Commercial Development for sale

Stanford Walk: Netherton

£60,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Residential Building Plot
  • End of Cul-de-Sac
  • Frontage 6m (19+ ft) approx
  • Maximum Width 11.5m (37+ ft) excluding access
  • Depth 49m (160 ft) approx
  • Outline Planning Consent for 1 Dwelling
  • All services available
  • Popular Location

Full description

A RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT SITE

WITH OUTLINE PLANNING CONSENT FOR

THE CONSTRUCTION OF ONE DWELLING

At present forming part of the curtilage of

11 STANFORD WALK: NETHERTON: PETERBOROUGH PE3 9UU

STANFORD WALK leads off Atherstone Avenue and forms part of the popular established Netherton residential suburb of Peterborough located about two miles north-west of the city centre. Local amenities include a variety of shops and several schools and there is a bus service to and from the Queensgate shopping complex. Bretton District centre with a Sainsbury and Boots is within a few minutes' drive as is Peterborough City Hospital.

PLANNING PERMISSION has been granted by Peterborough City Council under Reference 14/01871/OUT dated the 16th January 2015 for the construction of one dwelling subject to conditions, a schedule of which is included in these particulars. A copy of the planning consent is available for inspection at the Agent's office.

THE SITE is located at the end of a cul-de-sac as shown within the boundaries verged red and yellow on the attached identification plan. It will have vehicular access from Stanford Walk on its southern boundary and a frontage of about 6m to a pedestrian walkway at its eastern end.

SERVICES: It is understood that all mains services are available for extension into the site, but prospective purchasers are requested to make their own enquiries to verify this prior to submitting an offer for the site. The Vendor may be prepared to grant rights to connect into the existing services located within the adjoining property (11 Stanford Walk) subject to the payment by the purchaser of 50% of the cost of repairing and maintaining the sections in joint use.

PURCHASE PRICE: Offers in the region of £60,000 are invited, subject to contract.

VIEWING: Strictly by appointment with the Agents.

CONDITIONS OF SALE: The sale of the vacant possession freehold of the property described in these particulars will be subject to contract and, inter alia, the following conditions:-

(1) Not more than one dwelling in single family occupation shall be erected on the site, the design of which shall be submitted to and approved by the Vendor prior to submission for planning permission by Peterborough City Council.
(2) Within six months of completion of purchase or prior to the commencement of building operations, whichever is the sooner, the purchaser shall erect and thereafter maintain to the reasonable satisfaction of the Vendor:-

(a) a close-boarded fence on concrete posts (or such other type of fence as may be approved in writing by the Vendor) not less than 1.8 metres in height along the boundary marked 'A'-'B' on the attached identification plan
(b) an approved type of boundary demarcation along the boundary marked 'B'-'C' on the plan.
(3) The reservation by the Vendor of:-
A. All existing rights of drainage, water supply, soil and drainage in respect of his adjoining property;
B. Rights of vehicular passage over the area verged yellow on the plan to enable manoeuvring/access to and from the parking area adjacent to the rear elevation of No. 11 Stanford Walk.
(4) Nothing shall be done suffered or permitted on the property which is or is likely to become a nuisance, annoyance or source of disturbance to the owner or occupiers of the Vendor's adjoining property.
(5) The Vendor will retain a strip of land 1.5 metres wide along the boundaries marked 'D'-'E'-'F'-'G'-'H' and the purchaser will be required to enter into a licence to occupy the same on a licence at a licence fee of £10 per annum.



SCHEDULE OF CONDITIONS ATTACHING TO PLANNING PERMISSION

granted by Peterborough City Council for the

CONSTRUCTION OF ONE DWELLING

Under Reference 14/01871/OUT
Dated 16th January 2015


C1 Approval of the details of the layout, scale and appearance of the buildings and the landscaping of the site (hereinafter called the reserved matters) shall be obtained from the Local Planning Authority before any development is commenced.

Reason: To ensure that the Local Planning Authority is satisfied with the reserved matters, in accordance with Policies PP2, PP3, PP4, PP13 and PP17 of the Peterborough Planning Policies (DPD) 2012 and policies CS10, CS14, CS16, CS17 and CS21.

C2 Plans and particulars of the reserved matters referred to in condition 01 above, relating to the siting, design and external appearance of any buildings to be erected and the landscaping of the site, shall be submitted in writing to the Local Planning Authority and shall be carried out as approved.

Reason: To ensure that the Local Planning Authority is satisfied with the reserved matters, in accordance with Policies PP2, PP3, PP4, PP13 and PP17 of the Peterborough Planning Policies (DPD) and policies CS10, CS14, CS16, CS17 and CS21.

C3 The development hereby permitted shall be begun either before the expiration of three years from the date of this permission, or before the expiration of two years from the date of approval of the last of the reserved matters to be approved, whichever is the later.

Reason: In accordance with the provisions of Section 92 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended).

C4 No development approved by this planning permission shall be commenced until:

a) A desk top study has been carried out which shall include the identification of previous site uses, potential contaminants that might reasonably be expected given those uses and other relevant information. And using this information a diagrammatical representation (Conceptual Model) for the site of all potential contaminant sources, pathways and receptors has been produced.

b) A site investigation has been designed for the site using the information obtained from the desktop study and any diagrammatical representations (Conceptual Model). This should be submitted to, and approved in writing by the LPA prior to that investigation being carried out on the site. The investigation must be comprehensive enough to enable:
- a risk assessment to be undertaken relating to human health and ground/surface waters associated on and off the site that may be affected, and
- refinement of the Conceptual Model, and
- the development of a Method Statement detailing the remediation requirements.

c) The site investigation has been undertaken in accordance with details approved by the LPA and a risk assessment has been undertaken.

d) A Method Statement detailing the remediation requirements, including measures to minimise the impact human health and on ground/surface waters, using the information obtained from the Site Investigation has been submitted to the LPA. This should be approved in writing by the LPA prior to that remediation being carried out on the site.

Reason: To ensure that the proposed site investigations and remediation will not case a risk to human health or pollution of Controlled Waters.

C5 On completion of remediation, two copies of a closure report shall be submitted to the Local Planning Authority. The report shall provide verification that the required works regarding contamination have been carried out in accordance with the approved Method Statement(s). Post remediation sampling and monitoring results shall be included in the closure report.

Reason: To provide verification that the required remediation has been carried out to appropriate standards and in accordance with the National Planning Policy Framework, in particular paragraphs 120 and 121 and Policy PP20 of the Peterborough Planning Policies DPD (2012).

C6 The building shall not be occupied until the vehicular access has been constructed in accordance with the drawing titled Parking and Turning (Indicative). The parking and turning areas thereafter shall only be used for the purposes of parking and turning and maintained as such in perpetuity.

Reason: In the interest of highway safety in accordance with policy PP12 of the adopted Planning Policies DPD (2012).

C7 The development hereby approved shall be constructed so that it achieves at least a 10% improvement on the Target Emission Rates set by the Building Regulations at the time of Building Regulations being approved for the development.

Reason: To accord with Policy CS10 of the Peterborough Core Strategy DPD (2011).

Nearest station

  • Peterborough (1.0 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Jolliffe Daking , Peterborough Sales

37 Broadway, Peterborough, PE1 1SQ

01733 663067 Local call rate

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Nearest station

  • Peterborough (1.0 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Jolliffe Daking , Peterborough Sales

37 Broadway, Peterborough, PE1 1SQ

01733 663067 Local call rate

How much will it cost me to call the number displayed on the site?

Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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