- Land & Development
The property is located just within the parish of North Bradley on the southern side of Trowbridge. The land has a long frontage to A363 Bradley Road, part of the North Bradley bypass which serves the White Horse Business Park.
Trowbridge is the county town of Wiltshire and at the last census of 2011 the population was around 42,000. The town is bisected by the A361 and is just to the west of the A350 with good access to the M4 to the north of Chippenham and a variety of other local towns with Bath being within 11 miles. Trowbridge station is within 1.5 miles of the site giving excellent rail links to Bath and Bristol.
The site has good road access and is within easy reach of local shopping, with the town centre being within a mile and a half.
The site comprises an area of level permanent pasture which is bounded to the south by the A363 and to the north by Drynham Lane. The site is enclosed by a mixture of post and rail fencing and mature native hedge with vehicle access from the A363.
We are advised by the owners that there is a mains water supply capped off in the field. The current use of the land is agricultural and is laid to permanent pasture.
The site has been identified by Wiltshire Council within their draft housing site allocation plan. Reference: H2.1 Elm Grove Farm, Trowbridge. The land is the western extremity of the Elm Grove Farm site which extends to 14.33 hectares in all.
Were advised that mains water is available on the site. However interested parties must rely on their own enquiries with the appropriate utility provider.
Offers are invited for the freehold of the property, only on an unconditional basis. The owners will be seeking a substantial non-refundable deposit on agreement of sale.
For further information regarding the property or planning history please contact:
Michael Kavanagh (Kavanaghs)- 07860 322688
Robert House (Kavanaghs) - 01225 341506
Viewings can take place at any reasonable time and the site can be inspected from the road