Following a number of recent successful planning approvals Graham Anthony Associates are delighted to bring the following residential development sites to the market. These sites will be sold by Informal Tender with the end date still yet to be confirmed. All of the residential development sites benefit from outline planning approval with only the means of access agreed.
As the sole marketing agent Graham Anthony Associates have an intimate knowledge of the Planning background associated with each of the sites and can provide expert advice for any interested parties. To assist in the undertaking of viability assessments Graham Anthony Associates can also provide layout plans incorporating specific developer house types (subject to fees).
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The government has announced an expansion of the four-year-old permitted development (PD) right that allows the conversion of farm buildings into homes without the need for planning permission. The existing right, set out in class Q, part 3, schedule 2 of the General Permitted Development Order 2015, allows landowners to convert agricultural buildings into a maximum of three homes up to an upper size limit of 450 square metres. However, under new rules set to come into force on Friday applicants can now effectively undertake conversions of almost twice the existing limit.
The amended rights will permit conversions to include up to five new homes and increases the floorspace limit to 465 square metres, which could mean a single property up to that limit. Additionally, barn conversions that deliver five ‘smaller’ homes of no more than 100 square metres, are also permitted. While on the face of things 16 square metres increase still seems restrictive, Landowners are allowed to amalgamate the approaches as long as there are no more than 3 dwellings over 100 square metres and no more than 5 units in total. This creates a situation from which an applicant could create a large dwelling of 465 square metres and four smaller units creating a total of 865 square metres of residential development.
One example of how these new rules could significantly benefit applicants is a situation from which permission is gained for a large barn, up to 465 square metres, then this barn is sold to provide the capital necessary to create 4 smaller units (unto 100 square metres) that can provide instant rental capital. Subsequently, if correctly applied the relaxations in PD rights could provide a useful tool for the agricultural industry in the fight to diversify income streams in the wake of Brexit.
GA Associates have considerable experience navigating the complexities of permitted development so please call today to see how we could help you maximise your assets.
It is business as usual at Graham Anthony Associates with the first major housing approval of 2018 secured. The site is located within the rural village of Hornby, which is designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty. With permission now granted, subject to the signing of the S106 agreement, this site has been added to our marketing portfolio. GA Associates are now actively marketing a total of 7 major housing sites, with unit numbers ranging from 11 – 158. Alongside the aforementioned sites, GA Associates also have a number of other applications currently in for planning, so if you are a developer or small builder we are sure to have a project that is suitable for you. For further information please see our marketing brochure Housing Sites
Graham Anthony Associates enjoyed a strong end to 2017, gaining approval for over 91 new homes in the last quarter of the year. With permission now granted, subject to the signing of the S106 agreements, these new sites are now available for enquiries. In terms of location, the 4 housing sites are roughly spread along the A6 corridor between Lancaster -Garstang and all benefit from outline planning consent (all matters reserved other than access). Alongside the aforementioned sites, GA Associates also have a number of other applications currently in for planning, so if you are a developer or small builder we are sure to have a project that is suitable for you. Please use the links below to browse our various approved applications and should you have any further questions we would be happy to take your call.
Lancaster City Council:
Higher Bondgate Dolphinholme (18 units) – Planning Ref: 17/00970/OUT
Land at Cockerham (18 units) – Planning Ref: 17/00723/OUT
Wyre Borough Council
Land at Hollins Lane (43 units) – Planning Ref: 17/00233/OUTMAJ
Land West of Calder House (14 units)- Planning Ref: 17/00501/OUTMAJ
For Further information please see our marketing brochure Housing Sites
it’s that time of year again when the GAA Team gets a chance to say a massive thanks for all the support we have received throughout the year. Of course, we are talking about the annual Garstang Victorian Evening. For those of you who have not had the pleasure of attending the event before it’s a fantastic evening for the whole family, with Garstang coming together and getting in the festive spirit. So come on down and join us, the office doors and the bubbly will be open from 7pm.
Graham Anthony Associates today secured permission for 18 homes at Lancaster City Council’s Planning Committee, following a complex planning application process. It took all the planning experience of our dedicated design team to convince Lancaster’s officers that the scheme should be recommended for approval. However, that perseverance was rewarded today as it was this recommendation that ultimately proved all important, swinging the committee in favour of approval. To request further details about this site please call one of our team today or simple use the enquiry form.
Carnforth – Housing Application
GA team secure outline PP for 7.4 Ha of residential development at Lancaster planning committee. The site’s characteristics presented several major constraints resulting in GA negotiating a 10% reduction in affordable housing contributions.
Preston City Council – Grant Listed Building Consent
GAA Team successfully utilise a wealth of heritage experience to provide a bespoke design solution that allowed Preston City Council to grant approval for the conversion of a Grade II listed building in the City Centre. Following completion of the conversion works the building will now provide 14 high quality apartments.