Land & Development Opportunities

Find your next project here

Front Street, Coxhoe

J W Wood Land and New Homes Department are pleased to bring this development site to the Market for sale. Measuring 1658 Sq m and Formerly the village church hall which was knocked down, and previously benefitting from planning permission (Now Lapsed) for the erection of 8 three bedroomed townhouses and a mixed use retail unit with two bedroomed flat above. 

Full details can be found on the Durham County Council Planning portal website using the reference number of DM/15/01537/FPA.

The site is perfectly placed with having a supermarket and the rest of the village amenities within a very short walk. The A1 motorway is 1.2 miles away providing excellent transport links

Agents note : J W Wood are contractually bound to be retained as the selling agents for any houses that are built and sold on this site. For further details, please contact the Land and New Homes department

The Former Red Oak Pub, Lowland Road, Brandon

J W Wood land and new homes Department is pleased to offer for sale this potential development site. Measuring approximately 0.8 Acre, The site presents a great opportunity for development as it previously benefited from planning permission for two different schemes. The first, granted in February 2011 (planning reference number 4/11/00095/FPA) was for a scheme made up of apartments, detached and terraced houses for a total of 16 units, the second scheme was for 3 detached houses and potential self build plots, was granted in March 2014 ( planning reference number DM/14/00728/FPA). The Site is also in the County Durham Strategic Housing Land Availability  assessment and is identified as "Deliverable". We seek conditional and un conditional offers for the site. The site is located in an established residential area, with amenities close at hand. It is also a short distance from a wider array of larger amenities in Langley moor where Supermarkets and shops can be found. It is a short drive to Durham city, and the connections to the A1 Motorway. 

Agents note 1 - A mobile telephone mast is currently located on the site. The land that this is located on is not for sale, however vehicular access is required to this land, and as such the site owner and owners of the mast reserve a permanent right of access.

Agents note 2: Due to the telephone mast's location, there is an area close to it that has certain restrictions. For more information and a diagram highlighting this, please contact the Land and New Homes Department.

Agents note 3 - J W Wood are contractually bound to be retained as the selling agents on any units that are built and sold on this site. For more information of this arrangement, please speak to the land and new homes department

Land to the North of Sunderland Road, Newbottle

Measuring approximately just under half an acre, this parcel of land is available for sale. the access to the site is via an existing road, over which the land enjoys a right of way.

The site lies within the Newbottle conservation area but outside of the green belt allocated land.

The site could be suitable for a variety of uses subject to planning consent. The Village centre lies not far away, and Newbottle itself is well located being a short distance from Chester Le Street, Sunderland, Houghton Le Spring and indeed Durham further away.

77 Main Street, Shildon

Small development site available for sale located a short distance from the town centre. formerly housing some offices, this site has been cleared and offer the opportunity for a new development. Our clients advise that the Council have indicated that they would welcome development on the site. It measures approximately 2788 sq ft, and sits in a predominantly residential area,  so therefore would suit residential development (Subject to planning as the site does not currently have any planning status.

All services are located on site, although their exact location is un clear.

Shildon has a wide variety of amenities available in the town centre which is just a short walk from the site. This includes local supermarkets, some national chain shops, smaller local shops and leisure facilities such as bars, restaurants and cafe's. It is also well served with transport links, namely the railway line linking it with Bishop Auckland  and Darlington, then in turn to the East coast mainline. In terms of road links, it is close to the A6072, which in turn links to the A68 and then the A1.



Top