FREEHOLD FOR SALE by way of Informal Tender
DEVELOPMENT and/or INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY
With the benefit of an Outline planning permission for the erection of up to 80 residential dwellings
Former Dairy site, School Lane, Ruyton XI Towns, Shropshire, SY4 1LZ
Unconditional and Conditional Offers are invited
An opportunity to acquire the freehold of a superbly located brownfield site in the picturesque village of Ruyton XI Towns, Shropshire.
This opportunity is likely to be of interest to a wide variety of potential purchasers; private buyers, investors and developers interested in either implementing the Outline Planning Permission or alternatively looking to vary the permission and develop the site for residential and/or alternative uses or even retaining the extant B8 industrial warehousing use.
Located in the centre of the village off the B4397 just two miles from the A5 arterial route the site is served by public transport links to neighbouring villages and the centres of Oswestry and Shrewsbury. Rail services are available at Yorton to the east and Gobowen to the north. The village is within commutable distance of larger regional centres such as Chester and Birmingham.
The site is located within the large rural village of Ruyton XI Towns named as such back in the 12th century after its castle (now in ruins) and home to some 1,500 residents and lying on the River Perry a tributary of the River Severn.
Ruyton benefits from a range of local amenities and services/facilities; it has an active community and is served by local Primary schooling, village hall, convenience shopping outlets, church and a wide variety of leisure/recreational facilities including pubs and take away and large playing fields; all within easy walking distance of the site. A medical practice and surgery are located at Knockin and Baschurch respectively.
Ruyton is well serviced by educational establishments which include Packwood Haugh, Prestfelde Preparatory, Oswestry School, Adcote School, Moreton Hall, Shrewsbury School and Shrewsbury High School within the independent sector and more locally St John’s the Baptist C of Primary School in the village and the Corbet School in Baschurch.
The site comprises an existing operational B8 industrial warehousing use (formerly a Creamery/Dairy operated by Kraft and Express Dairies) extending over 2.7 hectares (6.7 acres) and 9,612 sqm (103,466 sqft) of floorspace, with large areas of parking and service yard areas.
The former Dairy laboratory office building known as Sandstone Cottages located on the School Road frontage now house two Class C3 residential dwellings and the former Dairy canteen known as Perry Hall has been used for Class D2 functions as a private social club and by the local community. Additionally, private equestrian stabling facilities are also present to the rear of the site, used in association with the adjacent paddock land to the west of the site.
There also exist both 11KV and 33 KV sub-stations on site. The site benefits from multiple access points, off the B4397 Olden Lane (pedestrian) and School Road (vehicular).
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