Price on Application
- 37 Acres
Aycliffe Quarry, Aycliffe
Newton Aycliffe, County Durham
- Commercial Development Land Extending to Approximately 37ac (15ha), Available as Whole or Part
- Excellent Road Communications
- Offers invited
- Vendor is Submitting Application for Outline Planning Consent for a Mix of Leisure and Use Classes B1, B2 & B8
A commercial and leisure development opportunity with development land extending to approximately 37Ac (15Ha), Available as Whole or Part.
Expressions of interest are invited for the freehold interest in the land edged red on the plan. The site amounts to approximately 37acres (15 hectares) and consideration will be given to a sale or joint venture over the whole or part of the land.
There is an extant planning consent for commercial development on the southern part of the site. The Vendor is in the process of submitting an outline planning application for the provision of a mix of leisure and employment uses including B1, B2 and B8 across the whole site.
The site extends to approximately 37ac (15ha) which is available in whole or part. The land comprises the former mineral extraction and landfill site at Aycliffe Quarry. It includes a mix of agricultural land, woodland and an area of hardstanding.
The site benefits from excellent road communications and holds a prominent position just off the A167 and A1.
In 2015, planning permission was granted for the erection of an industrial unit and change of use of land to general storage and commercial market. Further information is found under planning application DM/15/03610/FPA.
Outline planning permission was granted in 2000 for a hotel/motel conference centre with leisure and recreation facilities under planning reference 7/1999/0193/DM, with a subsequent reserved matter application granted permission in 2003.
Each party will be responsible for their own costs incurred.
All figures quoted are exclusive of VAT where applicable.
For further information, please contact James Carruthers or Victoria Huntley at:
Telephone: 01388 529 531 / 0191 605 3486