Price on application

Land at Great Haddon, PeterboroughGreat Haddon

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Outline planning permission for up to 1,499 residential units
  • Available with vacant possession
  • Offered by way of informal tender
  • Bids invited for the entire site on a freehold basis

Strategic Urban Extension for sale by informal tender

About this property

  • The Property comprises approximately 67 hectares (166 acres) of undeveloped agricultural land and a number of agricultural barns and grain storage facilities, which are accessed via a farm track from the A15 London Road. To the north of the Property is open agricultural countryside which forms the wider Great Haddon SUE controlled by Barratts directly to the north west and O&H Properties Limited controlling the remainder. The A15 London Road and New Road with the A1(M) beyond contain the Property along the southern and western boundaries with Junction 16 and Norman Cross, a Napoleonic prisoner of war camp (Scheduled Ancient Monument), located to the south west. Beyond Norman Cross is a Premier Inn Hotel off junction 16 of the A1(M).

Local information

  • The Property is situated to the south of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire and to the western edge of the village of Yaxley. It is bounded to the south by the A15 London Road and the west by the A1(M) motorway