New to PropertylinkCreate a profile to bookmark properties and set up alerts. Register
Registered usersAlready have an account? Sign in now. Sign in
arrow_back My account
Railside storage site and yard
This is a broadly rectangular parcel of land historically utilised for storage of aggregates. Part of the site benefits from concrete hardstanding, with the majority of the site having an aggregate base. There is a palisade fence and bund which secures the site.
The West Anglia Main Line runs along the north-western boundary of the site with a spur running through the northern part of the site.
The site lies at the north-eastern end of Ratty’s Lane, immediately adjacent to Rye House Power Station. The River Lee Navigation runs along the eastern
The land is located within the established distribution / warehouse area of the town and benefits from access to A10 around 2 miles away which in turn is 7 miles north of the M25.
The site falls within the county of Hertfordshire, and within the Local Planning Authority of the Borough of Broxbourne. The adopted Local Plan includes Policy EMP1 (Employment Areas). In principle, subject to meeting other relevant policy criteria, Policy EMP 1 supports development proposals for uses falling within use classes B1 (business), B2 (general industrial) and B8 (storage or distribution). Planning consent will be required for commercial uses.
Epping (7.2 miles)
Theydon Bois (8.1 miles)
Loughton (9.1 miles)
Rye House (0.7 miles)
Broxbourne (1.3 miles)
St Margarets (Herts) (1.5 miles)