The 0.258 acre plot at the Bannerbrook Local Centre is the last opportunity to be part of the thriving development, which has recently attracted Marstons to build a new public house.
There is planning permission for a doctor’s surgery/children’s day nursery but other uses are possible, subject to attaining planning permission.
The plot is available through Shortland Penn + Moore, either as a freehold or with a design and build option for a potential occupier.
The development is already home to a Spar, a pet shop, a pharmacy and a fish & chip shop and is part of a wider scheme that includes more than 1,100 new homes.
David Penn, the managing director of Shortland Penn + Moore, said: “Bannerbrook has been a huge success and this plot offers one final opportunity to be part of the development.
“There is an option for a developer to come in and buy the freehold or for a potential occupier to come forward with their plan and we will liaise with the vendors to develop a design and build opportunity.
“Any change of use from doctor’s surgery/children’s day nursery would be subject to planning permission but we see great potential for this plot, due to the success of the whole scheme.
“The plot is cleared, prepared and ready for development. Access is constructed and all of the services are available. It really is ripe for development and represents a great opportunity.”