- Development Opportunity
- Planning Permission For 10 Houses
- Situated Approximately 1 Mile From The Village Of Barham
An exciting development opportunity for 10 houses in a convenient location close to the village of Barham.
The former Eagle Works Garage site is about 1 mile from the village of Barham, close to the B2046 junction with the A2 and A260 Canterbury to Folkestone Road. Barham has a range of local facilities including a village school (rated “good” by OFSTED), an award winning community shop and a Public House. Canterbury (7 miles) has a full range of shopping, leisure and educational facilities with schools for all ages and abilities in both the state and private sector. The HS1 high speed train service runs from Canterbury West (8 miles) to London St Pancras taking 56 minutes. Regular Eurostar services run from Ashford (22 miles) and the Channel Tunnel Shuttle services can be joined at Cheriton (14 miles). The M2/A2 junction at Brenley Corner is 15 miles distant, connecting to the remaining southern motorway network system. Regular bus services run close to the site.
Eagle Works is approximately 1 mile from the centre of the village of Barham and extends to approximately 0.327 hectares (0.808 acres). It is bounded by existing residential development to the southeast and a garage site to the northeast. The consented scheme is for a mix of two and three bedroom houses built in a vernacular style. The gross floor area to be built is about 988m2 (10,634ft2). Please see the schedule of accommodation.
Offers are invited in the region of £1,000,000 on an unconditional basis.
A Phase 1 Land Contamination Assessment and Remediation Appraisal has been carried out. A copy of this is within the Information Pack.
RMB Consultants (Civil Engineering) Ltd produced the Utilities Statement (October 2016) which concluded that the site is served by water, electricity, gas and telecoms. Enquiries made by Southern Water indicated that the sewer system has a sufficient capacity to accommodation the additional dwellings. A copy of this report is within the Information Pack but interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries as to the availability of utility services, capacities, connections and upgrade costs.
Any plans contained with these particulars are indicative only and the property will be sold in accordance with the registered title. Plans are reproduced under OS Licence ES025698 and are not to scale. Plans were drawn by BDB Design – 01227 456699 – www.bdb-design.co.uk and reproduced with their kind permission. BDB Design will be pleased to assist the purchaser with any further work needed.
The freehold of the site is for sale with vacant possession on completion.
Covenants, Easements, Wayleaves and Rights of Way:
The property will be sold subject to any covenants, wayleaves, easements and rights of way, whether disclosed or not. Copies of the HM Land Registry Entries can be found in the Information Pack. The property is subject to some historic covenants for which appropriate indemnity policies are being sought.
Value Added Tax:
The vendors have confirmed that they have not opted to tax on the land. However, they reserve the right to change this position should it prove necessary for them.
The property is to be sold subject to an overage provision reserving a further payment of a sum to be agreed to the vendors in the event of more than 10 dwellings being built on the site.
Method of Sale:
The site is to be offered for sale by private treaty. The sellers reserve the right to take the land to informal tender, formal tender or auction should they so wish.
Strictly by confirmed appointment with Nicholas Rooke on 01227 454111
Canterbury City Council – 01227 862000 – www.canterbury.gov.uk.
Health & Safety:
In the interest of Health & Safety, please ensure that you take care when inspecting the property which, for the avoidance of doubt, must be prior confirmed appointment.