6.91 acres (2.80 hectares) of Permanent Pasture Land off Chapel End, which is centrally located within the rural village of Great Gidding.
6.91 acres (2.80 hectares) of Permanent Pasture Land off Chapel End, Great Gidding.
The Land off Chapel End is centrally located in the rural village of Great Gidding, within the County of Cambridgeshire.
The Land off Chapel End is situated 6.9 miles from the A1 trunk road and 9.3 miles from the A14 trunk road which both provide excellent transport links to the north, south and east.
The Land off Chapel End comprises three enclosures of permanent pasture, extending to approximately 6.91 acres (2.80 hectares) in total. The village of Great Gidding arches around the pasture which benefits from good road frontage on the southern boundary which adjoins Chapel End. The majority of the boundaries comprise mature hedgerows and trees.
The boundaries are fenced in part and comprise a combination of post and rail and post, pig netting and barbed wire. The property is accessed directly from Chapel End, a quiet road, via a gateway which is set back from the highway. Access to the two
enclosures to the north of the property is taken internally via the first enclosure off Chapel End.
The majority of the land is classified as Grade 3 according to the Agricultural Land Classification maps, and the soil is predominantly of the Hanslope Association according to the Soil Survey of England and Wales, which is characterised by slowly permeable calcareous clayey soils. The two enclosures which are accessed internally, slope gently north and the land has been used historically to graze cattle and horses. More recently, the land has been used to graze mares in foal. The three enclosures are well positioned and have excellent potential for both equestrian and amenity uses, as well as agricultural use.
The first enclosure is designated as a County Wildlife Site. Whilst important for wildlife, they are not protected by any legislation, and so there are no restrictions or obligations placed on normal land management practices. Recognition of the land as a County Wildlife Site does not mean that the property will be opened to the public for wider access, nor does it mean it will be publicised to the wider public.
Method of Sale
The property is offered for sale by Private Treaty as a whole.
Tenure & Possession
The property is offered for sale freehold with the benefit of
vacant possession upon completion.
The property is located within the administrative boundaries of Huntingdonshire District Council, which forms part of Cambridgeshire County Council. The County Wildlife Site designation would be a relevant consideration when determining a planning application.
The land is connected to mains water, which feeds a concrete trough situated towards the southern boundary of the property.
Sporting, Timber and Mineral Rights
All sporting, timber and mineral rights are included in the freehold sale, insofar as they are owned.
Basic Payment Scheme
The land has historically been registered on the Rural Land Parcel Identification System for the Basic Payment Scheme (BPS),
whereby the previous tenant of the property claimed under the scheme. There are no BPS Entitlements included within the sale,
and the land has not been claimed over in respect of the 2021 scheme year.
The property is not currently subject to any Agri-Environment Scheme Agreements.
Easements, Wayleaves, Covenants and Rights of Way
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing wayleaves, easements and rights of way, whether public or
private, light, sport, drainage, water, electricity supplies and any other rights, obligations, easements and quasi easements,
whether specifically mentioned or not.
There are a number of electricity lines on poles which affect the property, for which an annual wayleave payment is received.
Further details can be provided upon request.
There is a public right of way in the form of a footpath which affects the property. The public footpath is identified by a dashed
green line on the plan attached within these sales particulars.
The seller intends to sell the property with an overage provision, entitling them to 40% of any uplift in value in the event that
planning permission is obtained for development or change of use from agriculture or private equestrian purposes over a
term of 20 years. The overage payment will be triggered upon the disposal of land with the benefit of each relevant planning
permission obtained during the 20 year period or implementation of each relevant planning permission, whichever is the sooner.
Huntingdonshire District Council, Pathfinder House, St Mary´s Street Huntingdon, PE29 3TN
Should the sale of the property or rights attached to the sale become a chargeable supply for the purpose of VAT, such tax will
be paid by the purchaser(s) in addition to the purchase price.
The purchaser(s) will be deemed to have inspected the property and satisfied himself as to the ownership of any boundary,
hedge, tree or ditch.
Viewings of the property must be undertaken in daylight hours, on foot only, with a set of these particulars in hand. We ask that
you contact the Agent prior to any viewing to ensure that any Covid-19 social distancing guidelines can be safely adhered to.
Health & Safety
Given the potential hazards related to grazing livestock, we ask you to be as vigilant as possible when making your inspection, for your own personal safety. It is asked that you observe any specific signage on the property.
We ask that you adhere to any Government Guidelines in respect of the Covid-19 social distancing measures, in order to ensure
the safety of all potential purchasers and other members of the public.