APP Surveyors

Under Offer
SITE L (North) Coulby Newham, Middlesbrough 

1.15 Acres


1.15 Acres

Coulby Newham, TS8 0TL


(On behalf of Middlesbrough Borough Council) 
Site L (North), Coulby Newham,Middlesbrough, TS8 0TL 

DEVELOPMENT LAND 1.15 acres (0.465 Hectares) 


Middlesbrough is a town in the north east of England, situated on the south bank of the River Tees approximately five miles east of Stockton on Tees and 40 miles south of Newcastle upon Tyne. The site is located in the Coulby Newham area of Middlesbrough, which is a well-regarded predominantly residential neighbourhood situated approximately 5.2 miles south of the town centre.

More specifically, the site is situated to the west of Newham Way, occupying a position to the south of its roundabout intersection with Bickley Way and Cropton Way. A Tesco Extra superstore lies across Cropton Way to the west with the remainder of the Parkway Shopping Centre to the south west whilst the Coulby Newham Pharmacy and Parkway Medical Centre are to the south. Road links are therefore good, with Newham Way providing access to the B1365 to the north west, which in turn leads to the A1032 and A174 further to the north west. To the south, Newham Way provides access to Stainton Way, which leads to the A172 to the east and B1365 to the west.

The nearest railway station is Gypsy Lane approximately three miles north east, although access to a wider range of services is provided from the main Middlesbrough Railway Station. Local bus services are also available in the immediate vicinity. 


The site extends to circa 0.465 Hectares (1.15 Acres) and comprises an area of grassed land of irregular but geometric shape, which slopes slightly down from west to east. Most of the site is grassed although there are trees to the north eastern and south eastern corners. These are not subject to Tree Preservation Orders.

The Council’s Planning Department has provided the following information: Although none of the trees on the site are under TPO or conservation area status, they positively add to the visual amenities of the area. Any proposed works to the trees would need to be agreed with the Council in order to balance the need for good screening and landscaping whilst achieving a high quality development.

The sale will be subject to a condition prohibiting the removal of any trees from the site without the formal approval of the Local Planning Authority. A tarmac surfaced footpath cuts across the northern half of the site from north west to south east, currently connecting Cropton Way with Newham Way. This is an adopted footpath and the costs of diversion will be borne by the purchaser in the event of a sale. 

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