Potential residential development site, which has the benefit of being a cleared site and being located in an established high density residential area. Formerly the site did have planning permission for 18 x brand new 3 & 4 bedroom houses with gardens and driveways.
The site is located in an established residential area and was once the home of a former public house,The Sutton Arms, which has now been demolished to make way for a new development, subject to planning. The land is flat, reasonably square and bordered by roads to three sides, including; Sherdley Road, Elephant Lane and Stevenage Close.
Planning permission was granted in October 2011 for a development of 18 x three and four bedroom family homes with gardens and parking spaces. We are advised that this planning permission has now lapsed. Copies of the drawings used for the former planning permission are available for information. The owners may wish to consider and design alternative residential or commercial schemes, subject to planning approval.
PLEASE NOTE: The original planning permission shows a scheme which incorporates a small area of land area currently owned by St. Helens Metropolitan Borough Council. Any purchaser must make their own enquiries to establish if and how to this land may be purchased if required. An image of the actual land area is available on request.
Developers and house builders will be impressed by the local infrastructure: - The site offers easy access to the areas link roads (A57 & A570) connecting with junction 7 of the M62 and the wider motorway network; Thatto Heath train station is less than half a mile away providing a service into Liverpool Lime Street station; Four primary schools, all rated good or outstanding by OFSTED (correct at July 2016) are within half a mile of the site.
O’Connor Bowden has not checked any mains or private utility services at this property, neither have we received confirmation or sought confirmation from the statuary bodies of the presence of these services and their function. O’Connor Bowden cannot confirm services are in working order. O’Connor Bowden has not checked any of the appliances, electrical, heating or plumbing systems at this property. All prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves on this point prior to entering into a contract and we recommend and advise any prospective purchaser to obtain advice and verification from their solicitor and / or surveyor on all
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