Bury St Edmunds | Suffolk | IP33 3PB
Bury St Edmunds 0 miles | Ipswich 22 miles | Newmarket 13 miles
Land at Cullum Road, Bury St Edmunds
A rare opportunity to purchase 14.29 acres of amenity land within the heart of Bury St Edmunds. The land for sale was previously grazed with sheep and cattle historically and has now been left unmanaged for the past 25-30 years. For sale as a whole, offers for smaller parcels may be considered.
A rare opportunity to purchase 14.29 acres of amenity land within the heart of Bury St Edmunds.
The land for sale was previously grazed with sheep and cattle historically and has now been left unmanaged for the past 25-30 years.
The land is accessed by two gateways from Cullum Road, Bury St Edmunds.
An overage clause will be implemented for 50 years. In the event that planning permission is achieved for any significant non-agricultural development then 50% of the uplift in value will be payable to the Vendors upon grant of the planning permission.
The land is identified as an area of environmental importance in the Local Plan.
Basic Payment Scheme
The land has been not been registered with the Rural Land Register and there are no Basic Payment Scheme Entitlements with the land.
There are various dilapidated buildings and railway carriages on the land, the buildings are constructed mainly from timber frames and tin construction. Please note the site will not be cleared prior to the completion of the sale, purchasers should satisfy themselves with the condition of the current site.
Directions from LSK Bury Office
Head west on Risbygate Street, at the roundabout take first exit towards Parkway. Follow this road until Cullum Road and land is located on your right hand side opposite the Greene King entrance.
Tenure and Possession
The land is currently unmanaged and will be sold with vacant possession by Private Treaty
Method of Sale
The land is offered for sale as a whole, offers for smaller parcels may be considered, although the Vendors intend to sell all of the land.
The land will be offered by private treaty, offers are invited. However, the right is reserved to sell the property without such a procedure.
Minerals, Timber and Sporting Rights
These rights are in hand and included within the sale. Some of the woodland is planted with cricket bat willow trees which have been left unmanaged since for the past 20 years.
There are none.
Rights of Way, Easements and Wayleaves
The property is sold and will be conveyed with the benefit of and subject to all rights of way (whether public or private), water, drainage, sewerage, light, wayleaves and other easements, if any, subject to all outgoings or charges connected with or chargeable upon the property whether mentioned herein or not.
There is a footpath which runs along the whole of the western boundary edge of the land and interlocks with a second path which goes through north western point leading back to Cullum Road.
During daylight hours with these particulars in hand. For further details regarding this land please contact:-
Graham Ford MRICS
Tel: 01284 748634
Call Lacy Scott & Knight
on 01284 748600 to arrange a viewing