Monmouthshire County Council’s Estates Development Team offer to the market a parcel of attractive residential development land forming phase two of this allocated mixed use development site. Bids are invited via informal tender with a closing date to be confirmed.
Rockfield Farm mixed-use development site is situated in the popular village of Undy, Monmouthshire, southeast Wales. The allocated site has outline planning permission for the development of up to 266 units and 5,575sqm of B1 employment land. Further information is available via the Planning application reference DC/2016/00883 and can be found via the MCC website here: https://www.monmouthshire.gov.uk/view-planning-applications/
Phase two measures approximately 4.61ha (11.39ac) in size and has outline planning approval for up to 122 dwellings. The site affords fantastic views over the Severn estuary and Prince of Wales (Second Severn Crossing) towards Bristol and the surrounding area. The site has excellent transport links to the M4 and Severn Tunnel Railway Junction and offers an exciting opportunity for the residential market in the desirable and sought after County of Monmouthshire.
Monmouthshire is a vibrant county filled with wonderful heritage, culture and leisure attractions and is known for its breath taking landscapes.