Building Plot with planning consent at Stanford Walk, Netherton

£80,000 OIRO
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Property Summary

A RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT SITE


WITH PLANNING CONSENT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF ONE


TWO BEDROOM DETACHED BUNGALOW


at present forming part of the curtilage of


11 STANFORD WALK: NETHERTON


PETERBOROUGH PE3 9UU


PRICE:


Offers in the region of £80,000 are invited, subject to contract.


LOCATION:


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.


THE SITE:


The site is located at the end of a cul-de-sac as shown within the boundaries edged red 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.


PLANNING:


OUTLINE PLANNING PERMISSION was originally granted by Peterborough City Council under Reference 14/01871/OUT dated the 16th January 2015 for the construction of one dwelling on the site, subject to conditions. A copy of the planning consent is available for inspection at the Agent’s office.


NOTICE OF APPROVAL OF RESERVED MATTERS was issued by Peterborough City Council on the 6th February 2018, subject to conditions, a schedule of which is included in these particulars. A copy of the Notice is also available for inspection at the Agent’s office.


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.


VIEWING AND DIRECTIONS:


Strictly by prior appointment with Jolliffe Daking.


Leave Peterborough city centre via Bourges Boulevard, signed "A.15 Sleaford", go straight on at the roundabout (No. 40) beside Waitrose continue to the next roundabout (41) at the junction of Taverners Road and turn left into Westfield Road. Go straight on at the next roundabout (63) then straight over at the next roundabout with St Jude’s Church. Stanford Walk is the first turning on the right..


NOTES:


The Agents for themselves and for the owner of this property hereby give notice that: (1) These particulars do not in any way constitute an offer or a contract; (2) Any intending purchasers/tenants must not rely on the statements made in these particulars as representations of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their correctness as they are made without acceptance of any responsibility on the part of the Agents or the owner; (3) No representation whatever in relation to this property is made or given by the Agents or the owner, nor has any person in their employment any authority to make or give any such representation or warranty.


SCHEDULE OF CONDITIONS


attaching to


Notice of Approval of Reserved Matters


Granted by Peterborough City Council for the


CONSTRUCTION OF ONE DWELLING


Under Reference 17/02395/REM Dated 6th February 2018


 

C1 The development shall be carried out in accordance with drawings 21-01-LBP01 and121-01-01-DD01. (N.B. Reduced copies of these drawings are included in these particulars.)


Reason: For the avoidance of doubt.


C2 Prior to any above ground development details of the materials to be used in the construction of the dwelling hereby approved have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The details submitted for approval shall include the name of the manufacturer, the product type, colour (using BS4800) and reference number. Samples shall be placed on site for evaluation. The development shall not be carried out except in accordance with the approved details.


Reason: For the Local Planning Authority to ensure a satisfactory external appearance, in accordance with Policy CS16 of the Peterborough Core Strategy DPD (2011) and Policy PP2 of the Peterborough Planning Policies DPD (2012).


C3 Prior to occupation of development the spaces shown on drawing no. 121-01-LBP01 shall be laid out and surfaced for vehicles to park and turn clear of the public highway in accordance with details to be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The parking and turning area shall be constructed in accordance with the approved details and those areas shall not thereafter be used for any purpose other than the parking and turning of vehicles.


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


C4 A wheel cleaning system for construction vehicles (i.e. a portable wheel wash) including a contingency measure should this facility become in-operative shall be installed on site. The wheel cleansing equipment shall be capable of cleaning the wheels, underside and chassis of all construction vehicles that shall visit the site during the construction/demolition phase.


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


C5 Prior to commencement of the development details of the temporary facilities that shall be provided clear of the public highway for materials storage and for the parking/turning/loading/unloading of all vehicles visiting the site during the period of construction shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.


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


C6 Notwithstanding the provisions of Schedule 2 Part 1 Class A and E of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 (or any Order revoking and re-enacting that Order with or without modification), no extensions to the dwelling house or outbuildings shall be constructed other than as those expressly authorised by this permission or those expressly authorised by this permission or those expressly authorised by any future planning permission.


Reason: In order to protect the amenity of the area, in accordance with Policy CS16 of the Peterborough Core Strategy DPD (2011) and Policy PP2 of the Peterborough Planning Policies DPD (2011) and Policy PP2 of the Peterborough Planning Policies DPD (2012).


 

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 bungalow in single family occupation shall be erected on the site, the design of which shall be in accordance with drawings 21-01-LBP01 and121-01-01-DD01 referred to in the Notice of Approval of Reserved Matters dated the 6th February 2018.


(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. (N.B. Point ‘C’ is not more than 6 metres from the north-east corner of the plot.)


 

(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 bounded by the points marked ‘F’‘G’‘H’‘A’‘K’‘F’ 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’’J’ 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.


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