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Clay Hall, Clacton Sold For Redevelopment
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Clay Hall, Clacton Sold For Redevelopment

Wednesday, 27 July 2016

Acting on behalf of Tendring District Council, Whybrow have sold Clay Hall in Clacton for redevelopment to Bilaman Ltd. Clay Hall, a former country home, is a Victorian/Edwardian property on a 1.3 Acre (0.527 Hectare) plot which had more recently been used as Council offices. Being redundant for over 2 years, the Council required to release the capital to return to frontline funding. 


With an extensive planning process and objections received, Clay Hall has now been approved on Friday 22nd July 2016 to be demolished and 8 bungalows to be erected with associated road access. Public objections to this application were pivotal to the loss of residing wildlife and access arrangements.


Ewan Dodds BSc FRICS, the acting agent at Whybrow for Tendring District Council, stated “this building has been the fabric of Wyndham Crescent since it was built in 1883 and therefore public comments were important to the Council. Being redundant for a couple of years, we are pleased the planning was approved and funds can be returned to community services”.


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