Land off Cradge Bank, Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE11 3AB
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Planning pack available
A plot of land for sale extending to 0.13 acres with the benefit of full planning permission is located in the Lincolnshire market town of Spalding. Planning permission has been granted for 3 bedroom detached dwelling.
The land is currently vacant and has historically been used as part of the Golden Ball public house.
A planning application (REF: H16-0929-16) was granted by South Holland District Council on the 16th November 2016 for the construction of a single 3 bedroom dwelling.
Access to the plot is via a proposed new access off Cradge Bank.
The 3 bedroom house and has a Gross Internal Area of approximately 100sqm and benefits from a single garage.
We believe that all main services are located in the vicinity of the site, however, prospective purchasers should make their own enquiries with the appropriate service providers.
The plot of land can be found on the southwest fringe of Spalding within the neighbourhood ‘Little London’. The area is primarily residential in nature and is located closed to the River Welland. The site is approximately one mile south from the centre of Spalding and eighteen miles north of Peterborough
An information pack which contains the detailed planning drawings is available upon request via email.
Freehold. The site is offered with vacant possession on legal completion.
Each party will be responsible for their own legal costs.
The sale of the development site will be subject to the following conditions:
1. Upon an offer being formerly accepted the purchaser will have 3 working days within which they must lodge a £5,000 non-refundable deposit with the vendor’s solicitor. The deposit will be held by the vendor’s solicitor until the point of completion, at which point it will then be deducted from the completion balance. The legal pack will not be issued until this deposit is lodged. If the deposit is not lodged within this period then the vendor reserves the right to remarket the site
2. If the sale is aborted due to a title matter coming to light which would not be acceptable to a prudent buyer (or mortgagee) acting reasonably and which cannot be remedied by title indemnity insurance, then the deposit will be returned to the buyer. If the sale is aborted for any other reason, then the £5,000 deposit will be forfeited
3. The £5,000 deposit will grant the purchaser exclusivity up to the point of exchange of contracts
4. Upon receiving the legal pack the legal pack the purchaser will have 15 working days to exchange contracts on 10% of the purchase price. Following exchange of contracts the purchaser will then have a further 15 working days to complete the transaction
N.B. Interested parties must note that the above conditions are non-negotiable.