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Orby Road, Burgh Le Marsh

Sale by Tender

Property Description

Key features

  • Prime Residential Development Land
  • Outline Planning Permission for the erection of 6 dwellings on spacious plots
  • Site extends to approx. 1.45 acres
  • Approx 2.50 acres of adjoining land can also be made available by negotiation
  • Situated close to the centre of the popular Market Town of Burgh le Marsh
  • For Sale by Informal Tender
  • Closing date for offers: 12 noon, Wednesday 4th April 2018
  • Sale of all, part or a Joint Venture will be considered

Full description

This is a unique opportunity to develop this prime site situated close to the centre of the popular and sought-after market town of Burgh le Marsh which has a growing population.

This is an attractive, elevated and free draining site of pasture land which gently slopes. The site has extensive views over the surrounding countryside.

The site (edged red on the plan) extending to approximately 1.45 acres (0.59ha) and benefits from outline planning permission for 6 detached dwellings.

The additional 2.50 acres (1.01ha) or thereabouts of adjoining land (edged blue on the plan) includes a small pond surrounded by willow trees. This area which is available by negotiation is included within the Revised Burgh le Marsh Settlement Proposals Map produced by East Lindsey District Council as site BLM 320 being a ?proposed allocated site? for housing.

The vendors would ideally like to see the land sympathetically developed with executive style properties on good sized plots.


PLANS 
The attached plans are reproduced for identification purposes only and do not constitute any part of the contract and prospective purchasers are advised to check boundaries, areas and measurements from their own site inspection.

VIEWING  
Viewing is strictly by appointment, please contact Willsons' Skegness office on (01754) 896100 to arrange to view the site. Prospective purchasers must take care of any potential hazards and enter entirely at their own risk. Please note that cattle occupy the field and therefore dogs are not permitted.

METHOD OF SALE - INFORMAL TENDER 
The land is offered for sale by Informal Tender and best and final offers (subject to contract only) should be made in writing upon the attached form in a sealed envelope marked ?Orby Road?, in the top left hand corner to the agent: Willsons, 16 Algitha Road, Skegness, Lincs. PE25 2AG or by email, subject ?Orby Road Tender? to: j.boulton@willsons-property.co.uk To arrive no later than: 12 noon, Wednesday 4th April 2018. ? It is the responsibility of potential purchasers to ensure that postal submissions have been received by the Agents. ? All offers should be stated in £ Sterling and it is recommended that offers are made for an odd figure to avoid the possibility of duplicate bids. ? Escalating offers or offers made by reference to other offers will not be accepted. ? The Vendors do not undertake to accept the highest or indeed any particular offer. ? The purchaser will be expected to exchange contracts and complete the purchase without any undue delay.

LOCAL AUTHORITIES 
Lincolnshire County Council, Newland, Lincoln, LN1 1YW Tel: 01522 552222 East Lindsey District Council, Tedder Hall, Manby Park, Louth, Lincs, LN11 8UP Tel: 01507 601111

COMPLETION DATE & PAYMENT TERMS 
The vendors appreciate the complex issues regarding the development of this site and are therefore receptive to an outright sale of all or part or a Joint Venture. Contracts will be expected to be completed within a reasonable timescale.

DECLARATION OF INTEREST  
We declare there is a personal interest in the sale of this land. The current owners are related to a Partner of Willsons. Robert Bell and Company are jointly marketing this site.

PLANNING CONDITIONS 
The agent wishes to draw attention to the following conditions:- 8 & 9 - Archaeological Investigation. Due to the presence of significant archaeological remains found during earlier investigations including a Roman road, it is understood that the whole site must be investigated and the findings reported. 11 ? Improvement to Orby Road. Some improvement to the public highway including the provision of a footpath is required to be carried out under a Minor Works Order (Section 278). Please see the enclosed highway re-designs documents which have been agreed with Lincolnshire County Council. Notes to Applicant: 1 The layout, siting and turning areas need to be agreed with the Local Planning Authority. The Design and Access Statement details ?to provide 6 no. Marketable Detached Dwellings ? 2 no. houses and 4 no. bungalows with dormers and all with garages.?

PLANNING PERMISSION  
Outline Planning Permission (S/023/01047/15) was granted by East Lindsey District Council on 26th November 2015 for the erection of 6 dwellings. A copy of the planning notice and other documents can be obtained by visiting the East Lindsey District Council website www.e-lindsey.gov.uk/applications or inspected at the agent's Skegness Office.

DOCUMENTS AVAILABLE 
(from the agent) ? Proposed Development Site Plan ? Design & Access Statement ? Planning Decision ? Percolation Results ? Topographical Survey ? Heritage Impact Assessment ? Highway Redesign ? Archaeological Evaluation ? Quotation ? Archaeology ? Quotations ? Highway Improvements

TENURE 
The red area of land is being offered for sale Freehold with vacant possession upon completion. The blue area of land is currently under a tenancy and if purchased, notice will be required to obtain vacant possession.

ABOUT THE AREA 
Burgh le Marsh is a picturesque and historic market town situated approximately 5 miles inland from the coastal resort of Skegness. It benefits from a Primary School, Doctor's Surgery, Shops including butchers, bakers, florist, variety of pubs and restaurants. It is situated just off the A158 from Lincoln to Skegness and bus routes offer regular services to the city and coastal resort along with other towns and villages between. There are a range of clubs and societies for all ages. Secondary schools, both grammar and comprehensive, a hospital and train station are located in Skegness along with a range of supermarkets and shops, leisure facilities including swimming pools, cinema and theatre.

EASEMENTS, WAYLEAVES & RIGHTS OF WAY 
There is a water supply under the red area of land which serves properties fronting West End. The vendors undertake to install an alternative supply at their own cost as soon as practicably possible but no later than 12 months from completion. The vendors shall retain a vehicular right of way over any new roadway within the red land, up to its western boundary with the blue land. In the event of a sale of the blue land, the vendors shall reserve a similar right of access up to their retained land on the western boundary of the blue land. The land is sold subject to, and with the benefit of any existing obligations and rights, including rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water, electricity supplies and other obligations, quasi-easements and any wayleaves, whether referred to or not in these particulars.

SERVICES 
It is believed that all mains services are available in the locality. Prospective purchasers should make their own enquiries in respect of availability, cost and layout of services to the site.

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20 February 2018

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