About The Property
- Full implemented planning permission for 91 dwellings (ref.2014/1264/F)
- Site area approximately 9.21 acres
- Prime A11 corridor location
- Establised residential area
- 30% affordable contribution (27 dwellings)
- Offers sought on an unconditional basis
- Buildings regulations and Section 38. 104, 185 and 278 agreed
Attleborough is a popular market town with excellent transport links situated 15 miles to the south west of Norwich. The town lies in the prime A11 corridor and adjoins the A11 trunk road providing easy car access to Norwich and Cambridge. The site is located to the west of the town centre and has good access routes onto the A11. As well as road links there is a train station that provides a regular service to Norwich and Cambridge.
The property comprises two parcels of land. They are situated to the west of the town centre with the A11 trunk road forming the western boundary to each. Carvers Lane forms the eastern boundary and beyond that is a large residential area. To the south is Grosvenor Park, a current scheme being built by Taylor Wimpey. By reference to the Ordnance Survey extract, we calculate that the property has a total gross area of 3.73 hectares (9.21 acres).
The site has implemented full planning permission, ref. 2014/1264/F. This was granted on 29/07/2016 for: “The erection of 91 no. dwellings, access roads, alterations to Carvers Lane, open space, landscaping and associated works.”
The permission is subject to a number of conditions, the majority of which are considered standard for the scale and type of the proposed development, some having been discharged already. The scheme will consist of a mix of two to five bedroom dwellings, 64 open market and 27 affordable housing. The average size of the open market units is 104.17 sq m (1,121 sq ft). Full planning information can be found in the dataroom. https://sites.savills.com/Attleborough
Breckland council confirmed on 8th January 2019 that the planning had been implemented. The planning has been implemented under the 2010 building regulations.
Freehold with vacant possession.
The site is being offered for sale via informal tender. Offers will be invited for the freehold interest on an unconditional basis. The initial offers deadline will be confirmed by Savills and Hazells on request.