- 3.5 ACRES OF DEVELOPMENT LAND AT WILLISHAM, SUFFOLK, IP8 4SL
- land subject to Outline Planning Permission for up to 11 dwellings, plus 9,000 sq ft of commercial B1 office Space and A1/A3 farm shop/café.
- For Sale by Private Treaty
3.5 ACRES OF DEVELOPMENT LAND AT WILLISHAM, SUFFOLK, IP8 4SL
Sale by Private Treaty.
The land at Willisham offers an opportunity to purchase approximately 3.5 acres (1.40 hectares) of land subject to Outline Planning Permission for up to 11 dwellings, plus 9,000 sq ft of commercial B1 office Space and A1/A3 farm shop/café.
About this property
An exciting opportunity to acquire a Residential and Commercial development site with the benefit of outline planning permission for up to 11 dwellings, including 4 affordable, plus 7,000 sq ft of commercial B1 office space and 2,000 sq. ft for an A1/A3 farm shop/café.
The development site, which includes existing farm buildings, extends to approximately 1.4 hectares (3.5 acres) and is shown on the attached Sale Plan. The area tinted pink will be included in the freehold sale with rights granted to secure the visibility splay on the vendors retained land.
The development site is located at Willisham Hall on the edge of the hamlet of Willisham lying just to the south of the village of Willisham Tye in Suffolk.
The site is approximately 4 miles west of Needham Market and 10 miles north west of the county town of Ipswich which provides main line rail links to London Liverpool St, The A14 at Needham Market gives access in an easterly direction to the A12, Ipswich and Felixstowe and in a westerly direction to Bury St Edmunds and Cambridge.
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING
The site received Outline Planning Permission from Mid Suffolk District Council on 1st April 2021 ref DC/20/02426. A copy of the Planning Permission and the Section 106 Agreement along with the plans and Consultants Reports can be viewed on the Council's website link:
Further details are also available from the Vendors Agent.
The buyer will be responsible for all outgoings including the Section 106 obligations, the footpath improvements required as well as creation of the play area/ public open space.
We ask that all bidders confirm their allowances for the Section 106 obligations
The property may benefit from Small Business Rates Relief which may reduce the rates payable. Please contact the agents for more information.
Prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries with the relevant service providers.
More information on the services and drainage strategy is available in the planning application documents.
Strictly by appointment with Brown & Co. Please contact Robert Fairey
tel 07768 465741, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The vendors reserve the right to opt to tax the land being sold meaning that VAT will then be charged on the sale price.
EXCHANGE OF CONTRACTS AND COMPLETION
Exchange of contracts will take place 28 days after receipt by the Purchaser's Solicitor of the draft contract. Completion will be 28 days thereafter.
WAYLEAVES, EASEMENTS & RIGHTS OF WAY
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing obligations and rights, including rights of way whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water and electricity supplies and all other rights, easements, quasi-easements, whether referred to in these Particulars or not.
The property will be sold with a restriction limiting the number of dwellings to be delivered on site to 11 in line with the current permission. Should a more valuable planning permission be obtained prior to development of the site. prospective purchasers should indicate what terms they are prepared to offer, (ie price per additional plot), in addition to their bid price.
ANTI MONEY LAUNDERING
In accordance with the most recent Anti Money Laundering Legislation, buyers will be required to provide proof of identity and an address to the selling agent once an offer has been submitted and accepted (subject to contract) prior to solicitors being instructed.
METHOD OF SALE
All offers should contain the following:-
1. Details of the Purchaser and their Solicitor.
2. A letter of confirmation from a Bank or Financial Advisor confirming that Funds are available to exchange contracts in the required timescale.
3. Confirmation that Main Board approval has been given where necessary.