168 acre site with planning for major mixed use scheme including up to 830 dwellings. The site forms part of a joint venture with Midlands Land Portfolio Ltd, for the planning promotion of a portfolio covering over 300 acres.
The site is located off Teal Close, approximately five miles east of Nottingham City Centre within Gedling Borough. Nottingham has a population of approximately 305,000 (2011 census) and is well located, benefitting from transport links to the M1 motorway (J24) 10.2 miles to the south west and Leicester 26.9 miles to the south. Nottingham Railway Station is approximately four miles to the south west of the site. The station provides regular services to London’s St Pancras Station with fastest journey times from 1hr 40 minutes.
Outline planning permission was granted by Gedling Borough Council on 30th June 2014 for up to 830 dwellings, up to 18,000 m² of Employment uses (Uses B1/B2/B8), a community hub (Use Classes A1-A5 and D1), primary school, hotel (Use Class C1), care home (Use Class C2), playing pitches and changing facilities, public open space, allotments, structural landscaping, access arrangements and an ecology park, and demolition of existing structures (LPA reference 2013/0546) In total we understand the site extends to approximately 62.8 ha (168.6 acres).
The residential part of the site has now been sold to Persimmon Homes.
The scheme also included a commercial / employment land opportunity and more details can be seen by clicking here.
Note: The Midlands Land portfolio covers 11 sites across the Midlands and West Country and includes a variety of uses such as former waste water treatment works, office buildings, reservoirs and agricultural land. Northern Trust are managing the sites promotion through the planning system prior to disposal.
Land off Harbury Lane, south of Leamington Spa
SOLD - Land off Friar Park, Bescot, Sandwell Part of the Midlands Land Portfolio
SOLD - Land at Teal Close, Stoke Bardolph, Nottingham
Land to the west of Cheltenham adjacent to Henley Road and accessed off Old Gloucester Road.