SizeSite Area: 9.39 acres/3.8 hectares
Description The site is registered under Title NT473876 and comprises a triangular shape parcel of arable land. The land is bound by Nottingham Canal to the south, farm land to the northwest and Coventry Lane to the northeast, where there are two points of vehicular access. The northern half of the site was previously used as a plant nursery. Whilst the nursery has not operated for some time, there are a number of residual structures to include large greenhouses (not measured) and a block-built barn store with fibre cement roof (measured from online mapping) to extend approximately 100 sq m (1,076 sq ft). Until recently the south of the site has been used for equestrian / grazing with several blocks of stabling still present. The Site is within Flood Zone 1, an area identified as having a low probability of flooding. Location Bramcote is a suburban village in the Broxtowe district of Nottinghamshire, just 4 miles southwest of Nottingham City centre. The site for sale is on the northern periphery of Bramcote and situated west of Coventry Lane (A6002). Bramcote is a popular residential location offering an excellent range of local amenities including shops, professional services, a GP Surgery, OFSTED rated "Good" & "Outstanding" schools and a swimming bath. Bramcote is just 2 miles from the main Nottingham University campus. Excellent commuter links are close by. Coventry Lane connects with Nottingham Road (A609) just 0.2 miles to the north. Here there ar
Planning and Development information:The land is currently allocated as the Derby / Nottingham Green Belt however forms part of the SHLAA site ref 104. The SHLAA considered the site part of the Main Built Up Area and could be suitable for housing, if policy changes. Planning and Design Group advise; Broxtowe have initiated a review of the Core Strategy, alongside the other Greater Nottingham Authorities. Given the sites location to the outer western edge of the conurbation and its position to the east of the M1 (and now the line of HS2) it has been subject to assessment and identification as a possible area for growth in a number of key studies commissioned by the Greater Nottingham planning authorities. It is understood that the aim of the Greater Nottingham Authorities is to publish a draft Strategic Growth Plan this year and to have an adopted plan by December 2022. It is also understood that a strategic Green Belt Review is ongoing as a part of the growth plan assessment work. We understand there currently no mains services connected to the site. The land was previously served by connections via (the recently sold) Chantry House, immediately to the north with reconnection rights reserved. We expect all mains services to be available for connection in the road. Interested parties must make their own investigations as to the capability and capacity of services for their proposed use.
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