Hollingwood Lane, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD7
Residential Development Opportunity
The site comprises an existing dwelling, with land having full planning permission for the construction of five terraced dwellings. The site is rectangular in shape and is a relatively level grassed open space with existing out buildings and garages; a section of the land to the north has rough terrain.
To the west boundary there is a stone wall backing on to the residential properties on Heathfield Grove. 100 Hollingwood Lane is a substantial end terraced property split over 3 floors; the properties are to be constructed at right angles to the terrace and accessed via Heathfield Grove. To the rear of the row is proposed a small garden for each property with 1.8 metre high timber fence and tree planting to boundaries.
Alongside the northern boundary of the property there is a strip of land between 100 Hollingwood Lane and a former railway lne. This strip has been vacant for many years and, whilst not included in the title deeds, the land has been used by the owners of 100 Hollingwood Lane and we are not aware of any other party having laid claim to it.
The site does not fall within the Great Horton Conservation Area.
The site has existing use buildings which require demolishing prior to the construction of the proposed dwellings.
The site benefits from full planning permission for the construction of 5 terrace dwellings.
Details of the planning permission and supporting documents can be found on the Bradford Council Public Access portal. The planning application number for the development is 16/08873/FUL.
Site images and title documentation is available electronically upon request.
The site extends to circa 0.34 Acres.