Development Site at Long Marton

Appleby in Westmorland

CA16 6BN

For Sale

Guide Price: £650,000

Farmyard and buildings with planning consent for residential development of 16 units

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The property offers an excellent site in with outline planning permission for redevelopment of Town Head Farm to provide a residential scheme with all matters reserved. There are also two large sandstone barns which hold the potential for future conversion subject to the relevant consents.

The site is situated within the desirable village of Long Marton.

There is a yard to the rear of the site available by separate negotiation.

The property lies on the Northern edge of the village of Long Marton. Long Marton is situated approximately 3 miles North of Appleby in Westmorland and 12 miles East of Penrith. The site is situated in the County of Cumbria.

The property currently comprises a farmyard with a number of former farm buildings with outline planning consent for demolition of the buildings and erection of 16 dwellings. There are also 2 sandstone barns on site which hold potential for future development subject to the relevant consents.

The steading has outline planning consent (Eden District Council reference 15/1022) for conversion to 16 residential units with off road parking, gardens and garages.

All matters are reserved with this site and full detail plans have not been included within the original application.

There is a yard to the rear of the site to be available by separate negotiation. This is shown hatched blue on the plan.

The site at Long Marton benefits from outline planning consent, reference 15/1022, which approves the principle of residential development on the former farm steading at Town Head Farm.

It is estimated that up to 16 dwelling units can be provided on site. However given the nature of the outline consent, the details are subject to a reserved matters application to be approved by the Local Planning Authority, Eden District Council.

In accordance with National and Local Planning Policy, the development is subject to a Section 106 agreement which requires a calculated number of affordable housing units to be provided within the development and a financial contribution to be paid to the County Council to support the Education services within the surrounding area.

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