The second phase of a prime residential development site on the southern outskirts of Derby has launched through East Midlands land agents Mather Jamie, promising 150 new homes for the Sinfin area across the total site.
The 17.9 acre agricultural site, which is for sale as a whole, comprises phase one – which has already been granted outline planning permission by Derby City Council for 50 homes – and phase two, which is expected to receive outline planning permission from South Derbyshire District Council for 100 further dwellings later this month.
Situated just 500 metres north of the A50, the site represents an excellent opportunity for a developer looking to create a diverse collection of homes, from smaller properties for first-time buyers to larger family houses, close to the popular suburb of Sinfin.
Bordered by housing to the north and agricultural land to the south and east, the site will form part of an ambitious, 1,850-home scheme dubbed the Infinity Garden Village: an entire new community which is set to cover south of Sinfin and Stenson Fields.
There is a host of pre-existing amenities and services within walking distance of Wragley Fields, at the well-established Sinfin District Centre – including a supermarket, Post Office, medical centre, library and church – as well as a selection of primary and secondary schools, also a short walk from the site.
Amy Biddell, Associate Director at Mather Jamie, said: “This is a fantastic site south of Derby and represents an opportunity for a developer to invest in land with outline planning consent which is also part of the larger Infinity Garden Village scheme.”
For further details of development land opportunities across the East Midlands, please contact Amy Biddell on 01509 233433.
Established in 1991 and based in the East Midlands, Mather Jamie Chartered Surveyors is an independent mixed commercial and agricultural practice with a long-established and unrivalled reputation for delivering reliable advice and expertise on residential and commercial developments. For more information please telephone 01509 233433 or visit www.matherjamie.co.uk.