22nd Jun 2017
10th Sep 2019
- Listing status: sale
- Country: England
The site - PL30 3BG
This is an excellent opportunity to acquire a 0.73ha (1.80 acres) development site with detailed planning permission for 14 new dwellings situated on the northern edge of this popular and attractive North Cornish village. The site is ideally located for both village life and access to the nearby towns of Wadebridge (4 miles), Bodmin (6 miles) and Padstow (12 miles). The site is relatively level, with a very gradual slope from east to west.
The proposed development consists of 7 open market and 7 affordable dwellings, with the open market housing comprising of large detached 4 bedroom houses with gross internal floor areas ranging from 188sqm (2023sqft) to 223sqm (2400sqft). The plot areas for the open market houses are all a good size, ranging from 528sqm (0.13 acres) to 886sqm (0.22 acres). The site is proposed to be accessed via a new roadway to be formed off the public highway on the western side of the site.
The well respected village of St Mabyn offers an excellent primary school, village Post Office and store, historic church and popular local pub. The village lies to the north east of the former market town of Wadebridge, which sits astride the River Camel and offers a wide range of local and national shops, a primary and secondary school, cinema, a variety of inns and restaurants, and access to the Camel Cycle Trail. The site located within easy access of the magnificent North Cornish Coast, including the sandy surfing beaches of Rock, Trebetherick and Polzeath, numerous first class and Michelin Star restaurants, such as Rick Stein's Seafood Restaurant at Padstow and Nathan Outlaw's Fish Kitchen at Port Isaac.
To the east of St Mabyn are the splendours of Bodmin Moor, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a haven for walkers and nature lovers. The mainline train station at Bodmin Parkway connects to London Paddington, whilst Newquay Airport has flights to both domestic and international destinations. Access to the A30 is at Bodmin, linking the cathedral cities of Truro and Exeter.
Planning & S106
Planning application reference PA16/00181 was approved on the 11th April 2017 for the "Residential Development of 14 dwellings with associated works" on land at Chapelfield, Chapel Lane, St Mabyn. A Section 106 legal agreement which accompanied the above approval requires seven of the proposed properties to be affordable, a public open space contribution of £9,331 and an education contribution of £19,151. A planning and technical pack is available upon request which includes a Phase I contamination survey, a bat and barn owl report, an archaeology report and Phase I Habitat survey.
The freehold site is being offered for sale by private treaty.
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