A particularly attractive site of 2 acres with planning permission granted for residential development. Read more
A particularly attractive site of 2 acres with planning permission granted for residential development. It occupies a fine position at the Eastern entrance to the much improved village of Shotton Colliery, well placed for access to the A19, local centres of employment and village amenities. Access to the site is from Shotton Road.
The site has a gross area of 1.93 acres, or thereabouts, inclusive of the detached bungalow and retained gardens, which is included in the sale but excluded from the proposed re development area. The remaining land to be developed is 1.75 acres or thereabouts. We are advised that, if so required, the existing bungalow could be demolished and the land included within the proposed redevelopment area (Subject to amended planning permission). The preferred design incorporates the retained bungalow, with a new road layout and the construction of 18 new houses.
Planning permission has been granted by Durham County Council.
Entrance Hall Radiator
Front Lounge17'1" x 19' (5.2m x 5.8m). Log burner; opening to -
Rear Dining11'2" x 14'1" (3.4m x 4.3m). Radiator.
Kitchen9'2" x 9'10" (2.8m x 3m). Wall base units with contrasting work tops, Stainless steel single drainer unit with mixer taps, electric oven and gas hob, Baxi boiler and radiator.
Front Bedroom9'2" x 10'2" (2.8m x 3.1m). Radiator.
Front Bedroom9'2" x 14'9" (2.8m x 4.5m). Radiator.
Rear Bedroom10'2" x 8'2" (3.1m x 2.5m). Radiator.
Rear Bedroom13'5" x 7'10" (4.1m x 2.39m). Radiator.
External Gardens to front and rear, garage and parking to rear.
PLEASE NOTE Access - Site access is particularly over land which is not in ownership of the freeholder of the developable area. The layout as shown is potentially over an area of "White land" (i.e. no register ownership), and potentially over land in the ownership of Durham County Council. We are presently in renegotiations with Durham County Council to serve a legal right of access over the land, and access over the " White land" is to be protected by an indemnity policy. Costs of these can be provided to genuinely interested parties.
Demolition - Some demolition of the former garage premises will be required.
Planning - Any proposed variations to this planning permission was granted will need to be taken up with Durham County Council Planning Department.
Services - Interested parties are invited to make their own enquiries of the relevant utility companies, but all services are available in proximity to the site.