A compact residential development site of just three building plots within a walled garden setting to the west of Norwich City Centre.
Outline Planning Consent granted by Norwich City Council under Planning Reference: 16/00524/F.
• 0.19ha (0.47 acres)
• Approximately 4.5 miles from Norwich City Centre
• Outline Planning Consent for 3 new residential dwellings
• Located in a popular residential Suburb with good local amenities
Bowthorpe is a residential suburb to the west side of Norwich, approximately 4.5 miles from Norwich City Centre. It is a predominately residential area as well as having a relatively large industrial estate occupying mixed used commercial business. Bowthorpe also has an out of town shopping centre, containing a supermarket and a number of smaller retail outlets.
The site consists of part of an existing property known as Bowthorpe Hall, a large detached property currently occupied as offices. The site forms part of the existing property previously occupied as a walled garden. The indicative site layout is shown on the attached site layout.
The planning consent provides for the erection of three residential dwellings within the confines of the site.
Planning and CIL
Outline Planning Consent was granted under planning reference 16/00524/F by Norwich City Council dated 11th April 2016.
Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) will be payable to Norwich City Council at the prevailing rate. We understand the CIL payable to be £43,118.30, though we would ask prospective purchasers to verify themselves as to the amount of liability due.
The site will be Freehold with vacant possession upon completion of the sale.
A right of way will be granted by the existing owners of the site to allow access into the site.
The owners will require access rights to the site to be retained as there is an existing water pipe crossing the site.
The successful purchaser will be required to pay a proportion of the maintenance costs towards the upkeep of the unadopted road leading into the site.
Prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries as to the adequacy and availability of services at the site.
The south and east boundary walls will pass to the successful purchaser of the site. The north and west boundaries will retain within the ownership of the existing owner of the site.
Norwich City Council
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