A building plot in this popular village with outline planning consent granted by Peterborough City Council for the erection of a single detached dwelling.
Outline Planning has been granted by Peterborough City Council (18/01573/OUT), dated 4th September 2018) for the removal of garages and the construction of one dwelling with all matters reserved.
The six timber garages have suspected asbestos roofs, and the site vehicular access off Nene Close. An L shaped parcel of land, a concrete footpath lies, to the south around the Telephone Exchange, which is within the ownership of BT. The Property is shaded pink on the plan overleaf.
The Design & Access statement supporting the planning application shows a three bedroom two storey house, with around 93m2 of accommodation. The consent states that it should not exceed a height of 6m. The exact layout and design will be finalised with the reserved matters application.
The vendor is retaining the accessway shown coloured hatched brown on the plan, together with its adjacent properties. The buyer will be granted a right of access over this area to allow access to and egress from the residential dwelling to be constructed. The buyer will have the right to upgrade the surface of the right of access at their cost, provided they obtain the seller's prior approval. Any surface must be suitable for extensive use by commercial vehicles accessing the Telephone Exchange, and such consent not to be unreasonably withheld. Furthermore the seller reserves the right to replace and reinstate the tarmac surface of the right of access should they choose to do so with a contribution of 30% of the gross cost incurred by the seller from the buyer of the Property.