ADDRESSFormer Norton Lea Hospital Site London Road, Boston, , ,
TYPEResidential Land, Land, Residential, Commercial Land
TENUREFor Sale Freehold
POSTED ON20th January 2015
Residential Development Site - subject to planning, former hospital site - now redundant, attractive residential location with good road links to A16 and Boston Town Centre.
The predominately level but irregular shaped site extends to about 2.16 hectares (5.34 acres) and has a range of one and two storey buildings situated on it, that have been disused for a number of years and are in a poor state of repair. Vehicular access into the site is off London Road on its northern boundary and the site borders the A16 trunk road on its long eastern boundary.
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING The site formerly had Outline Planning Permission for up to 60 residential dwellings, subject to a S.106 agreement. A copy of the Outline Planning Permission and S.106 Agreement are available on request.
This has now lapsed and interested parties are therefore advised to discuss their proposals for the site with the Local Planning Authority at Boston Borough Council.
LOCATION The site is situated in an easily accessible location on London Road on the southern edge of the market town of Boston, just off the A16. The surrounding area is predominantly residential in character with a sprinkling of commercial occupiers fronting the A16.
The town is located approximately 37 miles north east of Peterborough and 35 miles south east of Lincoln.
INFORMATION PACK An information pack containing copies of the previous Outline Planning Permission, S.106 Agreement and the various reports commissioned as part of the planning application, as well as title information, is available upon request.
METHOD OF SALE Private Treaty.
Unconditional offers will be preferred but conditional offers will be considered.
GUIDE PRICE Offers around £1.5 million are invited for the freehold interest in the site subject to vacant possession on completion.
VIEWING The site is currently fenced off and patrolled by a local security company. Therefore whilst the site can be viewed from the road during daylight hours, access on to the site must be by way of appointment via the selling agents with the security company in attendance.