Article courtesy of the Darlington and Stockton Times
The land at White House Farm, on the western edge of Stokesley, extends to 17.17 acres (6.95 hectares) with a prominent road frontage to Westlands (B1365).
The site, which benefits from outline planning permission for the development of 183 high-quality residential units, is relatively flat arable agricultural land contained by a number of mature trees and established hedgerows on the site boundaries.
GVA – on behalf of the landowner, Northumbrian Land Ltd – has prepared, submitted and successfully negotiated planning permission for 183 homes on this prime North Yorkshire site.
Neil Morton, Director of GVKs Newcastle planning team, said: “We are delighted to have secured this planning permission which will bring forward much-needed new homes, including affordable homes, for Stokesley.
“The planning application was overwhelmingly supported by Hambleton District Council’s planning committee and a Section 106 legal agreement has recently been completed.” “Due to the rarity of development opportunities of this scale coming to the marketplace in Stokesley, we anticipate strong market interest,” said Ray Minto of GVKs land and development team, who is handling the marketing and sale of the land.
GVA is instructed to seek unconditional offers for the freehold interest, subject to contract.
An information pack is available on request. It includes details of the legal title, ground conditions and site topography. Bids should be submitted in writing to GVA, Central Square, Forth Street, Newcastle, NE1 3PJ by January 16, 2015. For more details contact Ray Minto at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01912690514.