Plot for saleTrethurffe, Ladock
Guide Price 2.2 ac. | £750,000
- 2.2 acres (0.89 hectares)
- Residential Development Site
- Planning Permission for 19 Dwellings
- 9 Detached
- Mixture of 10 Affordable
- Houses and Apartments
- Approximately 2.2 Acres
- Rare Opportunity
- Must be Viewed
RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT SITE FOR NINETEEN DWELLINGS
In a fabulous rural location on the outskirts of this much sought after village of Ladock.
Planning permission has been granted for nineteen dwellings including nine spacious detached three, four and five bedroom open market houses and a mixture of ten smaller affordable houses and apartments.
Approximately 2.2 acres. A very rare opportunity not to be missed.
General Comments And Location - A very rare opportunity to purchase a residential development site in the much sought after village of Ladock. Planning permission was granted on the 15th of September 2014 ref. APP/D080/A/14/2214174 for ten affordable and nine substantial open market dwellings.
Ladock is a very popular village approximately six miles east of Truro city centre, ten miles from either the north or south Cornish coast, eight miles from St. Austell and has easy access to the A30 trunk road for quick commuting in and out of the county. Ladock is a thriving community with an excellent range of village facilities including public house, primary school, parish church, general stores and post office and a magnificent village hall with regular clubs and activities. Probus is within a couple of miles where there are further facilities including a farm shop, doctors surgery, cafe, public house and a couple of restaurants. The Cathedral city of Truro is renowned for its excellent shopping centre, fine selection of restaurants and bars, private and state schools and main line railway link to London (Paddington). Newquay airport is approximately thirteen miles away.
The Site - The location of the development site is very special, on the edge of the village adjoining open countryside and enjoying far reaching rural views. It presents a very exciting opportunity to build in a popular rural village where there has been little development over many years and where there is a strong demand for houses. The village is very sought after and perfectly located for those working in Truro and St. Austell but wanting a quiet rural village setting within an excellent community. The popular primary school and church is very close to the site and the village centre with its public house, village hall and general store is within walking distance. The development has a mixture of apartments, two and three bedroom homes all of which are "affordable" dwellings so a relationship with a housing association is required. The larger remaining nine houses are detached, mainly four and five bedroom executive style homes and one three bedroom house all with double garages and driveway parking for two cars. All but one of these adjoin open farmland (currently farmed organically) with fabulous far reaching views. The designs of the houses are very attractive, most have feature entrance halls, four bedrooms (two en-suites) and open plan kitchen/breakfast/family rooms ideal for modern day living. There is a strong demand for quality family homes in the area and an early viewing is strongly recommend.
Planning permission was granted on the 15th of September 2014. Ref. APP/D080/A/14/2214174 with following conditions:-
Conditions - 1) The development hereby permitted shall begin not later than three years from the date of this decision.
2) The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in accordance with the following approved plans: (all plans are prefixed 2202) PL-01 Rev A Site Location Plan; PL-03 Rev G Proposed Site Plan; PL-04 Rev E Tenure Mix; PL-05, PL-06, PL-07, PL-08, PL-09, PL-10, PL-11, PL-12, PL-20, PL-21, PL-22 Rev A, PL-23, PL-24, all house type elevations and floor plans; PL-30 Site Sections; PL-34 Rev A Public Open Space Proposed Footpath; PL-35 Rev A Hedgebank Removal / Retention Plan.
3) The development shall not commence until final details of a scheme for the provision of sustainable surface water management has been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. This will include arrangements for managing surface water during the construction period.
i) The surface water drainage scheme shall be designed, implemented and thereafter maintained in accordance with the Drainage Guidance for Cornwall issued by the Environment Agency and the local planning authority, or subsequent local or national standards that are current at the time that the detailed drainage design is submitted.
ii) The surface water drainage scheme will be based on the principles as set out in the Flood Risk Assessment submitted with the planning application and will comprise infiltration drainage methods to accommodate rainfall from events up to the 1 in 30 year return period plus climate change and swales combined with landscaping to convey and store rainwater from the difference between the 30 year and the 100 year events plus the climate change allowance. Details of maintenance arrangements for the non-private elements on the scheme shall also be submitted.
4) No development shall commence until a programme of archaeological work including a Written Scheme of Investigation has been submitted to and approved by the local planning authority in writing. The scheme shall include an assessment of significance and research questions; and: 1.The programme and methodology of site investigation and recording; 2. The programme for post investigation assessment; 3. Provision to be made for analysis of the site investigation and recording; 4. Provision to be made for publication and dissemination of the analysis and records of the site investigation; 5. Provision to be made for archive deposition of the analysis and records of the site investigation; 6. Nomination of a competent person or persons/organisation to undertake the works set out within the Written Scheme of Investigation.
(i) No development shall take place other than in accordance with the Written Scheme of Investigation mentioned above.
(ii) The development shall not be occupied until the site investigation and post investigation assessment has been completed in accordance with the programme set out in the Written Scheme of Investigation mentioned Appeal Decision APP/D0840/A/14/2214174 www.planningportal.gov.uk/planninginspectorate 6 above and the provision made for analysis, publication and dissemination of results and archive deposition has been secured.
5) Before any building or engineering works are carried out on the site, all land within the visibility splays shown on drawings 2202 PL-34 Rev A and 2202 PL-03 Rev G shall be reduced to a height not exceeding 600mm above the adjoining carriageway level and thereafter no obstruction exceeding 600mm shall be permitted within the approved visibility splays.
6) Before development is commenced on site, details of estate roads and their junctions, surface water drainage, street lighting and means of access to the proposed dwellings, shall be submitted for approval to the Local Planning Authority. The estate roads and accesses shall be constructed !n accordance with the approved plans and shall be retained as such thereafter.
7) The development hereby permitted shall not commence until a Construction Traffic Management Plan and programme of works has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The Plan shall include construction vehicle details (number, size and type), vehicular routes, delivery hours and contractors arrangements (compound, storage, parking, turning, surfacing, drainage and wheel wash facilities, condition survey of the carriageway and its verges with any damage being rectified at the developers cost). The development shall be carried out strictly in accordance with the approved Construction Traffic Management Plan.
8) Before any dwelling is occupied the relevant parking and turning areas for that dwelling shall be provided in accordance with a detailed scheme to be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority and the said areas shall not thereafter be obstructed or used for any other purpose.
9) No site clearance works involving the removal of hedgerows shall take place without the prior written approval of the planning authority. Any hedgerow removal that is approved shall not take place during March to August of any year.
10) Before the development hereby permitted is commenced, details of the position of fencing for the protection of trees on the site shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Such fencing shall be erected in accordance with figure 2 and paragraph 9.2.2 of BS5837 in the positions approved before the development is commenced and thereafter retained until completion of the development. The parts of the tree or trees contained by the fencing shall not be harmed and nothing shall be stored or placed in any fenced area, nor shall the ground levels within those areas be altered.
11) No development shall, commence until full details of both hard and soft landscape works have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority and these works shall be carried out as approved in the first planting season following the completion of the development hereby approved.
(i) The hard landscaping details shall include proposed finished ground levels or contours; means of enclosure; vehicle and pedestrian access Appeal Decision APP/D0840/A/14/2214174 www.planningportal.gov.uk/planninginspectorate 7 and circulation areas; and hard surfacing materials, minor artefacts and structures (eg. furniture, play equipment, refuse or other storage units, signs, lighting etc.) and proposed and existing functional services above and below ground (eg. drainage, power, communications cables, pipelines etc. indicating lines, manholes, supports etc.).
(ii) The soft landscape works details shall include planting plans, mitigation tree planting in suitable locations to be agreed, written specifications, schedules of plants noting species, plant sizes and proposed numbers/densities where appropriate and an implementation plan.
(iii) All hard and soft landscape works shall be carried out in full accordance with the approved details. Any trees or plants which within a period of five years from the completion of the development die, are removed or become seriously damaged or diseased shall be replaced in the next planting season with others of a similar size and species.
12) The development hereby permitted shall not be occupied until sewage disposal works serving the development have been completed in accordance with details that have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. These works shall be implemented in accordance with the approved details and shall not thereafter be altered or removed.
13) Development shall not commence until details of a scheme of mitigation and biodiversity enhancements associated with the loss of hedgerow has been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. The scheme shall include proposals creating new habitats and foraging potential for bats and nesting birds within the site and for improving wildlife by cutting of existing and new hedges in rotation, with a single hedgerow cut each year during late winter and allowing time for fruiting species to bear fruit. The development shall be carried out in accordance with the approved scheme.
14) Before any development above damp proof course takes place, details of the proposed height, siting, appearance and construction of all boundary treatments including details of the re-positioned sections of Cornish hedge to the northern and north western boundary and the new Cornish hedge along the eastern and southern boundary shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. The approved boundary treatment shall be completed in accordance with the approved details prior to the first occupation of the development and shall not thereafter be altered or removed.
15) Notwithstanding the approved plans, the stair well window on the west elevation of unit 8 shall be fitted with obscure glazing and fixed closed and the window shall be permanently retained in that condition thereafter.
Directions - Proceeding into Ladock on the B3275 from the Truro direction turn right signposted to Grampound Road and Probus. Follow this road for approximately quarter of a mile turning left into Trethurffe estate. Bear right at the end of this road and the development site is on the right hand side.
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