The site comprises a regular shaped greenfield parcel of land with a ‘Developer Friendly’ extant Planning Permission in place, for the erection of 9 detached residential units.
The site is bordered to the east, west and south by existing residential development and to the north by open farmland, albeit there is Outline Planning Permission on this land for residential development.
The site sits at the western end of Highcliffe, a cul-de-sac providing the access road to dwellings sitting either side of the road.
Future vehicular and pedestrian access onto the land being sold, will be taken from Highcliffe, an adopted Public Highway.
The original Planning Permission dates back to June 1979. With this Planning Permission now implemented, through the construction of the other dwellings along Highcliffe, it remains in place, into perpetuity.
The existing Planning Permission is particularly ‘Developer Friendly’, with no affordable housing or other Section 106 contributions payable by the developer, provided the existing permission is built out, without a developer making a new application.
Located within the district of North Kesteven, Wellingore is a popular Lincolnshire ‘cliff edge’ village, that attracts high residential values, situated approximately 11 miles to the south of Lincoln and 15 miles north of Grantham, via the A607, which runs through the village. The Viking Way, a popular walking route also passes through the village along the cliff edge.
The village sits adjacent to the larger village of Navenby and combined the villages offer a wide range of local amenities, including two public houses, a variety of shops, including a Co-op and One Stop convenience stores, a large doctors’ surgery and a village primary school.
There is also a petrol filling station and small convenience store in Wellingore, located on the A607.
These two villages combined have a population of around 3,600, based on estimates from 2020.
The subject site is located at the western end of Highcliffe, an adopted cul-de-sac situated within the centre of the village, surrounded predominately by existing residential development.
We understand all mains services are available in the vicinity of the site along Highcliffe. However, the Vendors cannot give any guarantee as to the capacity of these.
Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries with the utility providers.
Town & Country Planning
As referred to above, the site benefits from an extant Full Planning Permission dated 12 June 1979, under reference number N/73/520/79. with the larger part of the site already built out, there remains in place planning permission under this extant consent for 9 units on the land now being sold.
The Planning Permission and other planning documents can be viewed on the North Kesteven District Council planning portal under the above reference. Copies can also be obtained from the Agents on request.
The existing Planning Permission is a ‘Developer Friendly’ one, with no Section 106 agreement in place. Therefore, there is no affordable housing provision or other onerous Section 106 costs, such as education and health contributions payable on the land and furthermore the site is not subject to any CIL payments.
There is a Detailed Planning Application currently being considered by the LA for residential development on the land to the north with access taken through the subject site. Please note however there is no agreement in place between the Vendors and the applicants for access to be taken over the subject site.
Further planning information is available from the selling agents, but interested parties are advised to discuss any planning queries they may have with the Planning Department at North Kesteven District Council.
Method of Sale
The site is being offered for sale by way of a Private Treaty.
Unconditional offers are invited in view of the existing ‘extant’ Planning Permission that is in place.
The site is being offered for sale freehold with vacant possession on completion.
Please note that the Vendors will retain a metre wide strip around the northern, western and southern boundaries of the land on completion of the sale.
VAT may be charged in addition to the price at the prevailing rate.
Each party is to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in documenting the transaction.