Freehold residential development opportunity allocated for a net capacity of 50 units in the Hastings Local Plan, The Site is located in Ore Valley, a suburb to the north east of Hastings, East Sussex. Ore railway station is located to the south of the Site and provides a regular Southern service operating on an hourly basis to London Victoria via Lewes and Haywards Heath (average journey time 2 hours 14 minutes) and to Brighton via Eastbourne (average journey time 1 hour 18 minutes)., Ore Valley is situated within eastern Hastings, a predominately residential area benefiting from attractions including the Old Town and the Stade, Hastings Country Park Nature Reserve and Hastings Cliffs Special Area of Conservation. There is also a considerable business accommodation offer at the Ivyhouse Lane employment area., Conditional and unconditional offers invited, Proposals will be considered not just on the basis of price but on community benefit; financial strength of the offer; site specific matters and deliverability, Covering letter to be issued in due course outlining exact bid requirements and deadline, Freehold residential development opportunity, Derelict partially cleared/ wooded Site containing remnant structures, Site extends to approximately 6.6 acres (2.7 hectares), Allocated in Local Plan for 50 units (HOV2), To the north east of Ore Station, 1 mile north east of Hastings Town Centre, Prior to the 1960s, the Site was used for agricultural/ pastoral purposes and as a brickworks. Post 1960s, the Site contained two power stations, which were cleared to ground level in the early 2000s. The Site is currently derelict, with some remnant structures remaining. Further information is available on the brochure. The Site falls under the planning jurisdiction of Hastings Borough Council. The Site is allocated in the Hastings Proposals Map for residential development under site reference HOV2 - Ore Valley, with a possible net capacity of 50 units. The regeneration of the wider Ore Valley area has been a long term objective of Hastings Borough Council, which was formerly enabled by the Millennium Communities Programme. Through this programme the Sussex Coast College and first phase of housing has been developed, but the HOV2 allocation remains, with the HOV1 allocation at the Former Stills Factory now being developed into 101 residential dwellings.