Residential development site with outline consent for 25 homes.
• No Affordable Housing requirement
• Sought-after Leicestershire village
• 2.7 acres (1.09 hectares) approx.
• Convenient A46 / A606 access to Nottingham, Leicester, Loughborough & Melton Mowbray
The site is located on the fringe of the well regarded village of Old Dalby, with access from Station Road. Please note that the postcode stated above is approximate and subject to an allocation by the Post Office.
Old Dalby village provides a range of local amenities, including the Ofsted ‘Good’ rated Primary School and the well regarded Crown Inn.
Old Dalby itself is conveniently situated between the A606, A46, and A607, meaning that the conurbations of Nottingham, Leicester, Loughborough and Melton Mowbray are all easily commutable.
The site is generally level and offers a regular shaped area for development, accessed from Station Road.
In total the site extends to approx. 2.7 acres (1.09 hectares).
The former ‘White Lodge’ Farmhouse building, and ancillary accommodation remains in situ.
Please note that the vendors will retain the area marked as ‘Field’ on the plan attached (excluding site access).
The site has the benefit of outline planning consent for the construction of up to 25 houses. Full details of the application can be viewed at the Melton Borough Council website – application number: 16/00157/OUT.
Consent was granted on the 15 December 2017.
The vendors are in the process of applying for a ‘Reserved Matters’ consent on the basis of the indicative plan above. Further details available upon request.
The consent is free from any obligation to provide Affordable Housing. Section 106 contributions amount to approximately £179,788.
Further documents, plans and information can be provided to interested parties upon request.
Freehold with vacant possession.
Method of Disposal:
Offers are invited.
Unconditional bids are preferred however consideration may be given to offers which are conditional upon receipt of reserved matters.
We are advised that Vat is not applicable.
The site is presently fenced and gated. Some areas can be viewed from Station Road – please contact heb for full site access by appointment.