A 32 acre site which 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 Harbury Lane, south of Leamington Spa approximately 1.5 miles from the town centre.
The 32 acre site is a disused sewage treatment works containing above and below ground tanks, infrastructure and structures and open grass land.
The site is allocated in the adopted local plan as part of the wider housing allocation including land either side. Respective land parcels to the east and west are under construction and a central spine road will be provided through the entire allocation.
Extensive work has been undertaken in respect of ground conditions given the historic use of the site to establish the optimum solution as part of any development. Detailed surveys have also been undertaken on ecology and arboriculture issues and significant investigations have taken place to establish the optimum drainage solution for the site. In light of this work detailed discussions are ongoing with the Council in advance of a planning application. in accordance with the allocation the southern part of the site will form part of the Tachbrook Country Park.
It is anticipated the site can accommodate in the region of 300 dwellings alongside public open space a land that will form part of the Tachbrook Country Park. Further discussions are due to take place with the Council on the design of the Country Park.
Subject to further discussions with the Council it is anticipated a planning application will be submitted in early 2021.
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.
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Land off Harbury Lane, south of Leamington Spa
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