Ganstead Lane, Bilton, Hull

Hull, East Yorkshire, HU11 4BG

Price Guide £100,000

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SOLD Subject to Contract

Key Features

  • Grass Paddock(s)
  • c.4.74 Acres (1.92 Hectares)
  • Available as a Whole or in Two Lots
  • Edge of Village Location
  • Unconditional Sale
  • Freehold with Vacant Possession


The grass paddock(s) are offered unconditionally as to planning and are available a whole or in two lots and would be suitable for the equestrian minded purchaser(s), or subject to the usual consents and planning approvals, the land may have alternative uses such as dog exercise field. The land has two access points leading from Ganstead Lane East, together with extensive frontage to the A165 Hull to Bridlington Road and offers an excellent opportunity.


The paddocks lie directly to the east of the A165 Hull to Bridlington Road and fringe the small hamlet of Ganstead situated approximately ½ mile from the north east boundary of the City of kingston Upon Hull. There are two gated access points leading from Ganstead Lane East, to each of the respective paddocks crossing over land retained by the vendor.


As a whole, the land extends to approximately 4.74 acres, or separately, Paddock 1. extends to 2.42 acres & Paddock 2. extends to 2.32 acres as identified on the plan included as part of these sale particulars. The land is in permanent grass and has no particular aspect.


The paddocks are bounded to the highways by hedging and post and rail fencing and divided by a post, pig wire fence with two strands of smooth wire over. The vendor has in the past maintained the boundaries fringing the public highways. If the property is sold in two parts, the purchaser of paddock 2. will be responsible for maintaining the fence between the two paddocks. The vendor will be responsible for the boundaries to the retained land other than for the gates allowing access to the paddocks.


Provision has been made for a water pipe to serve both paddocks. Further enquiries having regard to a connection to a mains supply should be directed to Yorkshire Water. If the paddocks are sold separately, the purchaser of Paddock 1. will be responsible for the connection of the water supply, with the purchaser of Paddock 2. being responsible for the provision of their own sub-meter. There are no other service connections.

Wayleaves, easements and rights of way

The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of all wayleaves, easements or quasi easements and rights of way, light, support, drainage, services supplies whether mentioned in these particulars or not and without any obligations to define the same respectively. There is an easement crossing the southern end of the paddocks in favour of Ineos for an ethylene pipeline. Additionally there is a further easement crossing the paddocks in favour of Yorkshire Water for a public sewer.

Both paddocks are accessed over retained land and a right of way will be granted in favour of the purchaser(s).

There are no other known rights of way affecting the property to the vendors knowledge.

Contaminated land

The agents and vendors are not aware of any of the land having been filled with any contaminated matter referred to in the Environment Protection Act 1990. The agents and vendors do not give any guarantees in this respect and advise the purchaser(s) to make such investigations which may be necessary to satisfy themselves that none of the land is so filled.

Sporting & mineral rights

The sporting, mining and mineral rights (so far as these are owned) are included in the sale.

Development uplift clause

A "Development Uplift" (overage) is to be imposed on the basis that should and if the land use be changed away from agriculture, horticulture, equine or a dog exercise use either through any planning consent or permitted development rights (under the General Development Consent Order) then a "Development Uplift’"(overage) would be payable to the vendor or their successors in title. This would be based upon 20% of the increase in the Market Value of the property immediately before the planning consent/permitted development, was granted (excluding any hope value) and the Market Value of the property immediately after planning/permitted development consent is granted but taking into account the terms of any such consent. The overage/development uplift is imposed for a period of 30 years.


The purchaser shall make no claim for deductions or dilapidations what so ever.

Tenure & possession

The property is available Freehold with Vacant Possession on completion. If the land is sold separately then the intention would be for paddock 2. to complete before paddock 1.

Method of sale

The land is offered by Private Treaty based upon a price guide for the whole of £100,000. The vendor reserves the right to conclude the sale by any other means at their discretion, interested parties are requested to register their interest with the sole agents so they can be kept informed of the marketing progress.

Health & safety

Please take care when viewing the property being as vigilant as possible when making an inspection for your own personal safety.

Plans & measurements

Any plans forming part of these particulars are included for identification purposes and do not form part of the contract for sale. Areas or measurements where stated are given as a guide only and should be checked by you or your own agent(s).

Retained land

The vendor is to retain an area of land in the north east corner of the property immediately adjoining the neighbouring housing fronting onto Ganstead Lane East as can be seen on the plan included within these sale particulars. If this land parcel remains undeveloped for a period of 15 years from the date of completion, then before being sold it will be offered to the purchaser of the whole or if the land is sold separately, the purchaser of Paddock 1.


Current planning policy is governed by the East Riding Local Plan and Strategy Document which was adopted April 2016 and the Policies Map adopted July 2016. Under the prevailing Local Plan, the site lies outside the development limit of the village and is not shown to be classified within any particular designation and as a consequence it lies within ‘open countryside’. Further enquires should be directed to the East Riding of Yorkshire Council's Planning department or you should seek your own independent advice from a Chartered Town Planner.

Local authorities

The East Riding of Yorkshire Council, County Hall, Beverley, HU17 9BA Tel: (01482) 887700 Web:
Yorkshire Water Services Tel: 03451 242424 Web:

Solicitors fees

The purchaser(s), will be responsible for the vendors reasonable legal fees + VAT, in addition to the agreed purchase price. Fixed fee quotes will be provided in due course.


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Property Location

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