Lot, Barn at Rotten Row, Chichester, PO20

Offers In The Region Of £80,000.00


Simon Smith


Key features

  • Agricultural Barn with development potential
  • Overall 1.51 acres of land available
  • Mature boundaries
  • Roadside access

Full description

We are now inviting best and final offers by 3PM on Monday, 10th January 2022. Please contact us via email for further details.

This is a listing for Lot 2 which comprises an agricultural barn within a 0.19 acre plot. Lot 1, a 1.32 plot of pastureland adjacent to the property is also available for sale.

This land sits between two residential dwellings and in 2021 an application was made under Permitted Development (Class Q) to convert the barn into a single storey house.

To qualify for this Class Q permitted development, the building must have existed for a minimum of 10 years. As a result of re-roofing work undertaken in 2018, the Local Authority determined that this effectively re-set the clock and therefore the building may not qualify for conversion until at least 2028. A new owner may wish to appeal this decision or make fresh application in the future. For full details of the planning history, please contact us via email found on the brochure.

The property is being marketed without overage or restrictions. Offers for the whole, or individual lots should be directed to our Rural and Farming team.


Details correct: >>22.12.2021<<

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