* Residential Development Site * Total Area 0.86 Hectare (2.14 Acre) * Full Planning For 8 Units * Attractive Village Environment * Newark 3 Miles * Nottingham 17 Miles * Read more
* Residential Development Site * Total Area 0.86 Hectare (2.14 Acre) * Full Planning For 8 Units * Attractive Village Environment * Newark 3 Miles * Nottingham 17 Miles *
* Residential Development Site * Total Area 0.86 Hectare (2.14 Acre) * Full Planning For 8 Units * Attractive Village Environment * Newark 3 Miles * Nottingham 17 Miles
A residential building site extending to 0.86 hectare (2.14 acre) or thereabouts with Full Planning Permission for residential development comprising 8 units including 2 conversions and 6 new builds. The site is situated within the very pretty village of East Stoke with just a small population and situated within 3 miles of Newark and a mile or so from Elston where there is an excellent primary school. Bus services run through the village to Newark and Nottingham.
Site access is from School Lane and the Fosse Road. The village is now bypassed by the new A46 dual carriageway. The new road has improved considerably travelling distances to Newark, Nottingham and Leicester and demand has increased generally within the villages lying within the A46 corridor.
The development offers an interesting and varied design concept comprising a new build 4 bedroom barn recreation, a two storey barn conversion, a single storey conversion, a detached one and a half storey barn style 5 bedroom new build two detached houses and a pair of sizeable semi-detached houses.
Main services including water, electricity and gas are understood to be within the street frontages. The site has no significant gradient. There is a walled frontage to Fosse Road, the existing farmhouse is grade II listed but does not form part of the redevelopment site. The site is within the East Stoke Conservation Area.
Town & Country Planning - Full Planning Permission is granted under Newark & Sherwood District Council reference 16/01772/FUL for the conversion of existing redundant agricultural buildings and new build to form 5 dwellings. The conditional Planning Permission is dated 23rd March 2017 and development shall not begin later than 3 years from the date of this permission.
Full Planning Permission is granted under Newark & Sherwood District Council reference 18/00452/FUL for the erection of 3 dwellings following demolition of redundant agricultural buildings. The conditional consent is dated 23rd May 2018. The documents may be viewing on the Newark & Sherwood District Council website: https://www.newark-sherwooddc.gov.uk/planningapplications/ or with Richard Watkinson & Partners.
The vendors have instigated a site investigation and contamination report.
The LCC archaeologist has recommended prior to any ground works the developer should be required to commission a scheme of archaeological works (on the lines of 4.8.1 in the Lincolnshire Archaeological Handbook (2016) in accordance with a written scheme of investigation submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. This relates to condition 4 in the Planning Permission.
Additional Land - The purchasers will be offered subject to contract an option to purchase the land outlined blue by way of a Pre-emption Agreement at market value within 5 years of the date of completion of the sale of the land outlined red.
Community Infrastructure Levy - The CIL notices have been issued and payments will be the developers responsibility on commencement of the development. Phase 1 CIL payable is assessed at £61,677.82. There is no CIL payable for Phase 2.
Schedule Of Areas -
Tenure - The land is freehold and offered with full vacant possession.
Existing Buildings - The farm building labelled A on the attached plan and the farm building (lean to) labelled B on the attached plan are to be dismantled and removed from the site by the outgoing farming company, all other buildings to be demolished will be of the responsibility of the purchasers.
Right Of Way - The vendors shall reserve a right of way through the new access road proposed for the development of three dwellings under planning reference 18/00452/FUL for all times and all purposes.
A right of way at all times and for all purposes will also be reserved on the new access road from School Lane for the benefit of Hall Farm, The White Cottages and numbers 1 & 2 Hall Farm Cottages and retained land.
Services - Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are understood to be available but purchasers should be make their own enquiries as to any technical issues.
Viewing - The site is secure and viewing is strictly by appointment with the selling agents Richard Watkinson & Partners.
Joint Agents - Brown Rural Partnership - Address: 29 Church Street, Macclesfield, SK11 6LB Tel: 01625 434 696 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org