Land to the R/O 123 Whitchurch Lane, Edgware HA8 6NZ
Offers in excess of £600,000
Age Exclusive Residential Development Opportunity with Planning Permission for 6 Bungalows
Implemented consent for 6 bungalows
No CIL or 106 contributions
Desirable North West London location
Offers are invited in excess of £600,000
The existing site comprises of a vacant piece of land to the rear of 123 Whitchurch Lane with implemented planning permission to construct 6 age exclusive bungalows in 2 single storey blocks with access from Stratton Close. The scheme will comprise 6 x two bedroom units with ample amenity and parking spaces. The site is offered with no CIL or Section 106 contributions.
The site is located in Edgware, North London within the London Borough of Harrow. The Broadwalk Centre is within close proximity offering a large selection of High Street shops. The site is also only a short 5 minute walk away from the pituresque Canons Park with woodland walks, a children’s playground and a historic walled garden.
The site is centrally located, with both Canons Park (Jubilee Line) and Edgware (Northern Line) Station within half a mile. The M1 motorway and A406 are a short drive away.
Planning permission was granted under reference P/3720/08 on 26/03/2009 for 6 retirement units in 2 single storey blocks; access to the site will be from Stratton Close.
Buyers note: The permission has been implemented and documentation is available within our further information pack. For all further planning enquiries please contact Harrow Council Planning Department 020 8901 2650
We understand the property is not elected for VAT.
Can be adequately made from the roadside in the first instance.
Offers are invited in excess of £600,000 for the vacant freehold interest.
Copies of the existing and proposed floor plans and decision notice are available upon request.
Please note the information provided by Highfield Investments London Limited, trading as Highfield Investments has been given in good faith, however all parties must undertake their own due diligence to satisfy themselves in regards to accuracy.