Residential development opportunity with planning consent.
The site is currently occupied by the vacant Wolfson House, a purpose-built student accommodation block associated with Wye College. The property is elevated above Upper Bridge Street and the existing building is to be demolished as part of the planning consent, with access via Old Vicarage Gardens.
Wye is a desirable village with good road access onto the A28 linking directly to Canterbury and Ashford. The village benefits from several pubs, shops, local businesses, cafes, a village hall & sports ground and primary and secondary schools. Upper Bridge Street links directly onto the High Street, and is within walking distance of the train station offering direct services to Ashford International and onwards to London St Pancras from 47 minutes.
The site was granted planning consent by Ashford Borough Council under the reference 16/01142/AS in September 2018 for residential development. The consent granted the demolition of Wolfson House and residential development to provide six cottages (with gardens and parking spaces accessed via Old Vicarage Gardens) plus provision of seven additional parking spaces on land to the west accessed from Upper Bridge Street, illustrated on the site plan.
Local Authority: Ashford Borough Council
Further Information: Additional information is available on the Ashford Borough Council planning website using the planning reference number. There are a number of surveys, drawings and planning documents associated with this property that any potential purchaser is advised to read. Alternatively, these documents can be obtained via the selling agent.
This property has 0.42 acres of land.Read all
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