Kighill Lane, Ravenshead, Nottingham

SSTC
Guide Price £750,000
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Key Features

  • Development potential
  • Village location
  • Approximately one acre
  • Planning Permission required

Description

POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY!! (subject to planning). Approximately one acre of land located to the south of Ravenshead, close to the junction of Kighill Lane and Longdale Lane. The land forms part of a larger area which has been removed from the Green Belt and is now allocated for residential development.

Overview

The highly regarded village of Ravenshead lies approximately four miles from Mansfield and around ten miles from Nottingham city centre, with a regular bus service running along the A60 Mansfield Road. The village is also home to the historic Newstead Abbey and has a good range of amenities, including reputable primary schools, pub restaurants, village hall, doctor's surgery, library and Post Office which form part of the village centre shopping precinct.

The land is located to the south of the village, close to the junction of Kighill Lane and Longdale Lane. Highlighted in yellow, it forms part of a larger area (X5) which has been removed from the Green Belt and is now allocated for residential development, subject to obtaining the relevant permissions. In accordance with the Affordable Housing SPD (adopted 2009), the site may be expected to provide a potential infrastructure and affordable homes contribution. Potential buyers are advised to make their own enquiries regarding Section106 contributions and affordable housing.

The architect drawing provides an example of a potential development on the site, including the provision of two affordable homes located to the right of the development entrance.

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