The land for sale is situated between Green Lane and Bells Lane in Maghull, a local parish within the Borough of Sefton, Merseyside, on the outskirts of Liverpool. It is situated in a highly accessible prime location bordered by existing neighborhoods. As a city, Liverpool is evolving at an incredible speed, pioneering new business opportunities and making this site an excellent residential location.
The original site, purchased by Maghull Ltd., extended to some 51.55 hectares (approx. 127 acres). After some disposal, there is now an area of 14.38 hectares (approx. 36 acres) that is currently being promoted.
The remaining land is held by foreign investors and is set to be promoted in the near future. The site is located on the edge of town, with a local primary school and easy access to the town center, making it an ideal location for future residential housing development. In addition, the land benefits from clear access, allowing transport and traffic links to flow through without any major congestion build-up.
3 minutes to Maghull Bus and Rail station
22 minutes to Liverpool City Centre via train
30 minutes to Liverpool John Lennon Airport
This land for sale in Maghull is currently being promoted through the Local Plan in collaboration with Anwyl Land, with the aim of securing a residential planning allocation for between 350 and 400 homes. In order to maximise the likelihood of success, we have consistently engaged with local stakeholders and aim to grow the neighbourhoods in a sustainable and community-orientated fashion. The local Sefton Council adopted their Local Plan in April 2017 but an early review is expected to be undertaken due to employment and housing growth throughout the local area.
A subsidiary of the major housebuilder Anwyl Homes, Anwyl Land have worked with LandFirst previously, developing a close, professional working relationship.
As seen in the map below, the area in red is currently heading for an allocation. The area in blue was sold to experienced foreign investors and LandFirst will submit a planning application on both the areas in blue in the coming future.2