Former Crudgington Creamery, Crudgington, Telford, Shropshire, TF6 6HY.
The property is located within attractive rural surroundings approximately 200 metres from the village of Crudgington and 4 miles north of Telford. Newport lies approximately 6 miles to the east and Shrewsbury is 7 miles to the west. Junctions 4, 5 and 6 of the M54 are all within circa 4 miles of the site.
Crudgington is a small settlement of around 50 dwellings, complemented by a local church and primary school. It forms part of the civil parish of Waters Upton.
The site lies just to the north of the B5062 road from Newport to Shrewsbury, fronting onto Cotwall Lane, and close to its intersection with the A442. Waters Upton village shop is circa 0.5 miles to the north.
The site adjoins open farmland to the north, east and west, and the River Tern runs adjacent to part of the western boundary. To the south is a single dwelling house and open fields, together with a small strip of land known as Station Yard. The latter is also in the ownership of Dairy Crest Limited and is allocated for small scale residential development.
The property comprises a substantial development site of approximately 15.05 acres (6.08 hectares) gross with outline planning permission for residential development. The site boundaries are clearly defined and include a number of protected specimen trees.
The site was formerly utilised as a dairy factory and creamery until operations ceased in December 2014. The commercial buildings have now been demolished in accordance with the planning consent as part of a comprehensive programme of decommissioning, demolition and remediation. Having been cleared and levelled, the site predominantly consists of concrete hardstanding with some areas of landscaping. Suitable demolition materials have been crushed to Type 1 hardcore and stockpiled on site for future use.
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Former Crudgington Creamery, Crudgington
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We understand that all mains services are available to the site. It should be noted that we have not tested these services and interested parties should make their own enquiries.
The property benefits from a resolution to grant outline planning permission for the erection of 111 residential dwellings with associated amenity space and car parking and the erection of rural commercial units, creation of public open space, play space, landscaping and highway improvements including revisions to the existing access off the B5062. It is likely that the proposed commercial units may become residential in due course. The planning consent is subject to a Section 106 agreement.
Freehold: The site is currently owned by Dairy Crest Limited and is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession, subject to all third party rights, easements and statutory designations currently passing.
Telford & Wrekin Council, Addenbrooke House, Ironmasters Way, Telford, TF3 4NT. Tel: .
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