Offers are invited for this freehold residential development site which benefits from full planning permission for the construction of 13 high quality townhouses. Demand for the type and style of property within this location is high and the development will appeal to a wide range of small to medium sized builders and developers. The location offers excellent commuter links by both road and rail to the Yorkshire region and has a full range of schools, shops and leisure facilities close by. For all enquiries contact our sales team on 01924 200101.
The development occupies a 0.27 acre parcel of land on Back Garden Lane, once the site of a joinery workshop. The site is situated just south of Castleford Town Centre and minutes from Junction 32 of the M62 motorway.
The land area extends to approximately 0.27 acres (11000m2) or thereabouts. Note that the exact boundary points have not been verified on site therefore the size stated has still to be confirmed.
Planning consent has been granted on 20th January 2020 for the construction of 13 dwellings under application number 19/02059/FUL. The proposals detail 13 high quality 3 bed, 3 storey townhouses laid out in a block of 3 units, 2 blocks of 4 units and a pair of semi-detached properties. Each of the dwellings are designed with 3 bedrooms (2 having en-suites), living room, kitchen and bathroom, all with dedicated rear garden area and 2 off road parking spaces. Drawings and associated documents can be viewed and downloaded from the Wakefield Planning Portal or can be viewed at the FSL Estate Agents office. Please note that the planning consent imposes a Community Infrastruture Levy (CIL), details of which are to be confirmed. Liability for payment will be passed to the purchaser of the land.
These particulars are intended only as general guidance. The Company therefore gives notice that none of the material issued or visual depictions of any kind made on behalf of the Company can be relied upon as accurately describing any of the Specified Matters prescribed by any Order made under the Property Misdescriptions Act 1991. Nor do they constitute a contract, part of a contract or a warranty.
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