Land At Cross Lane, Bayston Hill, Shrewsbury, Shropshire
Offers in Region of  £100,000

  • Attractive Residential Development Site Extending To Approx. 0.287 Acres (0.116 Ha).
  • Comprising an area of land which slopes gently down from the old school in a northerly direction towards Cross Lane.
  • Planning permission was previously granted for the erection of a 2 no.dwellings, which has now lapsed.
  • Offers in the region of £100,000 are invited for the freehold interest with vacant possession on completion.

The site is situated on the eastern edge of the village of Bayston Hill, just to the east of the A49 Hereford Road and is bounded by Cross Lane to the north and residential properties to the south, east and west.

The large rural village of Bayston Hill is located approximately 3 miles to the south of the County Town of Shrewsbury. The village has a range of services and facilities including local shops, a primary and nursery school, medical practice, church, recreational facilities and public houses. The village is located on the route of several public bus services connecting to Shrewsbury and the surrounding towns and villages.

Shrewsbury is the County Town and administrative centre of Shropshire, strategically located at the intersection of the main A49 and A5 trunk road approximately 55 miles north west of Birmingham, 18 miles west of Telford and 40 miles south of Chester.

Description

The site extending to 0.287 acres (0.116 ha) comprises an area of land which slopes gently down from the old school in a northerly direction towards Cross Lane. There is a stone boundary wall to Cross Lane, with the remaining boundaries adjoining residential properties.

Planning permission was previously granted for the erection of a 2 no.dwellings, which has now lapsed.

The site offers potential for residential development and is situated within the Bayston Hill Development Boundary, as identified within the Shropshire Council Site Allocations and Management of Development (SAMDev) Plan 2015. Interested parties are advised to contact the Local Authority direct regarding their intended use.

 

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