- Extends to Approx 85 acres
- Candidate site for development
- Submitted to B'mouth Local Plan Review
This site lies immediately to the north of the built-up area of north Bournemouth and to the south of the small village of Holdenhurst. The A338 Wessex Way which provides direct access from Bournemouth to Ringwood and the A31, lies immediately to the east of the site. The current vehicular access to the site is via the existing road network leading to Holdenhurst village.
The property comprises a block of agricultural land which is understood extends to approx. 85 acres. A strip of land to the south of the site is in third party ownership. The property is currently in agricultural use. Planning approval has been obtained by the former Bournemouth Borough Council and Dorset County Council for the construction of a grade separated junction on the A338 Wessex Way primarily to provide access to an employment site and the Royal Bournemouth Hospital. Completion of that junction would facilitate a direct access into the site from the A338.
PROPOSALS The current owners seek proposals from suitably experienced Promoters for an agreement whereby the site will be promoted for development through either the Local Plan process or by a direct planning application. Proposals for such an agreement are to be submitted at a date to be advised. The information that will be required to be submitted will be the following; 1. Experience of promoting similar projects and success rate 2. Proposed consultancy team 3. Financial background 4. Percentage of value to be paid to the Promoter 5. Whether the Promoter’s fee includes or excludes promotion costs 6. Length of term of the Promotion Agreement 7. Confirmation that the seller’s legal and surveyors fees will be paid on entering the Promotion AgreementViewing
By appointment with Chesters Harcourt