Savills | Land to east of Holly Lane, Belstead, Ipswich | Property for sale
Price on application

Land to east of Holly LaneBelstead, Ipswich

  • Freehold

Key features

  • Residential development opportunity
  • Outline planning permission up to 14 dwellings (10 open market, 4 affordable)
  • Unconditional offers invited

Residential development opportunity - Land on east of Holly Lane, Belstead, Suffolk

About this property

  • The Property measures approximately 1.12 hectares (2.76 acres) and comprises agricultural land. Immediately to the north of the site is the A14, and beyond this, the outskirts of Ipswich. The Property is directly bound by Holly Lane to the west, with further agricultural land beyond, Grove Hill to the south east, a residential dwelling to the east and open agricultural land to the north and north east. The Property is located in Flood Zone 1. There are no designated heritage assets within or adjacent to the Property.

Local information

  • The Property is located in the village of Belstead, approximately 3.98 km (2.47 miles) to the south east of Ipswich, 20.92 km (13 miles) north east of Colchester and 35.6 km (22.12 miles) south east of Bury St Edmunds.
  • There are a range of facilities within the village, including a village hall, church, The Bridge School for children with learning difficulties and Belstead Brook Hotel and Spa. The Property benefits from good transport links with the A14 running from Felixstowe towards Birmingham and the A12 running via Colchester to London. The nearest train station is Ipswich Railway Station, located approximately 3.37 km (2.1 miles) north east of the Property, with regular services to London Liverpool Street, Cambridge and Felixstowe.
  • From the 2011 census, Belstead had an estimated population of 202

Additional information

  • The Property comprises agricultural land, extending to approximately 1.12 hectares (2.76 acres) and benefits from an outline planning permission for the erection of up to 14 dwellings (10 open market and 4 affordable dwellings).
  • The method of disposal is by Private Treaty. Interested parties will be required to submit offers on an unconditional basis. Interviews may be held thereafter.
  • Preference will be given to clean bids and to parties who can clearly demonstrate they have undertaken full analysis of the site.
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