Purchase Price £ Invited
Zoned for 30 Units · Great Location · 4.3 acres
The historic Perthshire village of Scotlandwell lies near the eastern shores of Loch Leven, approximately 4 miles east of Kinross. The peaceful rural feel of the village belies its extremely convenient situation for easy access to the M90 motorway and Forth crossings to the south. Three times winner of the coveted Perthshire in Bloom (best small village) award, Scotlandwell offers a wealth of attractions for the family home hunter: Excellent schooling is available nearby for both primary (Portmoak) and secondary (Kinross). The local golf course is less than 1 mile away and a choice of courses lie within 30 mins drive. The immediate area is very well served for country walks including over the nearby hills and the picturesque heritage trail around Loch Leven (which can be accessed directly from Scotlandwell).
The site is located to the south of the village and comprises a broadly square shaped field of approximately 4.3 acres, which is mainly flat with the B920 (The Causeway) forming the western boundary and housing at Friar Place lying to the north.
Our clients also own the field adjacent to the south. Although this field is not currently allocated for development, it may be possible to utilize this field in order to optimise the development of site H54.
We understand that mains water, electricity and drainage are available close to the site. A Topographical Survey has been carried out. SEPA have confirmed they have no objection to proposed development of the site (subject to provision of SUDS)
The Perth & Kinross Council Local Development Plan (adopted 3rd February, 2014), part 7.17.2 states that “Scotlandwell has been identified for limited additional growth to support future housing needs within the Portmoak area. The village is outwith the Loch Leven Catchment Area and connection to the public drainage system is available.”
The site is zoned for residential development and allocated for 30 units under reference H54. More information can be found at the following link: http://www.pkc.gov.uk/CHttpHandler.ashx?id=23633&p=0 (Page 233 & 234)