This development site has full planning consent from Chesterfield Borough Council for the construction of a block of three terraced houses. Originally part of a larger scheme for five dwellings, two of which are now built and occupied, we believe that the permission is now extant, and waiting for someone to finish off this great value scheme.
Situated at this head of this relatively quiet cul-de-sac, the plot is situated just a short distance from Ringwood Park and the various amenities in Brimington village, whilst being ideally situated for routes into the town centre and towards Sheffield and Dronfield.
It is believed that the access road to the southern side of the site also forms part of the title and therefore the purchase.
The site in question is a fairly uneven parcel, requiring some ground movement and possible retaining structures. The plot measures approximately 0.21 acres in total, being approximately 42m long and 12.5m at its narrowest point and 24m at its widest.
Full Planning Consent was granted by Chesterfield Borough Council for five new houses Ref CHE/08/00311/FUL on the 31st July 2008, and a reserved matter application approved on 17th October 2011 ref CHE/11/00569/REM1.
A copy of the decision notices and drawings are available in our Chesterfield Office or online at www.chesterfield.gov.uk.
The development commenced in 2012 and two of the five houses were completed. It is therefore our understanding that the consent is considered extant, although purchasers are advised to seek their own advice from the council on this matter.
We assume that all main services are available in the vicinity but no formal investigations have been undertaken. Prospective purchasers are responsible for satisfying themselves as to the cost and practicality of making each connection prior to submitting a commitment to buy.
No site investigations have been undertaken. It is for the purchaser to make their own investigations into the condition of the ground, and any improvements needed.
Strictly by appointment only.
Community Infrastructure Levy
It is understood that CIL will be applicable on this site. Purchasers should make their own enquiries into the financial implications of this.
We believe there is a public footpath which runs towards the northern side of the plot which must be kept clear at all times.