Land to the rear of 13 Clapton Common, London E5 9AA

Offers in excess of £375,000

Freehold Development Opportuntiy - Clapton Common E5


Planning permission to erect a 2 bedroom dwelling

Desirable Hackney location

Offers are invited in excess of £375,000


The site currently comprises a vacant piece of land formally occupied by a domestic garage. The site benefits from planning permission to create a part two and part three storey house. The property when constructed will consist of two bedrooms, two bathrooms and will be approximately 915sq.ft in size.


The area offers a diverse community of local shops and businesses, situated in the ever increasingly popular Borough of Hackney. The property is in close proximity to the pleasant recreational spaces of both Clapton Common and Springfield Park.


The property is located within close proximity to several stations servicing the north London area including Clapton (0.6mi), Stamford Hill (0.7mi) and Stoke Newington (0.5mi) whilst the London Bus network ensures quick and easy access to the Underground Tube network.

Planning Permission

Planning permission has been granted by the London Borough of Hackney Planning Department under the reference 2014/3406 for the erection of a part two and part three storey dwelling house on land at rear of 13 Clapton Common and fronting Forburg Road.

For further information in regards to this application please contact Hackney Council Planning Department on 020 8356 8062


We understand that VAT is not applicable.

Financial Contributions

The site is subject to a CIL contribution of £2,975.


Viewings can be adequately made from the roadside in the first instance.


Offers are invited in excess of £375,000 for the vacant freehold interest.

Additional Information

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.