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Land for sale: Building Plots / Land, Moulton

Reference: 35574_101505010456

Key Features

  • Development Land with Outline Planning Consent
  • Approx 1.14 Acres of Frontage
  • Planning Consent for 5 Plots
  • Land to the Rear by Separate Negotiation
  • £155,000 PER PLOT


Approximately 1.14 Acres of Frontage Development Land with OutlinePlanning Consent for 5 Plots together with Land to the Rear of about 1.8 AcresAVAILABLE INDIVIDUALLY OR IN COMBINATIONGUIDE PRICE: £155,000 Per Plot, Subject to ContractLand to Rear by Separate Negotiation


Guide Price: £155,000 PER PLOT - Land to Rear by Separate Negotiation

These high profile frontage Plots, together with the opportunity of acquiring additional land to the rear, lie on the east side of Church Lane in the village of Moulton. They provide one of the few remaining opportunities to acquire an individual plot or plots for private or developer build, all within easy walking distance of the centre of the village. Moulton offers excellent local village facilities including Church, Doctors' Surgery, Public House / Restaurant, Village Hall, Community Centre, Harrox Cricket Ground, Post Office and Shop, together with well regarded Primary School. It is one of the most attractive South Lincolnshire villages with a feature central village green close to the Church providing a focus for the village.

Moulton lies equi-distant from Spalding and Holbeach (4 miles) on the south side of the A151 and within easy reach of local centres, including the market towns of Spalding, Holbeach, Boston, Wisbech, Kings Lynn and the nearby expansion City of Peterborough. There are excellent road and rail communications via the A16 and Spalding Station provides connections to Peterborough to the south and Sleaford/Lincoln/Doncaster to the north. The area has a number of good sporting facilities, including Sports Clubs, Squash Courts, Tennis Clubs and Golf Courses, The Wash is within easy travelling distance as are both the Lincolnshire and Norfolk coasts.

The site has an overall frontage to Church Lane and extends in total to about 1.14 Acres (0.5 Hectares).

The layout of the individual plots is shown on the plan included in these Particulars and numbered south to north. Each Plot has been marked out and numbered accordingly.

The land to the rear extends to about 1.80 Acres (0.73 Hectares).

Outline Planning Consent has been granted for 5 frontage plots by South Holland District Council under reference no:
H13-1274-18. Full information regarding the application, the consent and other relevant matters is available from the Council's website: or upon request from the Agents Spalding Office - Call: 01775 765536.
The documents available are as follows:

• Planning Consent Specific attention is drawn to the conditions
• Site Plan included within the Planning Consent.
• Block Plan
• Topographical Survey Plan
• Design and Access Statement
• Flood Risk Assessment
• Environmental Screening / Archaeology
• Planning Statement

It will be noted from the current Consent that there is no requirement for any additional Contamination Report nor any Affordable requirement, and importantly, no restriction on size, subject to reasonable design and eventual Planning Consent.

Whilst the Vendors do not wish to restrict any 'reasonable' development on the individual plots, they would welcome the opportunity of understanding the type of property that prospective purchasers may wish to build in an effort to avoid the adverse design / build which could impact on the attractiveness of the overall development. It is envisaged that property types may vary between single storey bungalow and two storied houses of individual design, but interested parties are requested to advise of their particular intentions at the early stages of expressing interest in any particular plot.

We are advised, but cannot give warranty that mains electricity, water, drainage and gas, are available close by in Church Lane. It is the responsibility of all interested parties to carry out their own investigations as to the availability, practicality of connection and cost thereof of providing such services as they may require for development.

An Uplift Clause Provision is to be included in the contract documentation. The back land, when sold with all or any part of the frontage, will be subject to an Uplift Clause Provision whereby if, in the future, this land is used for any purpose other than agriculture, horticulture or in connection with private equestrian use, but following Planning Consent being granted for such an alternative use, an Uplift payment will be due to the Vendors to reflect the increase in value above the existing use value representing 35% of such increase, such clause to have effect for a period of 35 years from the date of completion of the sale.

The property is offered for sale by private treaty - the extent of the present ownership is as shown hatched green and mauve on the plan included in these Particulars and the area which has the benefit of planning consent, is shown approximately hatched green.

Enquiries should be directed to the Vendors' Agent:
The Development Land Department - Messrs R Longstaff & Co, 5 New Road, Spalding, Lincolnshire PE11 1BS
Specific enquiries can be directed to Christopher Longstaff, FRICS, FAAV
CALL: 07711 019 289 or by email:

TENURE The tenure of the land is freehold.

POSSESSION Vacant possession will be available upon completion.

The land is currently subject to an annual charge for drainage rates payable to South Holland Internal Drainage Board.

There will be an obligation for each purchaser to fence their southern and eastern boundaries with a minimum post and three strand wire prior to establishing more permanent boundaries to suit their particular requirements at a later stage. The initial fencing requirement should be completed within three months of completion of the sale.

At any reasonable time with a copy of these Particulars to hand. Regard should be had not damaging the growing crop and, therefore, it is anticipated that a roadside inspection will be sufficient for most initial purposes.

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Reference: 35574_101505010456

Contact Agent


5 New Road, Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE11 1BS
Tel: 01775 766766