About this property
The land is currently agricultural land, and the site gently slopes from north to south. The intention would be to create a new access into the site off Wood Lane.
Up to approx. 10.36 acres may be available for development either as a whole, or in part, subject to planning.
The land is situated fronting Wood Lane at its junction with the A47, approx. 8.5 miles to the west of Norwich and 7 miles to the east of Dereham.
A scheme by Highways England has been confirmed by the Secretary of State for Transport, to widen and dual the A47 between Easton and East Tuddenham, with works scheduled to commence early 2023 and complete late 2024.
As part of the works a new grade separated junction will be built, and the subject site will be accessed off a new spur road off the northern roundabout via Wood Lane.
In addition, there are proposals to connect the A47 to the NDR (Northern Distributor Road) to the north of the city via the "Western Link". Timing is yet to be confirmed but likely to be 2026.
The subject site will be easily accessible from both the A47 and the proposed Western Link.
The property may benefit from Small Business Rates Relief which may reduce the rates payable. Please contact the agents for more information.
Strictly by appointment with the Letting Agent.
The VAT status of the land is to be confirmed.
Each party will bear their own legal costs incurred in documenting the transaction.
Easements/Wayleaves/Rights of Way
The site will be sold with the benefit of any easements, wayleaves, covenants and rights of way, whether known or unknown.
Town & Country Planning
The local planning authority is Breckland District Council who can be contacted via:-
Tel 01362 656870
The land is not allocated and does not benefit from any planning consent at present.
Following the A47 dualling and the creation of the Western Link, the site may suit development, subject to planning for various uses to include roadside, leisure, industrial, storage and commercial, and interested parties are invited to discuss their proposals with the sole selling agents in the first instance.