Carter Jonas, the national property consultancy, has brought a 9.48-acre (3.84 hectare) freehold site with outline planning permission for residential development in Cayton, North Yorkshire, to market on behalf of a private landowner.
Situated off Church Lane, the site is surrounded by existing residential properties to the west, St John the Baptist Church to the south and a caravan park to the north and east. The site boundary is comprised of mature hedgerow and trees.
Cayton is a coastal village located approximately three miles south of Scarborough and 34 miles east of York. Seamer rail station is 1.5 miles from the site with regular services to Scarborough, Sheffield, Leeds and York.
Steven Soper, senior surveyor, Carter Jonas Leeds, said: “The site in Cayton presents an ideal opportunity to create a new residential community. The village has a good range of amenities including Cayton Community Primary School, a post office, local shops and a pub.
“The nearby village of Eastfield contains a secondary school and Morrison’s superstore. The planning permission does not specify the number of dwellings, but an indicative plan has been prepared for 80 dwellings.”
The site is offered as a whole by informal tender and offers should be made in writing to Carter Jonas’ Leeds office by Thursday 25 October 2018.