First time on the open market. An outstanding opportunity, to acquire a freehold plot, circa 1 acre, with planning permission, for eight, residential dwellings. Future potential, to increase the number of units, subject to all necessary consents.
Detached residential dwelling, to be demolished to implement the planning permission, sitting on circa, 1 acre, 3561.2 square meters. Mains Utilities on site, electricity and water. Vehicle access from direct from, Yapton Lane.
Planning; Arun District Council Ref: APP/C3810/W/21/3269025
Walberton is a village and civil parish in the Arun District of West Sussex, England, 5 miles (8 km) north-west of Littlehampton, and south of the A27 road. The land rises from 33–115 feet (10–35 m) above sea level, a quarter of the height of Nore Hill, the nearest foothill of the South Downs, which is to the north of the parish. The parish includes the smaller village of Binsted to the east and the larger neighbourhood of Fontwell, less than two-thirds of a mile (1 km) to the north-west. Walberton has a medieval church next to its clustered centre.
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