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Development Land, Ailwyns Acre, Cranfield, Bedford, Bedfordshire, MK43
The site comprises approximately 1.45 acres in total with planning permission for a total of 5 executive dwellings in a private cul-de-sac style development. The exclusive development provides double garages and large garden plots helping marketability.
The site was previously associated with Cranfield Manor as a walled garden and is classified as Grade 3 non-agricultural land. Therefore, the site is considered to be at low risk from contamination.
The development access will be served via Ailwyns Acre. The site is also accessible for viewing via the field gate along Lodge Road. The site is free from significant topographical constraints but is subject to tree preservation orders and an undesignated heritage asset (historic wall) which will need to be retained.
The planning permission can be found under Central Bedfordshire Local Authority under the reference CB/19/04315/FULL. The permission was granted on appeal dated 18th February 2022, for 5 substantial detached dwellings with garages. The site will be sold subject to an overage reservation for additional dwellings.
The site can be viewed via the field gate along Lodge Road, alternatively the site can be viewed via Ailwyns Acre. Access on site is by prior appointment with Kirkby Diamond.
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The closing date for offers is 12 noon on Thursday 12th May 2022.
Cranfield is a large attractive village located to the west of Central Bedfordshire. Cranfield's heritage dates back to the medieval period with the Manor of Cranfield being held by Ramsey Abbey. Cranfield is in a rural location, surrounded by open countryside, ideal for country walks.
The site is located between Milton Keynes (7.9 miles) and Bedford (13.2 miles) and is in proximity to good infrastructure links, A421 (3.7 miles), A509 (4.4 miles), M1 J13 (4.2 miles) and the M1 J14 (5.7 miles). The M1 provides easy access into Northampton (21.5 miles)
and Luton (19.2 miles).