An exciting development opportunity in the centre of the historic market town of Banbury. The site has approved planning permission to build four x two bedroom apartments and two x two bedroom houses.
The planning permission has been granted for four x two bedroom apartments and two x two bedroom mews houses. The GEA (gross external area) for the properties are as follows:
Apartments 1 & 4: 74sqm (796sq')
Apartments 2 & 3: 78sqm (839sq')
Mews Houses (plots 5 & 6): 106sqm (1140sq')
Detailed information can be found on the Cherwell Council Planning Portal (https://planningregister.cherwell.gov.uk/) using planning application number 16/02154/F. We are happy to email an information pack out to interested parties so please feel free to contact us for further information.
The site is located in close proximity to Banbury Town Centre. From the Banbury Cross round a bout proceed along South Bar Street (A361), after approximately 200 yards turn right onto Crouch Street and then left onto New Road; the site is situated approximately 50 yards on the left. It is a closed site so can only be accessed / viewed when being accompanied by Maxwells Estate Agents.
Banbury is the main town serving North Oxfordshire. It has a population of approx. 40,000 people and is twinned with Ermont in France and Hennef in Germany. The M40 which connected to Banbury in 1990, now provides easy access to London, Birmingham and the North and has made Banbury a very desirable town to be situated in. There is a mainline railway station in Banbury Town Centre which provides commuter access to London Marylebone in less than an hour and Birmingham New Street.
There are a number of small and independent shops in the town centre as well as the big chains you can find in any town. There is a market on Thursdays and Saturdays as well as a Farmers Market on the First Friday of Every Month.
The Banbury Cross, which is located on a roundabout in the middle of the town, was erected in 1859 to celebrate the wedding of Prince Frederick of Prussia to his bride, the original cross having been pulled down some 250 years earlier.