Gascoines Estate Agents are pleased to present to the market this unique development opportunity in the quaint village of Laxton. Full planning permission has been granted by Newark & Sherwood district council (Ref: 19/00824/FUL) for the conversion and extension of the Old Village School which is located in the heart of the historic conservation area.
Located in the highly sought after village of Laxton which is renowned for being one of the last remaining open field system in the country. This historical conservation area is approximately 25 miles North East of Nottinghamshire and is well placed for commuters who regularly require convenient access to the A1 and rail services at Newark Train Station.
Demolition of outbuildings; conversion and extension of The Old School to form 1 No. 3 Bed dwelling. New Garage and Workshop (Revised application of 18/01426/FUL
Application permitted issue date 8.8.2019
Newark and Sherwood District Council, Kelham Hall, Kelham, Nottinghamshire, NG23 5QX
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