About 31.55 acres of land with significant agricultural development potential.
Situated on the Chichester Plain, an area well known for its agricultural productivity this attractive parcel of arable land measuring approximately 31.45 acres is not to be missed. Every day amenities can be found in Chichester, which provides an extensive selection of shops, pubs and restaurants. All the land has been used to cultivate potatoes in the past but more recently the owners have grown cereals. There is also precedent in the area for the development of solar and glasshouses. Predominantly arable with a small area of woodland, located on the western side of the Selsey Road next to the village of Sidlesham. Slated Barn is named due to the ruined brick and flint barn that sits within the boundary. According to the magic maps application the land is predominantly grade 1 and 2 with a loamy soil and naturally high ground water.
Due to the significant opportunity and value attributed to the planning opportunities, an Overage Deed will be prepared in advance of any sale and a purchaser will be required to agree to a overage of 25% for any residential and commercial development excluding agriculture but including the development of glasshouses and renewable energy sources for a period of 25 years from the date of Completion.
Acreage: 0.9 Acres
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