Land off Stansted Road, Elsenham, Bishop's Stortford, CM22 6LL
10.8 Acres with full road access prime for re-development. The land is currently registered as a small holding.
A steel framed building was erected in 1989 as a feed kitchen for mink. This structure is located to the south of the site closest to the B1051. The land in front is completely covered in concrete.
Approx. 2 acres is already stone drained
The steel frame on site is Approx 18m x20m has been left unutilised for decades.
There is also a derelict mobile home on site with hard standing and water already connected.
A new vehicular access was approved back in 1988.
A planning application for a two storey single dwelling was approved back in 1991 but lapsed.
Planning approved for Equine stable block In 2015
The land is approximately 10.83 acres in size. The land runs 455 metres south from the B1051 until it reaches the lane adjoining Alsa wood.
The site is located between Stansted Mountfitchet and Elsenham. The land adjoins the B1051 and borders the M11. The land benefits from a prominent position along the B1051 with secure gated access abutting the road.
The site is situated within the local authority area of Uttlesford District council.
The land is positioned around 350 feet from Elsenham village which is situated approximately 3.7 miles north of Stansted Airport and 1.47 Miles East of Stanstead and Mountfitchet.
We understand the land is currently located outside the greenbelt. There are no restrictions registered on title that prohibit any form of use or development.
Public Rights of Way and Access
The land has no public rights of access via the B1051. The land is secured via a shared gated access point. The land also benefits from access to the North of the land which leads onto a private land adjoining Alsa wood.
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