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£850,000 Guide priceFor Sale
THE PLOT This site represents the rare opportunity to acquire a freehold development site in one of the Cotswolds most
popular towns, having the benefit of a detailed planning permission in place.
The site is to be found about 1/2 a mile from the town centre of Lechlade on Thames on the edge of the village amongst predominately residential properties fronting Station Road the A361.
The site enjoys a lovely open aspect to the rear over agricultural land and direct access onto the adopted highway.
The site has a frontage of 120 feet and an overall site area of just under 0.4 acres upon which there is a detached dwelling that will need to be demolished prior to development of the site.
Planning permission has been granted for the construction of 6 town houses with parking and good sized rear gardens upon the site.
The full extent of the site is shown edged in red for identification purposes only upon the OS plan within these
VIEWINGS The general location of the site may be viewed at any time, although parties going onto the land do so at their own risk and should observe the privacy of neighbouring householders.
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING Outline planning permission was granted on appeal under Decision Notice APP/F1610/W/16/3160025 dated 19th January 2017, for outline permission to construct 6 town houses.
Reserved matters were granted by Cotswold District Council under Ref. No. 16/00092/OUT dated the 18th January 2018 for the erection of up to 6 dwellings upon the site.
There is no Section 106 Agreement and Cotswold District Council had not introduced Community Infrastructure Levy when the consent was granted.
A copy of both decisions together with the approved plans is available as part of the information pack.
METHOD OF SALE The site is offered for sale by informal tender with offers to be made in writing by 12 noon Tuesday 13th March at the offices of Perry Bishop & Chambers, 2 Silver Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2BL.
The offer should be submitted on the offer form which is available from ourselves by email or post, so as to ensure that all information required is received. The offer may be returned by hand or posted to our Cirencester Office or sent by email to email@example.com.
It is the bidder's responsibility to ensure that their offer is received by the prescribed deadline and the vendor is not bound to accept the highest or any offer.