Prime Residential Development Opportunity
The site is located in East Hampshire to the North of Waterlooville in the village of Cowplain. Padnell Grange is located approximately 2 miles west of the A3(M) Junction 2 via the A3 and is accessed via Padnell Road. The site is surrounded by residential dwellings to the north, south and west, with Waterlooville Golf Course to the east. The site is located within walking distance of existing facilities including bus routes and a primary school. Local shops and services are available in nearby Cowplain. The site is situated approximately 8.9 miles to the north of Portsmouth and approximately 27.8 miles to the east of Southampton. The nearest railway station is in Rowlands Castle approximately 4.4 miles from Cowplain.
Disposal of the site is by way of an Informal Tender process, seeking initially written expressions of interest and subsequently offers from interested parties, conditional upon the receipt of a detailed and implementable planning permission. A data room will be made available to shortlisted parties and will include the following information: - Title - Topographical Survey - Tree Surveys - Planning Summary (2014) - Exploratory Borehole report - Capacity Analysis
The existing buildings located on site include the former residential house, Padnell Grange. To the south of the house there is a series of converted farm buildings that are currently used as offices by The Borrow Foundation (a charitable Trust) with the remainder of the buildings being disused farm buildings, stable blocks, etc. The principal vehicular access to the site is currently to the north via Padnell Road through an established residential area. There is an additional pedestrian only access to the south east of the site.
A prime residential development opportunity 6.3 acres, formerly a farm house and grounds.
Viewings and Further Information
Strictly by appointment through retained agents: Michael Green023 8038 firstname.lastname@example.org Holly Thomas023 8038 email@example.com
The draft Plan notes an indicative capacity of the site for 84 dwellings. The Borrow Foundation submitted representations in support of this allocation in January 2013. The development brief and subsequent pre-application discussions have confirmed that the Padnell Grange site is able to accommodate a residential development of 84 units. Concept plans have demonstrated that this level of development can be achieved, whilst at the same time preserving protected trees and retaining areas of open space, so as to protect the setting of the main Padnell Grange building. There are no major constraints that would hinder the development of the site. It is not subject to flood risk, contamination or any prohibitive planning designations such as conservation areas, Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty or a site of importance for nature conservation. The site is allocated for residential development under Policy W126, which specifies the following requirements: - Utilise the existing access point onto Padnell Road - A heritage statement, of appropriate level of detail is required to support the planning application - The design and layout should aim to retain and protect those trees subject to a TPO - Investigations into ground quality conditions are required as part of a planning application, and address any matters that arise - Provide an Employment and Skills plan to support the planning application - Address any potential side effects upon the Hazelton Common SINC - Southern Water request connection to the sewerage system at the nearest point of adequate capacity - Appropriate easement from existing sewage/waste infrastructure.
Rowlands Castle (2.1 miles)
Bedhampton (2.9 miles)
Havant (3.1 miles)