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The land is situated at the end of Hawthorne Way adjoining number 51 and is identified on the adjoining plan
All mains services are understood to be within close proximity of the site though interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries in respect of new connections.
Bassetlaw District Council Planning Department has commented as follows:
“The site is within the built form of Carlton in Lindrick and is currently not earmarked for any particular land use within the Local Plan or emerging Local Development Framework (for more details please contact the Planning Policy Team on 01909 533 193). The principle of developing this site for small scale housing is acceptable in planning terms providing that the normal planning requirements can be met, including impact on neighbouring residents’ amenity and providing adequate highways access.”
Prospective purchasers should note that the Conditions of Sale for this lot include a requirement for the purchaser to pay the Council’s legal and Surveyor’s costs in addition to the price bid. This amounts to 2% of the sale price subject to a minimum of £250.
On site at any reasonable time.
Council Solicitor, Bassetlaw District Council, Queens Buildings, Potter Street, Retford. S80 2AH (Ref: Carolyn Forster)
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