Niddry Farm Steading is a collection of traditional stone built buildings and more modern steel portal framed buildings located just to the south of Winchburgh. The property extends to approximately 1.1 hectares (2.74 acres). Please note the existing farmhouse is not included within the sale however may be available by separate negotiation. Hopetoun Estates will retain a right of access to the farmhouse and any proposed steading design will need to take account of the access and car parking for the farm house.
The site sits outside the settlement boundary and so is not allocated within the current Local Development Plan or emerging Local Development Plan. However, there are policies within the Supplementary Planning Guidance regarding development in the countryside, which support development of brownfield sites, conversion and re-use of rural buildings etc. It is expected that any application would be made in joint names with both the preferred bidder and Hopetoun Estates.
EMA Architects have been consulted with regards to a potential massing plan for the site in its entirety and a copy of this is available to parties that register their interest. The plan provides a potential capacity of approximately 20 residential units.
Further architectural advice can be sought directly from EMA Architects.
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