Developments could be on their way at these locations in and around Watford with land currently up for sale.

When plots of land are put on the market it is often unclear what a buyer might use them for.

However, as in the case of these five, listings can suggest what the land could be used for or even what has already been agreed through the planning process.

Stay ahead of what might be on its way with the list below:

Chalk Hill:

Watford Observer: The site in Chalk Hill which could see 151-homes built.The site in Chalk Hill which could see 151-homes built. (Image: Google Maps)

A 1.67-acre area of industrial land has been approved, subject to a section to a 106 ‘planning obligation’ agreement being signed, as the site for a 151-home development since 2018.

It was put on the market with a £7 million price tag earlier this week.

It is currently occupied by two vacant industrial units which used to house the Massey waste transfer station and one residential unit.

The Woods:

Watford Observer: The Woods plot from above.The Woods plot from above. (Image: Google Street View)

Land containing Wildacre, a mansion in The Wood, between South Oxhey and Northwood, has a guide price of £3,999,999.

It already has planning permission for a “traditional” arts and crafts-style building, divided into eight two-bedroom flats, with underground parking.

Aldenham Road:

Watford Observer: The house, in Aldenham Road.The house, in Aldenham Road. (Image: Google Street View)

After permission to demolish a house in Aldenham Road, Bushey, was granted, it was put on the market at £1,100,000 at the start of this year.

The existing planning approval is for six apartments over three floors as well as parking and landscaping works.

Creasy Close:

Watford Observer: The garage and further site in Creasy Close, Abbots Langley.The garage and further site in Creasy Close, Abbots Langley. (Image: Google Maps)

A patch of patio and land behind it have been put on the market as a possible housing development in Creasy Close, Abbots Langley.

Despite currently being occupied by part of a garden and a garage it “could be suitable for a residential-led scheme”, according to a listing with a £350,000 guide price.

Windmill Street:

Watford Observer: The possible backland development opportunity.The possible backland development opportunity. (Image: Google Street View/Canva)

A small plot set back at the end of an access road off Windmill Street Bushey has been described as a “potential building plot” in a £400,000 listing.

It does not have any existing planning consents and is currently occupied by two garages and some smaller outbuildings.