Kingham is an attractive village located in the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. In easy
reach of Daylesford, Chipping Norton and Stow-on the-Wold, Kingham also benefits from a train station located approximately 1 mile from the village centre offering excellent main line links to Oxford and London, with London being only 90 minutes away.
The total site comprises of 3.47 hectares (8.57 acres) of agricultural land located within the South-Eastern fringe of Kingham on Church Street. The site is bounded by residential properties to the east and west of the site with a dry stone wall forming the northern boundary along Church Street.
The site is split into two parcels as below:
Parcel 1: 1.10 hectares (2.73 acres)
Parcel 2: 2.36 hectares (5.82 acres)
The site is located within the planning jurisdiction of West Oxfordshire District Council.
Prior to our involvement, pre-application advice was sought on a scheme of 14 dwellings – a copy of the Planning Officers written response is available upon request in our data room.
It is the intention to sell all of the land comprising parcels one and two together.
The sale of parcel one will be conditional upon planning for a residential development which maximises the value of parcel one. The sale of parcel two is to be included within the sale of parcel one with the benefit of overage in the event planning is secured at a later date.
Access to the site is taken off Church Street.