A rare development opportunity on the edge of the city of Hulll City of Culture. A range of brick, former farm buildings at MIDDLE FARM, BILTON with planning permission for conversion into 7 dwellings.
The buildings are, in the main, wind and water proof, some having been reroofed and repointed within the last 10 years. They are mainly of brick construction with clay pantile roofs. PLANNING PERMISSION
Planning permission has been granted for the development of 7 single and two storey dwellings deriving access from Main Road, Bilton and bordering open arable fields. Detailed plans of the approved designs are available upon request from the agents. All the technical information supporting the planning application is available from the agents or can be viewed on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council's website planning portal, quoting application reference number DC/16/00174/PLF/EASTSE. LOCATION
This range of outbuildings is in the form of a rectangle around the original midden which forms part of Middle Farm, Bilton. The outbuildings lie to the south of Main Road (the B1238) and form part of the linear village of Bilton at the north eastern edge of the city of Hull, some 3.8 miles from the city centre. The barns are located on the south side of Main Road, approximately 100m from the Asda store car park.