Development plot, Audlem Road, Woore, Shropshire

Guide Price £150,000

Key features

  • For Sale By Auction 15th July 2020 By Network Auctions
  • Outline Planning Permission Granted, Permission for Four Substantial Detached Dwellings
  • Two Pre-Approved House Styles
  • Semi-Rural Location
  • Planning Ref: 14/03637/OUT (Shropshire)
  • Viewings Strictly by Appointment with Agent
  • Development Subject to SA106 and/ or CIL
  • For Full Details, Please Refer to The Online Catalogue at Network Auctions

Full Details

For sale by public auction July 15th 2020 (unless sold prior under auction terms) by Network Auctions.

Catalogue entry details

Substantial development site with outline planning permission for four detached dwellings. (Plot 4 is in private ownership)

Planning reference number 14/03637/OUT Shropshire Council.

Woore is a popular residential area, with convenient links to the wider transport network. There have been several, small new developments in the immediate vicinity, with properties attracting a premium.

There are two pre-approved house styles, however, the purchaser may wish to make a detailed application to suit.

Please note, there is a Section 106 and CIL applicable, set by Shropshire Country Council, further details of which can be found in the sales brochure.

The developer will take the responsibility to provide the access road and services (mains electricity and water) to the boundary of Plot 4.

Approximate plots and building sizes
Plot 1: 914m sq with building footprint of 138m sq
Plot 2: 761m sq with building footprint of 106m sq
Plot 3: 1315m sq with building footprint of 176m sq
Plot 5: 1200m sq with building footprint of 171m sq

Woore is a pretty village on the borders of Shropshire, Staffordshire and Cheshire with excellent access to the motorway network and larger conurbations of Newcastle under Lyme, Nantwich, Stafford and Market Drayton.

The village is surrounded by gently rolling countryside, a good mix of both arable and livestock farming activity.
The village today is mostly residential with a number of small shops, centred on the Post Office and general stores on the village square. Three public houses service the village, along with a modern primary school and two churches, the smaller of which is a Methodist church and the larger of which is St. Leonard's Church of England Parish Church.

There are two pre-approved housing styles.

We ask that viewing of the plot is strictly by appointment only and accompanied by an agent of Edge Goodrich Ltd.

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