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Housing development land behind Norman Road for sale

Thursday 1 September 2016

Developers Edison Ford of Yate are offering an 'exciting opportunity' to acquire land in St Werburghs. The site is currently progressing through a pre-application for five spacious two bedroomed houses, included are seven private off-road parking spaces and a cycle store.

They describe St Werburghs as 'currently one of Bristol's most sought after locations for property sales, sending market prices soaring over the last few years'.

They are actively seeking enquires from interested parties at this early stage during the pre-application process. Once the outcome is known, they will contact those who have expressed an interest in this 'exciting opportunity'.

The pre-application is for five spacious two bedroomed houses with seven private off-road parking spaces and a cycle store. In all truth the existing patch of land appears to be a fairly derelict piece of ground so, if they resolve the invariable privacy issues it looks like being an improvement on what is there at the moment.


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