Innes England is marketing a prime residential opportunity in Mansfield, offering developers the chance to build much-needed homes in a highly sought-after North Nottinghamshire area.
Located to the south of the town, the 8.15 acre site offers an attractive development opportunity on the boundary of Nottingham and Mansfield, with outline planning consent for 107 dwellings.
Acting on behalf of Mansfield Sand Company Ltd, the property agent has been instructed to market the former Mansfield Sand premises on Sandhurst Avenue.
Laura Jardine, surveyor at Innes England, is acting on behalf of the client. She said: “This land offers a hugely important opportunity in Mansfield and we are delighted to be bringing this site to market. The area is particularly attractive to developers as it offers competitive land prices, making it the ideal location for growth and new homes in this community.”
The outline planning permission granted by Mansfield District Council has already paved the way for a potential 107 traditional new build homes, overlooking public green space. Given its close proximity to the Mansfield town centre and its 13.5 mile distance from Nottingham city centre, the site is certain to be popular with families and commuters alike.
Laura added: “This site is perfect for residential development thanks to its excellent public transport links including regular bus services and dedicated town centre railway station close by. Mansfield is an area which is going from strength to strength, becoming more attractive for developers and business owners alike.”
Notably, the 8.15 acre site is situated closely to the planned mixed-use urban extension of Berry Hill, which is also optimising on the regeneration of the area and the award-winning Beacon college, West Nottinghamshire College.