New Road, Egerton, Kent, TN27 9DT
FINAL BIDS DUE by 12 NOON 18th AUGUST 2022. Superb residential development opportunity with the benefit of detailed planning consent for 15 dwellings, set on the edge of an historic village in the heart of the Kent countryside
This greenfield site (outlined in red) extends to approx 1.3 H/A (3.25 acres) being rectangular in shape and slightly undulating from east to north East. Enclosed by mature hedgerows and tree belts to the rear are far reaching views over beautiful surrounding countryside
The site is situated on the edge of this beautiful rural village situated in the heart of the garden of England and are within easy walking distance of the centre. Egerton is renowned for its historical heritage with many listed period properties, 13th century St James Church which dominates the skyline from a number of view points and the village centre which is in a conservation area. It provides a village stores, post office, the George Public House, a thriving primary school and community hall. There are many interconnecting public footpaths to give hours of enjoyment strolling through the countryside. Whilst Egerton is a quiet rural village, it is only some 9 miles north of Ashford which provides a wide variety of shops, excellent schooling for all ages, various social activities. Ashford International Station is 14 miles away and provides regular services to the Continent and a high speed railway service to St Pancras in just over half an hour. The M20 is conveniently located for easy access to London and coastal towns.
A detailed planning application has been approved by Ashford Borough Council under ref nos 20/01600/AS subject to a section 106 agreement for the erection of 15 dwellings, 6 of which are to be affordable.
Section 106 Agreement
A copy of the section 106 agreement is available to download from our website www.rpcland.co.uk. The total cost is £74366.70, index linked and must be taken into consideration when making any offers.
The scheme which is located on the eastern outskirts of the village has been well designed to ensure that it does not impact on the entrance to the village and that it does not detract the quaintness of the historic centre.
This low density scheme is set well back from the road and designed to a high quality of fifteen houses of 4 x 5 bedroom detached houses 5 x4 bedroom detached homes and six 2/3 bedroom affordable houses.
Contact : Peter Randall
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