The site is situated on the very fringe of Penycae having pleasant open outlooks from the rear. The site formerly comprised "Wrights Garage" and the land has been cleared completely and is now ready for development to commence. The site extends to approximately 2000 and some square metres - approximately 0.5 or so acres. A plan and proposed architectural layout is attached for identification purposes. There are two points of vehicular access, each off Hall Street.
Reporting and Supporting Documentation:
Planning Permission for Residential Development was secured under Planning Code Number: PEN P/2002/0787. The date of the decision was the 23rd March 2020. The development upon the site was prepared and proposed by Blueprint Architectural of Office 3K4 Redwither Tower, Redwither Industrial Estate, Wrexham, LL13 9XT - Telephone: 01978 356500. Additional documentation available from the Agents Offices includes a Planning Certificate, Structural calculations for retaining walls, Ecology Report, Arboracultural Impact Assessment, Bat Report, Drainage Report together with site outline and identification plans. The above information is available via email request to the Agents Office - firstname.lastname@example.org
The above reports are also available for download from Wrexham Country Borough's Planning Portal at www.wrexham.gov.uk/planning
All mains services are believed to be available for connection on the site or from nearby subject to statutory regulations.
Leave Wrexham on the A483 dual carriageway in the direction of Oswestry and leave at the exit signposted Llangollen. At the first roundabout turn right under the flyover bridge and at the second roundabout continue up the hill to the new roundabout by the Aldi Supermarket. Continue straight across towards Llangollen and pass over the brow of the hill proceeding down the other side. Take the next turning right signposted Penycae and continue passing through Plas Bennion into Penycae Village. The gateway to the property will be observed on the right hand side just opposite the left-hand turning for "Cristionydd".