Land At Parkfield Road, Newbold CV21
4.2 acres (1.7 hectares)
A 4.2 acre (1.7 hectare) parcel of level, greenfield land in Rugby, available for development for employment uses (subject to necessary consents). Vehicular access to an established site road running south across the western corner of the site is available via Parkfield Road, which adjoins the wider highway network providing direct connections to the B4112, A4071 and thereby the M6.
The site is bordered to the north by the River Avon and Parkfield Road (A4071), with Parkfield Road, which provides extensive frontage, continuing the border to the east. The southern boundary is bordered by the Rugby - Nuneaton railway line.
Established nearby uses include industrial to the south and an operational sewage works to the east beyond a belt of trees.
The site is within the defined urban settlement boundary of Rugby, and is excluded from all conservation areas, AONB or protected landscapes, falling outside a Strategic Green Infrastructure Network. There are also no listed buildings within a 1km radius of the site.
- Opportunity to acquire employment development land
- Level, triangular shaped site extending
- Easy access to the M6 and Birmingham
- Subject to short term licence: grazing
Situated in the county of Warwickshire, 35 miles east of Birmingham and 26 miles north-west of Northampton, The site is located in the village of Newbold, 1.5 miles north-west of Rugby town centre.
The M6 (Junction 1) is approximately 9 miles to the north of the site, providing direct access to the North of England and Birmingham.
Terms & Conditions
Offers are invited to acquire the freehold interest in 4.2 acres of development land, located in the north-west region of Rugby, with easy access to the M6.
The site, subject to necessary consents, has excellent prospects for a range of employment uses.
Available unconditionally or subject to planning