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Murton residential development site


Address

Glebe View, Murton, SR7 9LX

Land use/property type

The land is suitable for Development Land use.

Size

0.626 hectares (1.546 acres) approximately.

Price

Offers invited.

For sale or to let

For sale.

Description

The site is vacant as the former Murton Seaview Nursery school buildings have been demolished. This is a cleared flat site, laid with top soil and grass.

There is a residential estate to the east, and a playing field to the west. The site also lies adjacent to Macrae House.

One access point is located to the north east corner which requires access through the Glebe View estate.

Download brochure - Murton Residential Development Site (PDF, 0.8mb)

Closing date and current status

Closing date: 13 January 2020 - Under Offer.

Making an offer

Our land and buildings are marketed through an electronic tendering process. All completed offer forms must be returned through the NEPO Portal. Read the  Icon for pdf NEPO Global Registration Instructions (PDF, 123.7kb)  for further information on registering and using the NEPO Portal or visit the North East Procurement Organisation (NEPO) Portal website.

Further information

Details of properties to be sold on the open market or to let are advertised on this page. If you require any further information about a property, please call the contact on the relevant sales or letting particulars. For any other enquiries, please contact us

Mailing list

If you are interested in the availability of future properties and wish to be placed on the mailing list, please fill in the Sign up for our council land and buildings mailing list form.

Under Section 123 of the Local Government Act 1972, we are obliged to obtain the best price available for any property disposals.

Contact us
Property Management
Our address is:
  • Regeneration and Local Services
  • County Hall
  • Durham
  • County Durham
  • DH1 5UL
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