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Land in Craigie Drive, The Millfields, Plymouth, PL1

Lang Town and Country Land & New Homes are delighted to offer to the market a development opportunity which proposes the erection of an apartment building to provide 17 units of accommodation, consisting, 4×1 bed, 12×2 beds and 1×3 bed with apartments 14-17 having balconies (apartments 14-17 on the approval plans). Each apartment will have 1 or 2 parking spaces as per Local Highways Agency Planning Conditions. Plymouth City Council planning reference – 20/00253/FUL

Situated close to Plymouth’s City Centre is this historic former Naval hospital which is just a short walk away Royal William Yard, another former Royal Navy installation which is a thriving metropolis of bars, restaurants, shops and galleries, combining sympathetically restored architecture with a modern, vibrant atmosphere. Along the coastline to the east lies The Hoe, offering stunning views of the Plymouth Sound and showcasing one of Southwest England’s most famous landmarks; Smeaton’s’ Tower. Further beyond The Hoe lies the cobbled streets of the Barbican affording immersive insights into Plymouth’s rich and varied history. Outside the thriving city of Plymouth, immediately to the west lies Cornwall. To the north, just a short drive away is the Tamar Valley AONB and Dartmoor National Park. Both offering some of England’s most stunning rural scenery. To the East, yet further breath-taking rurality in the form of the South Devon AONB and beaches. Finally, to the South and The English Channel, the South coast of England and the gateway to all the history and endeavour that put Plymouth on the map. 

The project is located within the Millfields, a mixed use redevelopment of the former Royal Naval Hospital Stonehouse Plymouth begun in the late 1990’s. The original hospital site and buildings were designed by Alexander Rovehead and built on the Stonehouse peninsula between 1758 and 1762 and is confined within a substantial limestone wall which surrounds the site. The quadrangle is made up of relatively small blocks linked by single storey colonnade. The majority on the buildings within the quadrangle are constructed from Plymouth limestone rubble walling with Purbeck limestone dressings including rusticated quoins, bands above ground floor, 1st-floor strings and plain architraves; slate/ concrete tile hipped roofs behind coped rubble parapets over bands. The whole site contains a significant group of mostly Grade II* listed buildings and the site within the wall was designated a Conservation Area in 1977. The navy left the site in 1995 and today the Millfields site is a thriving commercial and residential hub linking Stonehouse to the city centre. 

The proposed residential development site forms part of the east side of the quadrangle which is made up of five separate buildings linked by the colonnade. Pre-war, the site was occupied by a ward known as block E which was destroyed in April 1941 during a 2nd world war bombing raid on the city. Subsequently the remains of the building were demolished, the link to the Science Block repaired and enhanced with a lift tower, the colonnade was rebuilt in concrete rendered blockwork and the basement areas behind the wall were infilled and subsequently used as car parking. 

The planning consent is subject to Section 106 and CIL payments. All interested parties should make and rely upon their own enquiries of the relevant service providers regarding the capacity and connection costs for the proposed development. 

For more information regarding the site please contact James Clarke Or Matt Minett on 01752 278499 or email newhomes@langtownandcountry.com

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Land at St Annes Road, St Annes Road, Glenholt, PL6 7LW

Located in the popular residential area of Glenholt is this fabulous building plot with planning permission already granted.

Situated in the north of the city, Glenholt benefits from great transport links to the city centre and beyond. The George park and ride is just a short walk from the plot and provides convenient access to both Derriford and the Nuffield hospitals and to Plymouth City Centre. In addition, lovers of the outdoors can enjoy easy access to Dartmoor National Park, just over 2 miles away

This is a great opportunity to purchase a building plot, which already benefits from consent for a 4-bedroom, detached family home. Accommodation comprises, on the ground floor; hallway, cloakroom/utility room and lounge opening into kitchen/dining room. On the first floor, there is a fabulous master suite with en-suite bathroom and there are three further-bedrooms and a family bathroom. We are anticipating there to be beautiful views across the surrounding moorland from various aspects of the first-floor accommodation. There is also an integral garage.

The total GIFA (excluding the garage) is 116m2

We understand this development will attract CIL community infrastructure levy details of this can be found at www.plymouth.gov.uk/cilI.

Please contact James Clarke or Matt Minett in our Land & New Homes department on 01752 256000 (option 3).

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Land, East Park Avenue, Mutley, PL4 6PF

The site has the benefit of planning consent for six apartments with car parking and external landscaping under the application of 20/01276/FUL and has the consent for three years from November 2020.

The design of the building consists of two apartments on each floor with a combination of each apartment consisting of an entrance hall, open plan living/dining/kitchen, two bedrooms with ensuite to the main bedroom and a family bathroom. In the communal areas you have an entrance hallway which has stairway and lift. Externally there is parking all marked for 1 allocated parking for each apartment, plus there are two visitors’ spaces and additional landscaped gardens surrounding the building.

The site is situated on the corner of East Park Avenue and Dale Road which is a residential area in the district of Mutley. This convenient location is within walking distance of Central Park and close to the train station, Plymouth City Centre and the University.

The landowner would like a £5000 reservation fee

The Local Planning Authority has assessed that this development will attract an obligation to pay a financial levy under the Community Infrastructure Levy.

Regulations 2010 (as amended). Details of the process can be found on our website at www.plymouth.gov.uk/CIL.

Gentian Hill - SSTC

Situated close to a picturesque South Hams village is this development opportunity, being sold with outline planning consent.

The Plot will benefit from having panoramic views towards Dartmoor in the distance, the Sherford new town, local farmland and pony fields. The property is located around 1 mile from the vibrant Village of Brixton with boosts a local pub, restaurant, post office, primary school, newsagent and art gallery. The property is also within good access of Elburton, Plymstock and Plymouth in one direction and Yelampton, Mobury and Ivybridge in the other as well as Plympton onto the A38.

Surrounded by natural beauty spots and stunning walks this building plot has great potential to create an individually built oasis in the middle of a charming South Hams hamlet.

Application Officers Report:

Site Address: Gentian Hill, Brixton, PL8 2DL
Development: Outline application with all matters reserved for erection of replacement dwelling
Recommendation: Planning Permission Granted
Conditions: 1. Time Limit 2. Reserve matters time limit 3. Reserved matters plans 4. Approved Plans 5. Unidentified contamination 6. Surface water drainage 7. Foul drainage 8. Adherence to ecology report 9. Removal of PD1 10. Removal of PD2 11. Compliance with DEV32 12. Car Parking

Land At Manadon Wood, Conqueror Drive, Manadon, PL5 3UT

A unique opportunity to purchase approximately 4.6 acre of woodland within the City of Plymouth. The woodland is located close to the A38 intersection Manadon roundabout which also provides the main access to the North of the City via Tavistock Road. The tree’s are covered under a blanket preservation order.

We have title plans and copies of the tree preservation order that can be available to be emailed upon request. For more information regarding the site please contact James Clarke on james@langtownandcountry.com or call 01752 278499.

23 College Lane, Mutley, PL4 7AW - SSTC

Located in a cobbled road to the rear of Mutley Plain which is within a short walking distance and in close proximity of a wide range of amenities and a great selection of national chains and popular independent retailers. Benefitting from fantastic transport links into Plymouth City Centre and beyond. This really is a fabulous opportunity to acquire a site with a variety of options to development subject to the necessary consents the unit or use as storage.

The previous consent granted in 2014, was for a permitted development for two, 1 bedroom student apartments.

We understand this development will attract CIL community infrastructure levy details of this can be found at www.plymouth.gov.uk/cil

For further information regarding the previous consent, you can access the Plymouth City Council website using this planning reference 14/02084/GPD.

Contact James Clarke or Matthew Minett in our Land & New Homes team 01752 256000 (option 3).

Ground Floor
Storage 47.44 SQ M (511 SQ Ft)
Kitchen & WC

First Floor:
Storage 34.19 SQ M (368 SQ Ft)

Land for sale in Land at Venture Filling Station , Polbathic, PL11 3EU

Fantastic opportunity to acquire Land in Cornwall with outline planning consent for three dwellings (PA19/08643) with all matter reserved. The land formerly used as the garage premises known as Polbathic Garage and is a river fronted development opportunity.

Planning reference – PA19/08643 | Outline application for up to three dwellings with all matters reserved. Measuring approximately 0.5 acres the site is on land formerly used as the garage premises known as Polbathic Garage (Venture). The site is generally flat with a fall towards the river to the east and has been cleared. The land lies in the centre of the settlement and is within the landscape designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has had the associated buildings to the filling station removed. The site has indicative Outline Planning to construct three elevated detached dwellings with off road parking, Access will be gained from the A374. (All details taken from Cornwall Council Planning portal, enclosed documents)

The development will discharge waste to the existing foul drainage mains system, and the run-off of surface water will be discharged into new on-site soakaways, in accordance with standards as set out to meet current building regulations (Details taken from Planning Statement). A Ground Investigation Report and Flood Risk Assessment have been produced for the site. All interested parties are advised t make the necessary enquiries to the relevant utility companies to ascertain the viability and capacity of the connections to service the development.

Polbathic is a small village situated on the A374 near Torpoint, within the parish of St Germans, in south-east Cornwall. The village is situated on the edge of a tidal creek, known as Polbathick Lake, which is a branch of the River Tiddy and River Lynher river. The village offers amenities including a village hall and the Halfway House public house/restaurant. Plymouth is around 15 miles away with St Germans Train Station around one mile away with direct links to London. Polbathic is quintessential Cornwall and is conveniently located to some of Cornwall’s most popular destinations including beaches and marinas.

Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Information: The proposed development will be liable for a CIL charge, and the chargeable amount will be calculated when the reserved matters application is determined.

Smallack Drive, Crownhill, Plymouth - SSTC

Tenure: Freehold

Adjacent to Tavistock Road is this single-storey detached former commercial unit which sits on a largely level site and has parking for approximately six / seven vehicles. The current building provides a little over 1000 square foot of floor area, with the total site area being 3570 square foot (Title number DN117879). Internally the property is in need of extensive modernisation and comprises of a large workshop space (approx. 345 SQFT) three separate reception areas, kitchen and a large store. 

The property is located in a popular area situated to the north of Plymouth, close to Crownhill Police Station and Farm Foods and positioned (approximately) equally between Crownhill shopping precinct and Derriford Hospital. 

We understand that mains water, electric, gas and telecommunications are supplied to the unit. All interested parties are advised to make the necessary enquiries to the relevant utility companies to ascertain the viability and capacity of the connections to service the site prior to purchase.

Business Rates
Interested parties are advised to confirm the rating liability with Plymouth City Council.

Land for sale in Land at Portworthy - SSTC

£350,000 Guide Price


Ever wanted to develop your very own Grand Design property? We are pleased to bring to the market this unique opportunity to convert a former water tank into a exceptional home. The planning would involve the conversion of a former water tank to a single dwelling-house, with the partial removal of earth bunds and site landscaping Planning reference 2112/17/FUL (resubmission of 0377/17/FUL).

Portworthy is a former water storage tank that has now been decommissioned by South West Water. The tank is a concrete structure extending to 676 square metres of ground coverage. The structure is surrounded by grass covered earth mounds and is partly buried in the ground. It is dug in by about 2- metres with the overall height of the structure being 4 metres. The perimeter of the site is defined by metal fencing. Access to the site is gained from double metal gates leading from a hardstanding area on a roadside verge. There are hedgerow trees along the roadside that largely screen the tank. There are a series roof mounted cabins from the former use, with the roof being an asphalt covering. The approved plans also include a bowling alley.

Portworthy stands alone in the local area and has no near neighbours. Road access is from Park Lane. In the vicinity of the site the nearby opencast clay works and tungsten mine can be seen in the distance. Cann Woods is close to the site which is a publicly accessible forest managed by the Forestry Commission. Woodside animal rescue centre is located nearby. (Extraction from D&A planning statement)

The site is situated on the outskirts of Plympton in a small hamlet called Porthworthy, South Hams. A short distance from Elfordleigh Hotel and Golf Resort and Cann Woods the development benefits from panoramic Moor and woodland views. Plympton is a built up suburb of Plymouth.

The vendor informs us that the mains water connection is situated just outside the site, foul drainage will be via a new treatment plants to be installed by the new owner, electricity is connected by a electricity pole in the adjacent plot of land. Buyers will need to make and rely on their owns enquiries with regards to the services and make contact with all service providers before taking ownership.

  •  A Unique Opportunity To Build A Grand Design Style Home
  • Building Regulations Plans Available
  • Idyllic Setting With Panoramic Countryside Views
  • Detailed Planning Consent
  • Former Water Storage Tank

Planning Application Ref:2112/17/FUL

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