Land at 50 Amos Avenue, Newton Heath
Freehold parcel of land circa 0.1 Acre (0.04 H)
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The parcel of land is believed to have historically had a building on it with commercial use as a shop. There are some individual trees and shrubs along the eastern boundary of the site. The site is located in Flood Zone 1, which has the least potential for flooding. 4. The site is located in an established residential area, which is predominantly characterised by two storey semi-detached properties, and some terraced housing to the east of the site.
Plans had been submitted in 2007 for a scheme of three houses and two flats that were rejected in part on the grounds of it being "over developed". It is likely that a scheme proposing a reduced quantum would be more favourable to the Council. No planning has been submitted recently but the site is considered suitable for development. An apartment scheme may be acceptable or the Council may seek a housing development.
All interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries directly to Manchester City Council Planning Department
Lined plans are for purposed of identification only: please refer to the legal pack for the accurate title plan and boundaries.
Vacant on completion site bought as and subject to any unauthorised use and occupation including unregulated parking and access that may exist.
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