Deadline for Offers - 12pm on Thursday 11th April 2019, The Land to the South of Eastbury Avenue is situated in Northwood, part of the Three Rivers District Council., The immediate area is predominantly residential, with local accommodation comprising a mixture of purpose built apartment blocks, large converted houses and smaller detached dwellings., A range of local amenities can be found in Northwood town centre, approximately 1.3 km (0.8 miles) to the southwest. Northwood provides a wide range of shops including Waitrose, Boots, Costa Coffee and Baskin Robbins. There are also a number of restaurants serving multi-cultural cuisine and several coffee/snack bars., Sports and fitness enthusiasts are well catered for with clubs for golf, tennis, football, cricket and extensive facilities within the Virgin Active Sports and Social Club. Schooling in the area is excellent with a choice of state and private schools including: St Helen’s and Northwood College for girls, St Martin’s, St John’s and Merchant Taylors’ for boys., Northwood station provides direct London Underground services into Central London (Metropolitan line) with services to Baker Street taking approximately 32 minutes (source: TFL). The area is also well served by local bus routes., Freehold Residential Development Opportunity, Residential developmentopportunity in Northwood, Approx 1.3 km north east of Northwood Underground Station (Metropolitan Line)., 1.39 hectare (3.43 acre) cleared site, The site is broadly rectangular in shape and extends to 1.39 hectares (3.43 acres). The site was formerly a residential care home for the blind and partially sighted, known as Pocklington House, which closed in 2012 and has subsequently been demolished. The site has an approximate frontage to Eastbury Avenue of 218 m (715 ft) and an approximate return frontage to Watford Road of 109 m (358 ft). The western portion of the site is broadly cleared with trees and shrubs marking the site boundaries, whereas the eastern portion of the site is characterised by a relatively dense coverage of trees and shrubs.