Due to the level of interest we are now inviting Best & Final Offers by 12 noon Wednesday 24th January
Proposal: Conversion of existing agricultural/nursery building into one dwelling ref 23/02294/PDQ.
Cheshire West and Chester Council, acting in its capacity as the Local Planning Authority, have confirmed that having carried out all necessary consultation in accordance with the requirements of Schedule 2, Part 3 of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015, that the prior approval of the Local Planning Authority is not required. As such, the development can proceed in accordance with the details submitted and subject to the relevant conditions set out in paragraph Q.2 of the Order (which includes completing the works within three years of 31st August 2023). *Please contact Rostons for further details and copies off all documents related to the above conversion.
Sitting in approximately 2.5 acres, this project is ideal for someone seeking a tranquil semi rural position, yet only a short distance from comprehensive facilities, a good standard of education and excellent commuter links. Without question, a unique opportunity.
LOCATION & VILLAGE INFORMATION
Burton Village is a desirable area of Cheshire (Formerly, South Wirral) and is situated near to the popular market town of Neston and the neighbouring villages of Ness and Willaston. Burton is a 'picture postcard' village alongside the Dee Estuary on the Wirral Peninsula and is a much sought after location in the property market. Nearby Neston boasts a selection of village shops, two large supermarket chains including Aldi and Sainsburys plus a Tesco metro and a choice of popular pubs, cafes and restaurants. Much loved Parkgate is only a short walk from Neston enjoying the long parade and views over to the Welsh hills and coastline. Parkgate also showcases some of the most popular pubs and eateries on Wirral, including the Boathouse and newly refurbished Red Lion pub and Ship plus the famous Nichols ice cream parlour and Mr Chows fish and shop.
Wirral is blessed with beautiful walks along the Wirral Way from Burton over to North Wales and along the Wirral coastline through Lower Heswall, Thurstaston and over towards New Brighton.
Regarding education, there are noted local primary schools including Bishop Wilson C of E School in Burton, plus Woodfall Primary School in Little Neston and Neston Primary school. Neston High School attracts students from all parts of the Wirral and West Cheshire and private education can be found in Birkenhead and Chester at Kings and Queens. On the commuter front, Burton Village is situated off the Chester High Road and is located near to the A55 expressway into North Wales plus only a brief drive to the M56 and M53 motorways linking major commercial centres of the North West. There is an excellent local train network including Neston linking to the Merseyrail line into Liverpool plus Hooton train station which offers a direct service to Chester which in turn affords a service to London Euston in under 2 hours