The village of Hail Weston is situated 1.5 miles to the west of the
market town of St Neots and 7 miles south of Huntingdon. The village
offers a mixture of both period homes and more recent developments.
The community run Royal Oak pub was reopened 2017 and is popular
both with patrons from the village and further afield. St Nicholas
Church has sat centrally in the village for over 800 years and still
provides a focal point for many community activities. The Village Hall
is home to a pre-school along with other groups and societies.
Leisure and retail opportunities are well served in St Neots along
with health clinics, restaurants, sporting clubs and employment
opportunities. The well regarded Kimbolton School is also nearby
offering independent day and boarding schooling. Hail Weston
is conveniently located for road links via the A1(M) (North/South)
and A14 East/West with St Neots Rail Station approx. 2 miles away
(Peterborough - Kings -Cross).
The site is located to the east of Bird Lane and with an area
approximately 0.161 Ha (0.4 acres). The site which is currently
grassland is of predominantly level ground with mature boundary
trees and hedges along the southern boundary. Bird Lane consists of
a mixture of substantial family homes both of two and single storey in
PROPOSED SCHEME AND PLANNING
Outline planning consent has been granted under application
number 20/01909/OUT dated 21 October 2021 by Huntingdonshire
Planning Authority. The consent is for the erection of three detached
dwellings to include improved access at the junction to Bird Lane. The
approved layout shows two detached two storey homes facing Bird
Lane with a larger one and a half storey home positioned to the rear
of the site. Parking provision has been included within the scheme to
complement a well design and considered residential development.
The overall GIA is based on 5,770 sqft of accommodation.
SCHEDULE OF ACCOMMODATION
Please see the brochure.
Access is from Bird Lane. It is noted a Junction Alignment Scheme
will need to be undertaken as noted in the Planning Decision Notice.
Further details can be found in the Development Information Pack
It is understood that foul and clean water, electricity and telecoms
connections are all available in the vicinity.
Purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to the availability
of such services and make their own enquiries with the relevant
suppliers. However please not that surveys from the utility companies
have been ordered and will be added to the Development Information
Pack once available.
A Development Information Pack is available upon request containing
relevant planning documentation, surveys and plans.
RIGHTS, EASEMENTS AND RESTRICTIONS
The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of all public rights
and private rights of way, light drainage, overhead cable, and other
easements and restrictions or obligations that exist whether the same
are described in the particulars.
COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE LEVEL (CIL) AND SECTION 106 AGREEMENT.
Huntingdon District Council is a Community Infrastructure Levy
authority therefore the purchaser will be liable to pay the CIL
contribution on the development as per the local authority guidance.
Self-builders or custom builders maybe able to obtain an exemption
however its advised interested parties should make their own
enquiries with the local authority to satisfy themselves of their CIL
The sale will be subject to an overage provision so in the event that
any additional dwelling(s) are granted planning approval the vendor
will receive an additional payment at such time. Details to be agreed.
It is understood that VAT is not payable on the sale.
However if the sale of the land or any rights attached to it become
chargeable for VAT shall be paid by the purchaser in addition to the
HEALTH AND SAFETY
Given the potential hazards on site we would ask you to be as vigilant
as possible when viewing the plot. Neither the seller or the agent are
responsible for the safety of those viewing the plot and accordingly
those viewing the plot and barn do so at their own risk.
METHOD OF SALE
The freehold land is offered for sale on an informal tender basis. The
closing date is to be confirmed.
Offers are invited on an Unconditional Basis.
Land to the south of 11 Bird Lane, Hail Weston, St Neots, Huntingdon
During daylight hours with marketing particulars in hand, interested
parties having first registers with the selling agent.
Brown and Co
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