Land For Sale
DESCRIPTION The site comprises of approximately 2.16 hectares of agricultural land to the west of Shurton Lane and lies adjacent to the development limits of Stogursey. Stogursey is classed as a primary village. The site is irregular in shape, although generally rectangular, and is bounded by Shurton Lane to the east. There is farmland to the north, and a residential development of varying age and style to the south.
The site lies to the north of the main built-up area for Stogursey, where Shurton Lane leads north to the village of Shurton, and south into Stogursey. The site slopes gently from the north, down towards the existing housing on the southern boundary.
The access from Shurton Lane along the eastern boundary will utilise a historic access onto this road. It needs to be noted that our vendor will require full pedestrian and vehicular access rights to his existing dwelling.
There are a series of supporting planning documents including a Design and Access Statement, Planning Supporting Statement, Landscape Assessment, Transport Statement and Interim Travel Plan, archaeology and ecology reports. A link to the Planning and Technical information can be provided by the agent.
35% of the scheme is allocated for affordable housing
PLANNING It will be the responsibility of the purchaser to make themselves aware of the planning approval and conditions. Mendip planning Application number 2013/0654.
LOCATION Stogursey is a pretty village situated in north west somerset between the Quantock Hills Bridgwater Bay. The village has a local shop, public house, parish church and a castle with a moat, and is 9.3 miles from Bridgwater. Bridgwater is a large historic town which includes shopping facilities, cinema, pubs and restaurants. Bridgwater's main line railway station is 10.4 miles and the M5 motorway is 11 miles.
METHOD OF SALE For Sale by informal tender, tender deadline 12 noon Friday 17 December 2021. Interested parties will be required to compete and submit their tender proposal form prior to this date. Forms are available from the selling agent together with full instructions of the tender process
WAYLEAVES, EASEMENTS AND RIGHTS OF WAY The land will be subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, whether public or private, light, sport, drainage, water and electricity supplies and other rights and obligations, easements and quasi-easements and restrictive covenants and all existing and proposed wayleaves for masts, pylons, stays, cable, drains, water and gas and other pipes whether referred to in these particulars or not.
VIEWING Viewing is strictly by appointment only, please contact Darren Woodyer at the Frome Office on 01373 455060 option 5.