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Development site for sale

 
Created on 18/06/2016 @ 08:06
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A 5.12-acre development site with outline planning permission for up to 40 homes in the heart of the popular Powys-Shropshire border village of Churchstoke is for sale with agents Halls.

The site, adjacent to Buttercup House, Churchstoke, enjoys superb views over the Camlad Valley and a gently sloping, southerly aspect.

Outline planning permission for residential development was granted on June 3, subject to a section 106 agreement which includes the provision of 25 per cent of affordable dwellings, a recreation contribution and a bus shelter.

Plans for the development site currently include a mix of designs for five bungalows with two or three bedrooms, six semi-detached houses with two or three bedrooms, 10 detached houses with four bedrooms, nine detached houses with three bedrooms and 10 semi-detached affordable houses with two or three bedrooms.

All the properties will incorporate the latest building regulations, garden space and off road parking/garaging.

The site’s asking price is available on application to Halls’ Bishops Castle office on Tel: 01588 638755.

 

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