A potential development site on the edge of Cranbrook, near the East Devon village of Clyst Honiton. The site having been registered under the 2012 review of The Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA) and is measured at 1.51 acres.
The site is situated near to the new town of Cranbrook and currently enjoying many enquiries from developers for the area.
Cranbrook is a newly developed town situated to the east of the university and cathedral city of Exeter which provides an extremely wide range of facilities and amenities befitting a centre of its size, including excellent dining, shopping, theatre and sporting and recreational amenities. Exeter has two mainline railway stations that now stop at Cranbrook going to London Paddington and Waterloo. There are excellent road links with the M5 to the north, A30 to the east and west as well as A38 and A380 towards south Devon. Exeter International Airport lies four miles to the east of the city.
From Ottery St Mary proceed via Mill Street towards the A30. At the roundabout take the 3rd exit. At the next roundabout take the 1st exit onto the old A30 (signposted Whimple) Continue on past the 'Jack In The Green' and over the roundabout. At the next roundabout proceed over it and then take the right hand turning towards Broadclyst. The site can be found after approximately 50m on the right hand side.