Prime Residential Development Opportunity
The site is situated about 0.8 miles to the west of the market town of Epping, in the County of Essex. Epping is situated approximately 6 miles west of Waltham Abbey and approximately 17 miles north-east of Central London.
The town lies circa 4 miles (7 minute drive) from Junction 26 of the M25, providing road links onto the M11 and into London and the rest of the country. The site is located just over a mile from Epping Underground Station which provides direct links into central London via the Central Line with commuting times of under 40 minutes. Epping benefits from a range of services and amenities including, shops, restaurants and several primary and secondary schools. The ancient Epping Forest which wraps around the town provides huge opportunities for recreation activities.
The site is accessed via a private road off Eppings main through road (High Road) opposite Bell Common Cricket Ground and comprises a former farmyard with traditional Essex barns, cattle shed, grain store, hay/machinery store, slurry tank and extensive associated hard standing. The site is broadly rectangular in shape and measures approximately 5.9 acres (2.4 ha).
The site is bound by agricultural land to the north, east and south, with a private road serving neighbouring properties forming the western boundary from which access is taken. New Farm Cottage sits in the southern corner of the site and is available via separate negotiation.
The site benefits from Prior Approval for a proposed Change of Use to 3 dwellings under class Q (Reference: EPF/2246/19).
Positive pre-application feedback has also been received from Epping Forest District Council for residential development to form a total of 6 dwellings. Two potential options have been proposed and assessed by the Council.
The first option is for the conversion of historic Essex barns fronting the access to form 3 dwellings including the approved Class Q permitted development and the demolition of modern farm buildings. The second option is for the conversion of historic barns to form 3 dwellings and demolition and redevelopment of the existing farm buildings to provide 3 new build dwellings. Both options propose a total of 6 units.
A full Planning Brief written by Strutt & Parkers Planning team is available within the Data Room.
Prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries with the relevant service providers.
The site is to be sold freehold.
Any guide price quoted or discussed is exclusive of VAT. In the event that a sale or any part or right attached to it chargeable for the purposes of VAT becomes and as such, the tax shall be payable by the purchaser.
Easements, Wayleaves and Rights of Way
The land is offered subject to, and with the benefit or burden of all existing rights of way, wayleaves and easements, whether or not specifically referred to in these particulars.
Viewings are strictly by prior appointment only to be arranged with Strutt & Parker. Potential purchasers should note that Strutt & Parker take no responsibility for any injury or accident at the property. Viewers and visitors of this property do so at their own risk.
Access to a Data Room containing all further information, including the pre-application response, is available upon request.
Method of Sale
Strutt and Parker have instructions to place the property on the market with a view to selling it at the best consideration which can be achieved as a result of the marketing campaign.
The vendors do not undertake to accept the highest or indeed any offer. Offers are sought on an Unconditional or basis.
Informal tenders should be sent to email@example.com and received by no later than 12 Noon on Wednesday 7th October 2020.
Bidding guidance can be found on the Data Room.
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