When complete Gravity will create up to 7,500 jobs and contribute millions to the local economy. It will also benefit from on site rail services.
The land on the market with Greenslade Taylor Hunt is strategically placed between the built up area of Puriton and the Gravity site.
An outline planning application for up to 120 homes on the land off Woolavington Road, Puriton, was submitted to Sedgemoor District Council in 2020.
The council has approved the proposal subject to the completion of a Section 106 Agreement of contributions.
The proposal is for 70% of the homes to be open market with the remainder to be affordable. The majority of the affordable properties – 85% will be for rent and the rest will be available to buy at a discount to market value.
The site will include public open space, structural planting and landscaping together with surface water mitigation and attenuation. It extends to 18.24 acres (7.38 hectares). Most of the land, 12.87 acres (5.21 hectares) will be used for the development and the rest 5.36 acres (2.17 hectares) will provide ecological mitigation land.
Viewings are strictly by appointment through the agents.
Offers on an unconditional or conditional basis must be received by 12 noon on Friday, 17th December.
Further details are available from Mark Chugg or James Nelson on 01823 334466 or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org