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Holton-le-Clay is situated approximately 5.2 miles from
Grimsby and 10.8 miles from the busy market town of
Louth. This sought after, popular village has a population
of around 3,700 and lies due east of the Lincolnshire
Wolds. It offers a good range of amenities including two
local schools, Holton-le-Clay infants school and Holton-leClay
junior school, within easy reach are Tollbar Academy
and New Waltham Secondary School. The town sits on the
eastern side of the A16, one of Lincolnshire's major roads.
The A16 runs parallel with the coastline between
Peterborough in the south and Grimsby. The coast is
located a short distance away and the Lincolnshire Wolds
Conservation Area is approximately 5 miles west.
This property presents an opportunity to develop up to 300
dwellings over four phases A-D. Phase D is now Sold STC. An indicative masterplan
and landscaping plan (plan A opposite) of the proposed
phases is shown in these particulars. Larger format and
electronic versions are available from the agents upon
request via Dropbox. Prospective parties can see a full set
of documents in the marketing pack available upon request
(via Dropbox file sharing portal) from the sole agents and to
make themselves fully aware of its contents before making
There is a good range of local retailing in nearby Grimsby
and Cleethorpes including various national supermarkets
and a full range of independent shops, pubs and well
renowned golf courses. The Humber Bank is located a
short distance away. Grimsby Town is well known for its
food processing industry, sports teams, having an excellent
and well supported National League Two football team. The
site is situated a strategic distance away from Grimsby and
enjoys leafy countryside aspects. It is ideally located for
families and professionals who like to relax near open
countryside whilst still retaining close links to employment
and retail hubs.
VAT is payable on the purchase price on phases A-C.
Planning application reference N/085/00883/15 was
accepted by ELDC planning committee. The proposal was
for a ‘hybrid application consisting of outline permission
for the erection of up to 300 dwellings with the means of
access to be considered and full planning permission for
change of use of land from agricultural land to a recreation
ground (incorporating sports pavilion, car park, play area,
allotment gardens and cemetery extension’.
Freehold with Vacant Possession on Completion. The
land is currently pasture land and farmed by the
vendors. Title Documents available from the agents upon request.
The land is subject to a promotion agreement for the
southerly block which is owned by five charities. Further
details available from the selling agents.
The land may be viewed on foot only during daylight hours
with a copy of these particulars.
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