COMMON USE CLASS: C2 Residential Institutions
Heamoor is a suburb of Penzance located in West Cornwall, situated approximately 1 mile to the northwest . Heamoor lies along the B3312 road which connects it to the A30 under a mile away. The subject land is located just off Boscathnoe Lane, 0.7 miles from the A30. It is part of the Penzance Civil Parish. Heamoor has a pub The Sportman’s Arms 8 different retail outlets, as well as several other community facilities. Heamoor has two schools: Heamoor Community Primary School and Mount’s Bay School and Community Sports College. The population as of the 2011 census was 4,185 which encompasses Gulval.
1.6 miles from Penzance
0.8 miles from the A30
2.6 miles from Penzance Railway Station
42.6 miles from Newquay Airport Description
A greenfield site of 10.6 acres (4.3 hectares) consisting of four open agricultural fields with the exception of the traditional field boundaries which are an important elements of the site. Boscathnoe Lane provides a road frontage along the north boundary. There are existing houses to the east boundary. To the east of the site there is a significant belt of trees and the Boscathnoe Reservoir. Other notable features are a public footpath and the Larrigan River which flows to the south. The land to the south of the site is in agricultural use.
A residential development of approximately 100 dwellings is proposed for the site. To the east of the site there are some housing estates. The land is earmarked to meet the future housing need.
The land is part of the Cornwall Council Policy PZ -H8 Heamoor. This policy outlines requirements for development in the area. For more information please refer to pages 38-39 of the ’Cornwall Site Allocation Development Plan Document November 2019’ in the link: https:// www.cornwall.gov.uk/media/38344158/ allocations-dpd-full-doc-web.pdf
Freehold price - £3,000,000. We understand the land is freehold as per title number CL 225507.
Option agreement may be considered at £3,000,000 subject to length and initial fee. A substantial discount could also be considered if the land is bought unconditionally.