Keyland Developments, who operate across the region have a successful track record of regenerating surplus land and property from Yorkshire Water’s portfolio.
The land, located in Dunswell comprises of 96.71 acres and is being put on the market as freehold sale as a whole, or in two plots of 43.79 acres and 52.93 acres.
Sam Johnson, associate at Carter Jonas, said;
“We are pleased to have been instructed by Keyland Developments and we anticipate that the land will appeal to a speculative investor looking for strategic sites within the Yorkshire Region.”
“Whilst we have only recently launched the site, it has already had a good response from the market and further advertising is scheduled for the coming weeks.“
Ryan Unsworth, development manager at Keyland Developments Ltd, said; “Carter Jonas has expertise in the agricultural land sector, which we felt would be an asset with the disposal of this significant site.”
“The land we acquire from Yorkshire Water is so diverse that interesting opportunities such as this arise for investors to acquire land holdings in well-connected locations such as Dunswell, which is on the main arterial route between York and Hull.”
Agricultural land throughout the UK is worth on average just over £7,000 per acre with the price increasing to the £10,00 for prime arable fetching in excess on £10,000 per acre.
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