Building for Bury’s Future

Building for Bury’s FutureActing for local land owners Hazells are on track for selling land to Taylor Wimpey for the development of 500 dwellings at Moreton Hall. With a resolution in September by St Edmundsbury Borough Council to grant planning consent, subject to completion of a s.106 Agreement, this will complete the final phase of a number of disposals by Hazells to the house builder. Jonathan Lloyd comments “this is the culmination of many years hard work in bringing this site to fruition with intricate planning difficulties relating to offsite requirements such as the new Relief Road to the Rougham interchange, the new school site and releasing future employment land for the extension to the Suffolk Business Park. We are delighted to have formed part of a larger coalescence of stakeholders helping to bring much needed land into use for the building of a bright future for the town.”Attleborough – Strategic Land ReleaseActing on behalf of the landowners Hazells are delighted to announce the grant of planning consent on land at Carvers Lane, Attleborough for the development of 91 dwellings. Final consent is subject to a Traffic Regulation Order and will then be sold to Norfolk Homes Ltd a significant house builder within the region. Jonathan Lloyd comments “we identified the strategic significance of the site, put together a consortium of land owners and then negotiated terms for its promotion by the house builder to the local authority. This has concluded with a successful planning consent and ultimately a sale of the land for residential use.” Hazells are experts in acting on behalf of landowners to assist in strategic site assembly, negotiating terms for site promotions or conditional sales and the disposal of land for housing use.

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