Excellent Residential Development Opportunity., The land is located in the village of Rastrick which is to the southwest of Brighouse on the northern side of the M62. The site has a gross area of approximately 0.4 ha (1 acre)., The wider surrounding areas include Huddersfield Golf Course and the urban areas of Rastrick, Fixby, Elland and, further afield, Huddersfield. Romwell Bottom Nature Reserve is approximately 1.5km to the north and includes the River Calder and Hebble Navigation., The nearest railway station is named Brighouse but it is actually situated in Rastrick. Regular bus services run on Dewsbury Road and New Hey Road. The village has two secondary schools – Rastrick High School (Ofsted Rating Good with 73% grade 4 or above in English & Maths – 10% above English average) and Rastrick Grammar School. It has several primary schools., Predominately used as allotment land at present, Draft allocation for residential development in Calderdale Council's Local Plan, Excellent schools within the village together with a railway station, The site is primarily used for allotments comprising 5 to 6 allotments, which are currently tenanted. The site features a range of buildings relating to the allotments (sheds/garages and greenhouses) and is presently overgrown, featuring vegetation and a number of trees to the western boundary. Further information on the quality of trees is available within the arboricultural assessment available within the data room. The site will be accessed off Spout Hill, and for the purposes of viewing the site at present, the site can be viewed via the public footpath to the west off Sage Grove.