Thorney is a village about 8 miles (13 km) east of Peterborough city centre, on the A47 in England.
Historically in the Isle of Ely, and considered part of Cambridgeshire, Thorney was transferred to the short-lived county of Huntingdon and Peterborough in 1965 and became part of the Peterborough district in 1974, on the merger into Cambridgeshire; the city became a unitary authority area in 1998.
The site has planning for 3 new dwelling and the conversion of the existing barn under reference 17/01655/FUL with Peterborough City Council.
Plot 1 - 4 Bedroom Detached - 2,120 Sq Ft - plot size 0.4 acre approx
Plot 2 - 4 Bedroom Barn Conversion - 2,024 Sq Ft - plot size 0.35 acre approx
Plot 3 - 5 Bedroom Detached - 3,283 Sq Ft - plot size 0.74 acre approx
Plot 4 - 4 Bedroom Detached - 2,002 sq ft - plot size 0.26 acre approx
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