Kings Worthy, Winchester SO23

Kings Worthy, Winchester SO23

For sale by Invitation only. Site with development potential, subject to planning. Approx 0.53 hectares (1.31 acres). Freehold. Situated in a sustainable village location.


The site is located within the parish of Kings Worthy, approximately 2.8 miles from Winchester city centre. Kings Worthy is a sustainable location, with a Tesco convenience store and post office within a short walking distance from the site, plus various other independent business including the Goodlife Farm & Coffee Shop. There is a regular bus service to Winchester City Centre. Access to the A34 is approximately 2.9 miles in a westerly direction via Down Farm Lane, facilitating access to the M3 and M4 motorway network. The site falls within the catchment of Kings Worthy primary school, which received an Ofsted rating of ‘Good’ in March 2012; with secondary education falling within Henry Beaufort School catchment which received a ‘Good’ rating at their last inspection in June 2013.


The site, which measures approximately 0.53 hectares (1.31 acres), is currently occupied by three separate residential dwellings and a few outbuildings, all of which are set back from the building line. The site is bound by neighbouring dwellings on three sides, save the western boundary which has direct access to Springvale Road. The site inclines from the front, western boundary to the rear, eastern boundary. There are two silver birch trees to the front, western boundary, plus a band of trees to the rear boundary, which are subject to tree preservation orders. We understand there is no mains drainage within the curtilage of the site; however a public sewer runs immediately to the front on Springvale Road.


Freehold with vacant possession


We have not made any formal enquiries with the local planning authority regarding any planning matters. We recommend that interested parties undertake their own investigations with the relevant authorities with regards to this and any other planning matters. Our client has undertaken a detailed Flood Risk Appraisal which has been submitted to the Environment Agency who have concluded that site does not present a flood risk for residential development A copy of the report can be made available to support a planning application.


Winchester City Council adopted its Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) schedule in April 2014. The site lies in CIL Charging Zone 2, where the levy is £120/sq. m. for new residential development.


Winchester City Council: Telephone 01962 840222. Website:


We are instructed to market the site by informal tender. Offers will be invited on a conditional basis only and are to be submitted to Carter Jonas, 9/10 Jewry Street, Winchester SO23 8RZ. Sealed bids should be in an envelope marked ‘Site at 99-103 Springvale Road, Kings Worthy to be opened after tender time expired’ and to be a fixed sum unrelated to any other offer. Conditional offers should include details of any proposed development scheme and any other salient information that would support the submission. Tender date: 11:00 am, 18th September 2017.


Our clients request that their legal costs for the transaction will be met by the applicant.


Due to the sensitive nature of the disposal viewings are strictly by appointment only with the sole agents, Carter Jonas. Additional information can be made upon request; Registered Titles and Topographic Survey, Public Sewer & Water Main record and Flood Risk Appraisal.

All Enquiries to Ryan Harris
T: 01962 833376
9-10 Jewry Street, Winchester SO23 8RZ

Situational Details
Stand Alone Site Brownfield Suburban Immediate Land
Plot Range
6 to 20 Plots
Subject to Planning Houses Affordable
Carter Jonas reference
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