Lot 2 is available with outline planning permission for up to 55 dwellings with associated infrastructure. The provision of services will be facilitated by a right of way as shown on the site plan running to the west of lot 1.
As a special note would potential purchasers be aware that the Vendors own the property shown as Green Close on the plan and should it prove necessary to provide a wider access for the provision of services to lot 2, land can be made available by negotiation for this to be undertaken.
The site enjoys the benefit of Outline planning permission for the erection of up to 55 residential dwellings. The site planning reference at Lancaster City Council is: 17/01050/OUT. This consent is granted subject to a Section 106 Agreement, details of which are listed further.
Section 106 Agreement Obligations
The developer will be obliged to provide a scheme which provides for 40% Affordable Housing units, of which 50% will be provided as intermediate affordable housing and 50% as social rented housing.
The developer will be required to make a contribution towards education needs which will be assessed at the point of the valid reserved matters application which details the number of units and associated bedrooms in line with the Lancashire County Council infrastructure and planning mix to education methodology May 2016 (November 2017 Revision).
Access to the site will be taken from the Capernwray Road as will be noted from the Site Plan. A visibility splay is to be built via the setting back of the existing hedgerow with visibility splays of 2.4m x 40m in each direction. Various other methods of calming traffic flow are to be incorporated within the construction of the scheme, full details of which can be seen within the consent document.
Open Space Provision
Attention is drawn to the Section 106 Agreement where open space provision is required, or a financial contribution made which will be assessed at Reserved Matters stage. There is also provision for landscaping to be undertaken and the provision of a site management company. The agreement also incorporates the requirement for the provision of sports facilities dependant on local need.
Full details of the Section 106 agreement are available on request or from the Lancaster City Council website.
The planning documents can be received from either Armitstead Barnetts Cumbria office or ID Partnership Northern, St Judes, Barker Street, Shieldfield, Newcastle-upon-Tyne NE2 1AS.
Telephone: 0191 261 4442
Documents can also be viewed by visiting Lancaster City Council website with reference 17/01050/OUT.
Rights of Way & Easements
Reciprocal rights will be reserved over each lot, the detail of such to be discussed.
We are instructed by the Vendors to look for a straight sale with the incorporation of an overage of 30% for any variation to the planning consent whereby the number of units are increased or the number of affordable units reduced.
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