The Property The development site has the benefit of outline planning permission for a single detached dwelling offering accommodation on two floors. The indicative drawing which accompanied the application suggests that the property would offer 4 bedroom accommodation, and would also have the benefit of an attached double garage. The Site The plot stands in a prominent corner position at the junction between Bacton Road and New Bells Lane, and has a main frontage of approximately 60'. The overall plot size is listed on the planning application as 750 sq.m. (0.18 acres). Planning Permission Outline planning permission was granted by Mid Suffolk District Council on the 11th January 2019 under reference DC/18/04614. The documents associated with the application are viewable on Mid Suffolk District Council's website. Services No detailed investigation into the provision of services have been made and prospective purchasers should undertake their own enquiries. Notwithstanding the above the site is surrounded by existing residential properties which we understand have the benefit of mains water, drainage and electricity, and therefore we assume that the services are readily available to the site. Location The plot is positioned within the hamlet of Haughley Green which is approximately 1 mile north of the main village of Haughley, and stands adjacent to the Bacton Road. Nearest facilities are within the village of Haughley, and include a primary school, pub, village stores, village hall and church. The hamlet is only 2 miles from the A14 trunk route, and approximately 4 miles from the Mid Suffolk market town of Stowmarket which offers a general range of shopping facilities. Amenities within Stowmarket also include a sports and leisure centre, a small cinema, and a main line rail station providing a regular commuter service to London Liverpool Street. Viewing Prospective viewers should contact the agents to advise them of an intention to view, and then visit the site during daylight hours with particulars in hand. Community Infrastructure Levy A Community Infrastructure Levy will be payable by the purchaser of the plot to Mid Suffolk District Council. Enquiries concerning such payment should be made to Mid Suffolk District Council, but it is expected that payment will become due at the commencement of development works. The CIL payment is charged on an initial figure of £115 per sq.m., but is subject to annual indexation. Further Information Further information associated with the planning permission can be obtained from the Stowmarket office of Lacy Scott & Knight who are sole agents. Enquiries should be directed to Robert Bryce on 01449 612384 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Directions From Stowmarket proceed north westward for approximately 2 miles taking the signposted turning into the village of Haughley. Travel through the village northward in the direction of Bacton, and after approximately 1 mile the plot will be found on the right hand side at the junction with Newbells Lane.