Located in the sought after, small town of Crowland in the South Holland district of Lincolnshire, this site is currently undergoing planning for a residential development under reference H02-0554-16.
A thriving market town, Crowland supports a population of approximately 4,200 with the majority of the residents living within the town itself. The town is a pleasant mix of older properties surrounding the Trinity Bridge and Croyland Abbey and several large modern housing estates on the edges which overlook the rural landscape. A feature of the town is the many greens in the centre of the streets radiating out from the Trinity Bridge.
There are good transport links to Peterborough and Spalding, both under 10 miles away, which was further enhanced when the new A16 opened.
The town is served by a primary school which achieves outstanding results. The primary school has recently relocated to a larger site offering enhanced facilities. There are also two playgroups located in the town. The health and wellbeing of the residents is taken care of by the local health centre in Thorney Road.
The site is within the settlement boundary of Crowland on Brownfield land. As such, under the provisions of policy HS4 of the South Holland local plan 2006, residential development is acceptable in principle in this location. An indicative site plan has been submitted as part of the application.
As part of the agreed heads of terms Rosedale Property Agents are to be retained on site for the sale of the new properties at an agreed fee level therefore any offer made for the unconditional purchase will need to be confirmed within the offer. Prospective purchasers should also take into account any social housing requirement, CIL or 106 payment's that may be valid.
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