Established poultry farm requiring redevelopment
Farnborough Poultry Farm is located to the east of the village of Farnborough in North Oxfordshire. The market town of Banbury and M40 junction 11 lies to the south. The farm is situated down a single track private roadway off the A423.
Farnborough Farm extends to about 5.88 acres (3.37 ha) and comprises a 3/4 bedroom bungalow (subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Condition) and seven poultry sheds, together with ancillary buildings comprising of office, staff rooms, plant and generator rooms. The site has been used for the rearing of broiler birds for meat production for over 50 years and is now in need of complete redevelopment.
The 3/4 bedroom red brick bungalow enjoys views over the surrounding countryside and has an enclosed garden to the rear together with an attached garage. The bungalow is subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Condition (AOC), and in need of some modernisation.
The bungalow comprises a kitchen with a small conservatory, living room, family bathroom, W.C. and four bedrooms.
There are seven timber framed poultry houses with timber framed construction on concrete floors and concrete block bases which cover a gross internal area (GEA) of about 79,857 square feet. Subject to securing the necessary planning permissions,
the site is now in need of complete redevelopment.
Such a redevelopment should enable better use of space on the site, together with the opportunity to increase the bird capacity.
Furthermore there is an office, mess room, toilets and other ancillary sheds for equipment on site.
The site benefits from a permit (Permit No. EPR/KP3137MJ) to operate as a poultry farm under the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2010.
Acreage: 5.88 Acres