For Sale by public auction on 5th March 2018. Live online bidding available.
Outline planning permission for four dwellings on a former garage site within a cul-de-sac location.
The site is a former garage site with outline planning permission (Application No. 16/00288/out) for the construction of four dwellings. As part of the planning a 2metre high acoustic barrier is to be erected along the site boundary to the north and east. There is a mine shaft located close to the entrance of the site.
The site is situated off Third Avenue in Kidsgrove and is within walking distance of Kidsgrove Train Station and the Town Centre. Kidsgrove is one of the towns which make up the Borough of Newcastle-under-Lyme and within the North Staffordshire conurbation. Newcastle-under-Lyme Town Centre being approximately four miles from the site. It is the main retail and administrative centre of Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council.
Kidsgrove is a small district centre with local shops although there is a Tesco supermarket on the outskirts of the Town. Kidsgrove has a population of 24,112 (Census 2001) and grew up around coal mining although this has now ceased.
Kidsgrove has good access to the A50 which links Stoke-on-Trent through to Holmes Chapel and Warrington to the north. There is access south to the Stoke-on-Trent conurbation and north to the Cheshire Plains and the Cheshire Towns of Alsager, Congleton and Sandbach. The A34 provides access to the M6 Motorway at junctions 16 and 17. The Towns railway line has trains to Crewe, Manchester and Stoke-on-Trent. The Trent and Mersey Canal also runs through Kidsgrove and is close to the subject site.
Bjb recommend that potential occupiers make their own enquiries to the local authority in order to satisfy themselves that their proposed use is authorised in planning terms.
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