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  1. Thornwell Road, Bulwark, Chepstow NP16 5NS

    Leisure for sale


    4,700 sq ft

    • Car park
    • Furnished
    • Kitchen
    • Lounge
    • Restaurant

    Chepstow is a town in Wales adjoining the border with Gloucestershire approximately 18 miles north west of Bristol and approximately 19 miles east of Newport with a population of circa 13,000 residents. The pub is situated just off the M48 fronting Thornwell Road and is surrounded by predominantly residential dwellings with a small retail parade located in the immediate area comprising Dominos, Lidl, Londis, Spar, takeaway shops and Severn Bridge Social Club.

  2. Development Land Hill Farm, Pwllmeyric, Chepstow, NP16 6LA

    Land for sale


    0.67 hectares

    • Telephone system

    Outline Planning Permission has been granted subject to completion of a S106 Agreement. Indicative plan for 15 residential dwellings with the option of two additional plots for open market housing. The property comprises a block of relatively level agricultural land extending to approximately 0.67 hectares (1.65 acres) which has outline planning permission for residential development, this land is edged red on the attached plan. Additional land extending to 2.23ha (5.52 acres), edged blue is also available and has been promoted for development by Monmouthshire County Council in the last Unitary Development Plan. Planning Outline planning permission has been obtained (Planning Reference DC/2016/00953) subject to the completion of a S106 Agreement. All matters are reserved except for highways and access which is proposed from Pentwyn Close. The permission is granted for 6 open market residential units and 9 units are to be provided as either Low Cost Home ownership or Social Rented properties in accordance with the affordable housing provisions set out in planning policy S4 of the Monmouthshire County Council Adopted Local Development Plan.