Price on application

Land at Watery LaneNewent, GL18 1QG


    Key features

    • Residential development opportunity
    • Site extending to circa 2.48 acres (1.004 hectares)
    • Lapsed Reserved Matters planning approval
    • For sale by informal tender
    • Offers invited by 12 noon on Tuesday 19th March 2019

    Residential development opportunity in Newent

    About this property

    • The site comprises agricultural land extending to approximately 2.56 acres (1.004 hectares). Broadly square in shape, the land slopes gently from the north western boundary to the south eastern boundary, where it meets Watery Lane. The playing fields of Newent Community School are located opposite the site with the south western boundary of the site delineated by Bradfords Lane and Newent Aboretum. To the north western and north eastern boundaries is Newent cemetery which includes a gateway and Chapels which are Grade II Listed.

    Local information

    • The site is located on the south western edge of Newent, a market town located approximately 9.1 miles (14.6 km) to the east of Ross-on-Wye. Gloucester is approximately 10.6 miles (17.1 km) to the south east with a train station connecting to London in approximately 120 minutes. The market town of Ledbury is located approximately 8.9 miles (13.3 km) to the north.

    Additional information

    • The original outline planning consent (P1513/13/OUT) was issued on 31st January 2014 following a unanimous decision to resolve to grant planning permission by the Planning Committee on 10th December 2013. This planning permission established the principle for the erection of up to 30 dwellings and new access on the site. The approval of the reserved matters decision (P1915/15/APP) was issued on the 17th June 2016, requiring the implementation of the consent by the 17th June 2018. With no material start having been made on site nor the clauses of the S106 being satisfied, the planning permission for the development of the site lapsed in June 2018. Despite the lapsing of the consent, both the previous planning permission and the approval of the associated planning conditions, set the precedent for and the principal of, residential development being acceptable on the site.