Golden opportunity for residential development in Long Whatton


Golden opportunity for residential development in Long Whatton

The 0.43 acre site, which is located on the corner of Main Street and Smithy Lane in the Leicestershire village, has been granted outline planning permission by North West Leicestershire District Council for the erection of up to four dwellings with associated access, parking and landscaping.

Permission has also been granted for the demolition of an existing bungalow and outbuildings at the site to make way for the new homes.

The site, excluding the bungalow, can be viewed at any time during daylight hours, and purchasers wishing to view the bungalow and its garden should contact Mather Jamie to arrange a viewing.

Amy Biddell, Associate Director of Mather Jamie, said, “This is a rare chance to acquire a well located development site in the village of Long Whatton, with planning for much-needed residential dwellings for the area. “With excellent road links to Junctions 23 and 23a of the M1, East Midlands Airport and other major routes, and being close to Nottingham, Leicester, Loughborough, this site would be an excellent investment for the right buyer.”

Long Whatton is a thriving village in the heart of the National Forest near the northern boundary of Leicestershire, with a primary school, post office, shops and pubs handily located along its mile long Main Street.