope from south and east to the north-west. A single existing tree sits within the site boundary along the Main Road frontage.
Sibsey - Sibsey is located within the Lincolnshire Fens. It lies on the A16, approximately 7 kilometres north of Boston and 52 kilometres east of Lincoln. A small village it is surrounded by agricultural land, but within easy reach of the market town of Boston and the coastal resort of Skegness. With a population of approximately 2000 the village is surrounded by flat, low lying drained fenland with expansive views available. The intensively farmed medium to large scale arable fields form large crop areas, with field boundaries defined by open ditches and occasional hedgerows. Sibsey Trader Mill is a prominent landmark within the landscape and heritage feature, the village is within easy reach of the market town of Boston and the coastal resort of Skegness.
Local Facilities - The site benefits from a number of key services and facilities within walking distance, via footways along the local highway network and traffic free footpaths. The pedestrian catchment area includes the following facilities;
• Sibsey Primary School, Main Road.
• Convenience Store (Costcutter) and Post Office, Main Road.
• Public House (White Hart), Main Road.
• Place of Worship - St Margaret’s Church, Old Main Road.
• Sibsey Village Hall, Frithville Road.
• Recreation Ground, off Frithville Road.
• Sibsey Bowling Club, Old Main Road.
• Bus Stop for services from and towards Boston on Main Road.
Given the facilities contained within acceptable walking distance of the site, and the existing pedestrian infrastructure provided along the desire lines, the site is considered to be in a sustainable location.
Access - The development will be accessed from Main Road via a new access point located at the eastern boundary. The access point has been the subject of consultation and agreement with the local highway authority.
The Plot - The site is approximately 9.21 acres (3.73 hectares), subject to survey. Whilst we believe the area of the property has been accurately calculated, any prospective buyer who considers this feature to be particularly important is strongly recommended to have the site measurements checked by their own surveyor before submitting an offer to purchase.
Viewing - By appointment with Newton Fallowell - telephone .
Agent's Notes - Please note these are draft particulars awaiting final approval from the vendor, therefore the contents within may be subject to change and must not be relied upon as an entirely accurate description of the property. Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct, their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.
These particulars are issued in good faith but do not constitute representations of fact or form part of any offer or contract. The matters referred to in these particulars should be independently verified by prospective buyers or tenants. Neither Newton Fallowell nor any of its employees or agents has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.
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- Boston Station4.9 miles
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