**EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST INVITED FOR**
1.59 Hectares (3.93 Acres) Agricultural Land, Included in ELDC's Settlement Proposal Development Plan. Situated on the Northern Side of Friskney between Burgh Road and Low Road. Freehold with Vacant Possession Upon Completion.
No planning permission has been applied for. The land is being sold with the benefit of being included in the East Lindsey District Council’s Development Plan Document.
Friskney is situated immediately off the A52 Road midway between Boston and Skegness. The site is located midway between 2 unclassified roads, knows as Burgh Road and Low Road as shown edged red on the enclosed plan.
Access to the site is immediately off Burgh Road as show on the Site Plan, however ELDC comments that this access is only suitable for pedestrian purposes and that the vehicular access would have to be on Low Road.
We understand that Mains Water and Mains Sewerage runs along both Burgh & Low Road, there is reference in the ELDC document for a requirement of an odour assessment prior to any planning application.
The land is Freehold and Vacant Possession is available upon completion.
The land is available for viewing at any reasonable time, however out of courtesy we would be very grateful if you could contact Willsons Office on 01507 621111 with an approximate time of your visit.
We are inviting Expressions of Interest for the above land which is included in ELDC’s Settlement Proposal Development Plan which was adopted in July 2018 for 20 dwellings with a 30% Affordable House Allocation. The site description as included in the Development Plan is reproduced in full on the back page of these sale particulars.
Friskney is located in the Fens and is approximately 10 miles from Skegness and 14 miles from Boston, alongside A52 the coast road. Both having hospitals, wide range of shops and train stations.
Friskney has a Primary School, Village Hall, two Public House and a Village Shop. Old Leake is approximately 5 miles south west has a secondary school and doctor’s surgery. The neighbouring market town of Wainfleet is approximately 4 miles north east and has a railway station, doctor’s surgery and a small range of shops.
In 2011 the recorded population of Friskney was 1563 persons, which is an increase of 100 (7.6%) over the 2001 figure. In 2011 there was 652 homes with an average of 2.4 persons compared to the District average of 2.24 people per household.
Willsons are inviting parties to make an Expression of Interest including indication of price, conditions of offer and timescale in writing, to Willsons, 124 West Street, Alford, Lincolnshire LN13 9DR or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
•Expressions of interest will be treated in confidence.
Offers in excess of £150,000