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    North of Brewers Lane, Badsey, Evesham, WR11 7EU

    Office for sale

    • P.O.A.
    • 2.19 hectares
    • Surveillance
    • Train transport

    Brownfield development opportunity on the fringe of Badsey, Badsey is a village and civil parish in the Wychavon District of Worcestershire. The village is located approximately 2.0 miles (3.2 km) east of Evesham, off Badsey Brook, a tributary of the River Avon. Other nearby commercial centres include Cheltenham, Stratford-upon-Avon and Worcester, all within approximately 15 - 20 miles. Central Birmingham, the nearest provincial centre, is located approximately 33.0 miles (53.1 km) to the north. According to the 2011 census, Badsey Parish has a population of 2,601 residents over 1,050 households., Badsey has two parks, a first school, parish church dedicated to St James, and a village shop with a post office located inside. There are two local pubs named the Wheatsheaf Inn and The Round of Gras., There is a mixture of architectural styles throughout the village, predominantly in red brick construction with some stone buildings and some black and white timber., Key access routes are via the A46 running along Evesham’s eastern periphery, connecting with the M5 to the south west at Tewkesbury (approximately 13.0 miles / 20.1 km) and the M40 to the north east at Warwick (approximately 25.0 miles / 40.2 km)., Henshaws and Diamond Bus run regular bus services from Badsey, (opposite Horsebridge Avenue) into the centre of Evesham. The nearest rail service is from Evesham station, lying on the Cotswold Line between Oxford and Hereford., Trains depart for direct connections to Worcester, Great Malvern and Hereford to the north west, and to Oxford, Reading and London Paddington (approximately, 1hr 55m)., Viewings: It is possible to partly view the site from the road side, however, if you would like to walk the site arrangements must be made strictly through Savills. Please contact Samantha Carter or Graham Jones on 01242 548 004., Brownfield development opportunity on the fringe of Badsey;, Category 1 Village;, Approximately 5.41 acres (2.19 hectares);, Offers invited, The site comprises an irregular shaped parcel equating to approximately 5.41 acres (2.19 hectares) on the eastern edge of Badsey. Formerly a market gardening operation, the site accommodates an industrial unit adjoining agricultural use. Brewers Lane forms the south eastern site boundary with the local cricket and recreation club beyond. There is a new housing development, nearing completion, adjoining the northern boundary. Topography is relatively level over the site and the surrounding area. Existing access is directly off Brewers Lane into the south western corner of the site. This may also be the proposed access for any development proposals. The adopted Local Plan for the area is the South Worcestershire Development Plan (SWDP), a joint plan prepared by the three partnering Councils of Wychavon, Malvern Hills and Worcester City. The Local Plan, which was adopted in February 2016, sets out the clear vision for development in the area up to the year 2030. The SWDP identifies two housing allocations within Badsey, SWDP59/14 and SWDP59x, both situated to the northern part of the village, off Badsey Road. Badsey has been identified within the SWDP as Category 1 village, where there is a level of services and facilities suitable to accommodate market and affordable housing needs alongside limited local employment needs. In relation to a Local Plan review, Policy SWDP 62 (Implementation) states “Progress on the delivery of the SWDP will be monitored annually and a partial or whole Plan review commenced if the Plan is significantly failing to meet its objectives, or if the policy context requires a review”. The SWDP also states, based on evidence at the time of adoption, that a partial Local Plan review may need to commence by the end of 2019. The site is outside, but adjoining, the defined settlement boundary. It is outside any designated high risk flood zone and detached from the village Conservation Area. Significant areas to the north, west and south of Badsey are constrained due to high risk flood zones and some areas to the north face multiple ownership constraints.