Gunness development site Scunthorpe

Site Overview

Gunness site aerial


The property comprises a 550 acre (222.6 hectare) development site that forms part of the proposed Lincolnshire Lakes development.

Access to the site is available via Brumby Common Lane which adjoins Scotter Road on the eastern side of the site. Beyond Scotter Road is the area of Ashby which is one of the main residential suburbs of Scunthorpe. The M181 motorway runs through the centre of the site and will soon provide direct access to the development via a roundabout junction referred to as the Northern Junction. To the west of the site there are several large farms beyond which is the River Trent which flows in a northerly direction.

The site is predominantly being used for agricultural purposes and comprises large open plan fields that are being utilised for arable farming. Other notable features include two derelict barns that are located on the eastern section of the site.

Title Information

The property is held freehold under the title number HS387584. The boundary of the property is marked in red on the adjacent plan.

Gunness site aerial Gunness site aerial
Gunness site aerial

Misrepresentation Act 1967. Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977 The Property Misdescriptions Act 1991. These particulars are issued without any responsibility on the part of the agent and are not to be construed as containing any representation or fact upon which any person is entitled to rely. Neither the agent nor any person in their employ has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to the property. March 2021