This well proportioned site extends to 1.2 acres and is available to purchase unconditionally- there could be a possibility of some permitted development on some of the site subject to permission. The site is within a residential housing area but any would be purchaser would need to speak to their planning consultants and Beds Borough Council If planning could be granted for residential development in the future.
During WW2 the site was in close proximity to a Munitions plant and a Prisoner of War camp. It was originally owned by the railway before being bought out by local residents. The land has been most recently been used as a dog kennel and training facility by a local charity, primarily for German Shepard dogs, including police trained dogs using the training facilities.
This development opportunity is located in the south Bedfordshire village of Kempston Hardwick is of 1.2 acres with great easy access to both the A421, the A1 and M1, offering commutable routes for London, Cambridge and Milton Keynes.
, Kempston Hardwick