Property Details

Proposed Development Site, Cuton Hall Lane, Chelmer Village Way, Springfield, Chelmsford - Chelmsford

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Cuton Hall Lane, Chelmer Village Way, Springfield, Chelmsford



Expressions of interest are sought for this freehold site


Chelmsford, the County Town of Essex, is located approximately 30 miles from London and 12 miles from Junction 28 of the M25.

The site is situated approximately 2 miles from the City centre on the junction of Cuton Hall Lane and Chelmer Village Way on the edge of the Chelmer Village residential area, adjacent to the B & Q retail store, and close to Chelmsford Business Park and the Dukes Park employment area.


This predominantly level site has an extensive road frontage and is capable, subject to planning, of providing a developable area in the order of 1.86 acres depending upon the form of development and its ecological impact. The area of land to be sold is edged in yellow on the attached plan for identification purposes only.



Both an Ecological Appraisal and Reptile Survey have been carried out and the attached site plan indicates the mitigation area that has been discussed with Natural England.  The site plan is preliminary in form and seeks to identify an extent of additional land required to that already allocated, adjacent to a previously agreed area of habitat for Great Crested Newts.  Formal approval and agreement with Natural England will be required once a planning application seeking development of the site has been submitted to Chelmsford City Council.  Preliminary discussions held with Natural England have sought to reflect a proposed residential use of the site.  The area required for mitigation is likely to vary depending upon the form of residential development, or if the land is developed for an alternative use.


Freehold together with shared ecology rights to the mitigation land shown on the attached site plan – see link below.


The site is included within the area of land allocated in the Chelmsford Borough Local Development Framework as Open Space.  However, planning permission was granted in September 2014 on the adjoining site, which was also within the Open Space allocation, for the development of a children’s day nursery. A submission has been made to the City Council in response to their “Call For Sites 2014” that the site is suitable for allocation for residential or commercial development.


Expressions of Interest are sought by the 14th October and should include:-

1. The type of development proposed and how this will be delivered

2. The scale of the scheme.

3. Price per acre.

4. Conditions

5. A summary of previous developments undertaken.

6. Method of funding.

Note that our clients are not obliged to accept the highest or any proposal put forward.

Location Plan

Site Plan


Misrepresentation Act 1967: Conditions under which particulars are issued: Taylor and Company for themselves and for the vendors or lessors of this property whose agents they are give notice that:-

1. These particulars do not constitute, nor constitute any part of, an offer or contract.

2. None of the statements contained in these particulars as to this property is to be relied on as a statement or representation of fact.

3. Any intending purchaser must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these particulars.

4. The vendor does not make or give, and Taylor and Company nor any person in their employment has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.

Finance Act 1989: Unless otherwise stated all prices and rents are quoted exclusive of VAT. Property Misdescription Act 1991: These details are believed to be correct at the time of compilation but may be subject to subsequent amendment.

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