A village development site with full planning for the erection of two detached four bedroom dwellings
The property comprises a largely rectangular site of circa 0.25 acres, according to the Design and Access statement. It lies to the south of Station Road, sloping gently up to its southern boundary and currently has a detached post-war single storey dwelling with separate garage on the site. Whilst there are several trees on the site only one, a Scots Pine, is believed to be protected, and is referred to under a tree protection plan within the planning consent.
Planning consent has been granted by South Kestevan District Council (Ref. S21/0290), dated 30th April 2021, for the demolition of an existing single storey dwelling, replaced with a new part single/part two storey dwelling and the creation of a new dwelling with associated landscaping, amenity space and car parking.
Both dwellings are detached and four bedroomed, designed with living spaces to suit a range of family sizes and ages. Each has a well-proportioned and designed layout, orientated to offer light and spacious living spaces and, in keeping with the Conservation Area, facing elevations are of local materials, like Clipsham stone, with Welsh slate roof tiles.
As stated within the Design & Access Statement supporting the planning application, House one is 203.3 metres square GIA and House two 192.3 metres square GIA.
South Kestevan District Council, Grantham. T: 01476 406080
Planning Consent: S/21/0290, dated 30th April 2021.
This is a fabulous development site in a popular and well serviced Lincolnshire village, with its full planning.James Abbott