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Farm site earmarked for mixed housing scheme

First published in News

LAND in a Worcestershire village is on the market.

The plot off Oak Lane, Bredon, near Pershore, is up for grabs and already has outline planning permission for 24 new homes via the development land specialists Bruton Knowles.

The 3.2 acre site is around three miles north east of Tewkesbury currently and forms part of Grange Farm, Bredon.

For further information please contact Robert Anthony on or 01452 880131.

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