The site benefits from planning permission from Great Yarmouth council, reference 06/17/038/F for "conversion of existing barn to two dwellings and erection of forty-four dwellings and associated infrastructure".
The planning permission's conditions are specific in regard to layout and design adopting contemporary houses with the use of natural materials.
The Church Farm Road (byway) will be a pedestrian and cycle route through the site with a new vehicular access to the eastern boundary.
The Section 106 agreement sets out total contributions of £66,237 for off-site open space, recreation, library and Natura 2000 together with 20% affordable housing. There is no CIL.
The relevant planning and technical documents with plans and a schedule of accommodation are available in the information pack.
Martham is a popular village in Norfolk set within the Broads National Park. It is situated approximately 9 miles north west of Great Yarmouth and 19 miles north east of Norwich.
The site is located on the northern side of Martham immediately to the north east of White Street opposite The Parish Church of Saint Mary the Virgin Martham. The site abuts residential property to the north, south and west and agricultural land on the north eastern side.
The site extends to approximately 2.17 hectares (5.36 acres) and comprises arable land with an existing farm yard and agricultural buildings together with an existing barn.
The site is available for sale as a whole by private treaty at a guide price of £1.5m.
The property is freehold and vacant possession will be given upon completion.