Development opportunity in Mid-Cheshire. Planning permission for conversion of the existing brick buildings to form three dwellings and new garage block. Site area approximately 0.61 acres
The site comprises the former farm buildings to Cross Lanes Farm. It is rectangular in shape and located on the eastern side of Byley Lane. The back buildings have been fire damaged , but comprise a traditional U shaped range that provides the basis for the proposed development. The planning consent allows for the demolition of the steel frame buildings on site and the construction of a three bay garage.
The local Planning Authority is Cheshire West and Chester Council. Planning No. 17/03148/FUL was approved on the 1st December 2017 for the conversion of existing brick buildings to form three dwellings including demolition of steel framed buildings, improvement of access and creation of a three bay garage. A copy of the planning consent and conditions may be inspected online at www.cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk in the planning and building control section.
TITLE & TENURE
The site is Freehold and is to be sold with vacant possession
THE PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT
The approved plans provide for three dwellings arranged in a U shape around a central courtyard. There are views from the rear of each dwelling over countryside
Gross External Floor Area
Unit 1 - 250 sq m
Unit 2 - 238 sq m
Unit 3 - 274 sq m
In addition each dwelling will have a private parking area for a minimum of 2 vehicles and also a single garage.
METHOD OF SALE
The site is to be sold by Private Treaty
STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT
Please contact the selling agents to make an appointment. Buildings on site have been fire damaged and this may present Health & Safety risks.
Rare development opportunity in a pretty rural village.Nigel Lammas