The building plot is situated off Greenhill Lane, a well maintained no-through road to the east of the village of Sandford, near Winscombe, Somerset. The village has a comprehensive range of facilities and amenities, including a parish church, village hall, primary school (graded outstanding by Ofsted), convenience store, public house, children’s play park and the Strawberry Line cycle path.
North Somerset Council initially refused to grant outline planning permission, but this was overruled on appeal by the Planning Inspectorate who said the proposed new home would not damage the character or appearance of the area. The permission was granted on the 26th February 2021 subject to seven conditions, with all matters reserved except for access.
The plot extends, in total, to approximately 0.96 acres (0.39-hectares). It benefits from a sturdy steel frame agricultural building, which was erected about 12 years ago. It has a full height roller shutter door, separate pedestrian door, a concrete floor, power and lighting.
Offers in the region of £375,000 are invited. The deadline for the submission of offers is 12 noon on Friday, August 6.
A series of viewing days are being organised by GTH on July, 15, 22 and 29 between 9am and 11am. It is essential to book an appointment prior to viewing.
For more information please contact the Development Land and Planning Department on 01823 334466 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com