SUMMARY A fantastic opportunity for a self-builder or a small developer to purchase land on the edge of this popular village in Suffolk. Located off Station Road in Lakenheath.
The building plot has outline planning permission for a detached one and a half storey dwelling. For further information please view DC/21/0344/OUT on the West Suffolk Planning Portal.
Lakenheath is a village and civil parish in the West Suffolk district of Suffolk in eastern England. It has a population of 4,691 according to the 2011 Census, and is situated close to the county boundaries of both Norfolk and Cambridgeshire, and at the meeting point of The Fens and the Breckland natural environments.
LAKENHEATH Lakenheath is a village within Suffolk that has a strong community feel. There is a small shopping street on which a variety of multi-cultural shops, restaurants, and services are available. Horse-riding services are also present. The village has a modern library with various amenities. Along this main road there is a small hotel, skate park, and a children's play park. There is also a railway station on the edge of the village, providing transport links to Norwich, Cambridge and Ely.
Lakenheath has two pubs though historically it had at least sixteen more. The Plough Inn (also known as the Wok n Rock) is a spacious flint-faced 19th-century bar, Far Eastern restaurant and takeaway. It reopened at the end of 2013 after being closed for two years. The other pub is the Brewer's Tap.
There are a variety of after school clubs for the Children including Scouts, Guides, Martial Arts and Performing Arts school.
LOCATION Lakenheath is a village located in the county of Suffolk. The larger towns of Cambridge, Bury St Edmunds and Thetford are easily accessed via the A11 and A14. Lakenheath is a popular choice for those who wish to live off base but only want a short commute.
Lakenheath railway station is on the Breckland Line in the east of England, serving the village of Lakenheath, Suffolk. The line runs between Cambridge in the west and Norwich in the east. Lakenheath is 82 miles from London Liverpool Street via Ely.