Residential Development for saleBroadgate, Whaplode Drove PE12 0TN
Sold STC £75,000
- A SPACIOUS ROAD FRONTAGE BUILDING PLOT WITHOUTLINE PLANNING PERMISSION FOR A SINGLE RESIDENTIAL DWELLING
The site is attractively situated on the east side of Broadgate in the centre of the Village of Whaplode Drove with open agricultural land to the rear.
The Site has a frontage to Broadgate of approximately 14.93 metres (49 feet) and a maximum depth to the south side of approximately 36.34 metres (119ft 3ins) and extends in area to about
700 square metres
The South Holland District Council have granted Outline Planning Permission reference H23-0104-16 dated 23rd March 2016 for Residential Development -Erection of dwelling upon the site subject to the following conditions:
1. Application for approval of reserved matters must be made not later than three years beginning with the date of this permission, and the development must be begun before the expiration of two years from the final approval of reserved matters or in the case of approval on different dated, the final approval of the last such matter to be approved.
Reason: As required by Section 92 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 as amended by the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004.
2. The development hereby permitted shall be carried our in accordance with the following approved plans:
1:1250 location plan.
Reason: For the avoidance of doubt and in the interests of proper planning.
3. No development shall take place without the prior written approval of the Local Planning Authority of all details of the following matters:
i) the layout, scale and external appearance of building(s), including a schedule of external materials to be used;
ii) the means of access to the site;
iii) the landscaping of the site;
iv) the means of sewage and the surface water disposal;
v) the existing and proposed site levels and floor levels of the buildings and hard surfaced areas.
4. When application is made to the Local Planning Authority for approval of reserved matters, that application shall be accompanied by a scheme of landscaping and tree planting indicating, inter alia, the number, species, heights on planting and positions of all trees in respect of the land to which that application relates, together with details of post-planting maintenance and such a scheme shall require the approval of the Local Planning Authority before any development is commenced. Such scheme as is approved by the Local Planning Authority shall be carried out in its entirety within a period of twelve months beginning with the date on which development is commenced. All trees, shrubs and bushes shall be maintained by the owner or owners of the land on which they are situated for the period of five years beginning with the date of completion of the scheme and during that period all losses shall be made good as and when necessary.
Reason: To ensure that the development is adequately landscaped, in the interests of its visual amenity and that of the area in which it is set. This issue is integral to the development and therefore full details need to be finalised prior to the commencement of works.
This condition is imposed in accordance with Policy SG18 of the South Holland Local Plan, 2006.
5. None of the existing trees on the site shall be cut down, up-rooted, destroyed, topped or lopped unless first agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority. If any tree which is to be retained dies or is to be removed it shall be replaced within six months thereafter with a tree of such size and species which shall be first be agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority.
Reason: To ensure the protection of existing trees on the site, in the interests of the visual amenity of the locality.
This Condition is imposed in accordance with Policy SG18 of the South Holland Local Plan, 2006 and national guidance contained in Section 11 of the National Planning Policy Framework, 2012.
6. No development shall take place until a written scheme of archaeological investigation has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. This scheme should include the following and should be in accordance with the archaeological brief supplied by the Lincolnshire County Council Historic Environment advisor on behalf of the Local Planning Authority:
1. An assessment of significance and proposed mitigation strategy (i.e. preservation by record, preservation in situ or a mix of these elements).
2. A methodology and timetable of site investigation and recording.
3. Provision for site analysis.
4. Provision for publication and dissemination of analysis and records.
5. Provision for archive deposition.
6. Nomination of a competent person/organisation to undertake the work.
7. The scheme to be in accordance with the Lincolnshire Archaeological Handbook.
The archaeological site work shall only be undertaken in accordance with the approved written scheme.
Reason: To ensure the preparation and implementation of an appropriate scheme of archaeological mitigation in accordance with national guidance contained in Section 12 of the National Planning Policy Framework, 2012. This issue is integral to the development and therefore full details need to be finalised prior to the commencement of works.
7. The applicant shall notify the Lincolnshire County Council Historic Environment Department in writing of the intention to commence at least fourteen days before the start of archaeological work required in connection with Condition 6 above in order to facilitate adequate monitoring arrangements.
Reason: To ensure satisfactory archaeological investigation and retrieval of archaeological finds in accordance with national guidance contained in Section 12 of the National Planning Policy Framework, 2012.
8. A copy of the final report required in connection with Condition 6 above shall be submitted within three months of the work being carried out to the Local Planning Authority and the Lincolnshire Historic Environment Record. The material and paper archive required as part of the written scheme of investigation shall be deposited with an appropriate archive in accordance with guidelines published in The Lincolnshire Archaeological Handbook.
Reason: To ensure satisfactory arrangements are made for the recording of possible archaeological remains in accordance with national guidance contained in Section 12 of the National Planning Policy Framework, 2012.
Mains Electricity and Mains Water are available at Broadgate but potential purchasers should satisfy themselves as to the feasibility of connection to any new dwelling constructed on the site with the utility provider involved.
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