A well located residential development opportunity in the village of Harby in the Vale of Belvoir., Harby is a well connected village located beside the Grantham Canal, in the Vale of Belvoir. The village lies within Melton District in Leicestershire., Harby's facilities and amenities are commensurate with its size, comprising a pub, a church and an Ofsted "outstanding" primary school. The village bus services provide direct connections to the surrounding conurbations of Bottesford, Bingham and Melton Mowbray., Harby is well serviced by surrounding road networks with access south to Melton Mowbray (approximately 9 miles), west to Nottingham (approximately 15 miles), north to Newark (approximately 19 miles) and south west to Leicester (approximately 25 miles). The village is also situated six miles east of the A46, providing easy access to the M1 motorway, and 12 miles west of the A1., The nearest postcode for the site is LE14 4BE., Parcel A benefits from outline planning permission on 13 January 2017 for the erection of up to 53 dwellings on the site of the former Millway Foods factory., Parcel B comprises a greenfield site situated adjacent to Parcel A and owned by the same landowner., We are inviting interest on Parcel A and or Parcel A & B, on an unconditional or conditional basis., Further information is detailed in an information pack available from Savills., Total area circa 3.18 hectares (7.9 acres) development land, Parcel A: Outline Planning Permission for 53 residential dwellings, Parcel B: Future potential development opportunity, Images shown are computer generated, Situated in Harby, a desirable Leicestershire village, The Property comprises a vacant part brownfield site (Parcel A) part greenfield site (Parcel B) located at the western end of the village. The Property fronts Colston Lane which runs the length of its south western boundary and provides access to the village centre and out towards the A46. The Property is bound by open agricultural land to the north and east, Colston Lane to the south, and the Grantham Canal to the western boundary. The Property is broadly rectangular in shape, with the brownfield element sloping down towards the canal. The brownfield element currently comprises a derelict former cheese factory 'Millway Foods', partly demolished and fire damaged. The majority of the perimeter of the Property is bound by mature trees. There is an existing vehicular access via Colston Lane situated at the southern corner of the Property's boundary. We calculate that site has the following areas: Parcel A - approximately 1.94 ha (4.8 acres). Parcel B - approximately 1.24 ha (3 acres).