AdministratorChelmsford Estate Agents
DESCRIPTION The site is broadly rectangular in shape and extends to circa 0.48 acres (0.19 hectares). The existing building comprises a former learning centre which is unoccupied and is approximately 150 years old. The site is bounded by residential dwellings and gardens, with the March Community Centre to the west. Access to the site is taken from Station Road (A1101) to the east.
PLANNING Planning permission was granted in February 2020 for the change of use from an Education Centre (D1) to 9no dwellings (C3) comprising 1 x 3 bed 2- storey dwelling and 4 x 2 bed and 4 x 1 bed flats involving part demolition (Fenland District Council ref: F/YR19/0781/F). This planning permission has expired, and any redevelopment of the site will be subject to the appropriate planning permission.
SERVICES Prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries with the relevant service providers.
TENURE The site is to be sold freehold, with vacant possession, subject to rights, reservations and obligations, title documents included within the information pack.
VAT Any guide price quoted or discussed is exclusive of VAT. The sale will be subject to VAT.
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.
EPC Rated E (Valid until June 2028).
This property has 0.48 acres of land.
LOCATION The site is located circa 800m north-east of the town centre of March. March is a market town that benefits from a range of facilities including a variety of shops and supermarkets, public houses, a church, primary schools and the Neale-Wade Academy, which is a secondary school and sixth form college.
March is situated in the jurisdiction of Fenland District Council, approximately 20 miles east of Peterborough and 32 miles north of Cambridge. At the time of the 2011 census, the town had a population of 21,051. The site is located off Station Road (B1101), which is the main road running through March and leads onto Coldham to the north and Wimblington to the south.
The location provides easy access to the national road network, being approximately 1.2 miles to the south east of the A141: the main road across the Cambridgeshire Fens, which connects to the A1 to the south west, as well as the M11 via the A142 to the south.
March has its own railway station, situated circa 500m to the north of the site, which provides services to Peterborough in under 20 minutes, Cambridge in approximately 40 minutes and London Kings Cross in around 1 hour 30 minutes. There are various bus stops located within March town, including at Robingoodfellows Lane, Wisbech Road, Broad Street and the High Street.Read all