A rare residential development opportunity on the outskirts of Sheffield city centre with the benefit of detailed planning consent for 26 houses, conveniently located for a short commute into the city
The property includes a cleared site of a uniform shape, extending to approximately 1.46 acres. It's most recent use was as the former Foundry Workers Club, the buildings for which have been demolished some time ago. The property is mainly covered by grass and low level of shrubbery with a number of small trees.The property was granted detailed planning consent on 28 August 2020 for the erection of 26 no. two-storey dwellings (4 no. two-bed and 22 no. three bed) and associated works including formation of access road, provision of parking and hard and soft landscaping. Planning reference: 19/03963/FULIn granting consent the local authority has not attached any affordable housing requirements and nor is there a Section 106 Agreement requiring any developer contributions. CIL however will be applicable and the site falls in Zone 3 which currently has a charge rate of £39.33/m².
The property is located on the south side of Sheffield Parkway with access via Beaumont Road North, approximately 1.5 miles from Sheffield City Centre. Sheffield Parkway provides easy access in and out of the city and Junction 33 of the M1 Motorway is approximately 4 miles east. It is close to local schools, shops and community facilities and regular bus services pass close to the site taking approximately 20 minutes to reach the city centre