7.96 Ac(3.22 Ha)
Price on application

St. Georges WalkHarrogate, North Yorkshire, HG2 9DX

  • Under offer
  • Freehold

Key features

  • Benefit of Outline Planning Permission for 88 dwellings.
  • Located in a central and highly-regarded area of Harrogate.
  • Well designed scheme of 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom dwellings
  • Offers are invited on a Joint Venture basis by Noon on the 7th July.

Prime Residential Development Opportunity, with the benefit of outline planning permission for 88 dwellings.

About this property

  • The subject site is currently laid out as a British Telecom (BT) training centre, complete with practice telegraph climbing poles. The site is surplus to BT’s requirement and will be vacant from 14th June 2017. The site topography is relatively flat. There are a number of existing facilities on the site associated with the BT use, which are of circa 1980s brick construction and have accompanying car parking spaces. There is some limited tree cover that is concentrated along the site’s southern boundary forming part of established hedge lines. Bus stops, cycle ways, footpaths and the road network are conveniently located within the immediate vicinity of the site and numerous amenities and employment opportunities are also on hand. The site is within close proximity to the full range of high quality services and amenities on offer in Harrogate’s historic town centre, being very well suited to a wide range of prospective home buyers.

Local information

  • The subject site is located within the heart of Harrogate’s town centre, enjoying good access to the historic Spa Town’s full range of services and amenities. This site presents a rare and excellent opportunity to develop a landmark scheme within an established and highly sought after residential address. Harrogate and Hornbeam Park Railway Station are approximately 1.2 miles north and east of the site respectively, providing a regular service west to Leeds and east to York, thereafter there are regular connections to the national rail network.
  • The site is accessed off St George’s Walk, which in turn leads onto St George’s Road that links with Leeds Road and West End Avenue, providing convenient access to Harrogate town centre as well as the wider region. The town is well placed for commuting to the nearby cities of Leeds and York, being approximately 16 and 23 miles away respectively. Harrogate also benefits from good road connections with the A1(M) linking in with the national motorway network. Leeds Bradford International Airport is approximately 12 miles south west of the site.
  • The north, east and south of the site are bounded by a mixture of established residential schemes. The site’s western boundary is comprised of the established Rossett Local Nature Reserve. The immediate area benefits from very highly regarded education providers, including Harrogate Grammar School and Rossett School. Indeed, Harrogate Grammar School’s playing fields border the north of the site a