Land off Hatfield Road, Witham, Essex, CM8 1EE
Planning pack available
An exceptional development opportunity in the popular Essex town of Witham. This private plot of a good size measuring approximately 0. 37 acres is available freehold with vacant possession. The site can be viewed externally at any time.
The site benefits from planning permission for the erection of a large two storey, three bedroom detached dwelling with a new access off Hatfield Road and private driveway with off street parking for two cars.
Full planning permission was granted on the 08 January 2019 (ref. 18/01293/FUL) for the erection of a new three bedroom detached dwelling with a GIA of 1366ft². The property would be sat within extensive grounds and have a private access off Hatfield Road (B1389). Please note that the permission requires the developer to provide a new 2m footpath along the site frontage. No CIL or s106 is payable.
Witham is a small town located in Essex, approximately 10 miles northeast of Chelmsford and 14 miles southwest of Colchester. Located on the A12, the town has convenient access to and inside the M25 and a direct train service to Liverpool Street in 45 minutes.
The site is located on Hatfield Road (B1389) and sits to the rear of the former Jack and Jenny public house – now a Spar supermarket. Large scale development is taking place nearby meaning the site is well served by local services including a Co-op and Aldi supermarket and a number of primary schools. The town centre is a 10 minute walk and provides a greater array of facilities and amenities.
We believe that all main services are located in the vicinity of the site; however perspective purchasers should make their own enquiries with the appropriate service providers.
An information pack which contains further information including planning related documentation, can be provided upon request by email.
The site is being sold freehold with vacant possession upon legal completion.
The purchasers will be responsible for the vendors reasonable legal costs and an undertaking will be required at the point of a sale being agreed.