Parcel of Land @, Corner of, Webb Street and Goodhind Street, St Judes,
Sold @ Auction £176,000
LOT NUMBER 21
Parcel of Land @ Corner of Webb Street & Goodhind Street, St Judes, Bristol, BS5 0UF
FOR SALE BY LIVE ONLINE AUCTION
*** SOLD BY LIVE ONLINE AUCTION ***
GUIDE £140,000 +++
SOLD @ £176,000
Lot Number 21
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Hoole & Co
Gloucester Rd, Patchway
Tel: 0117 969 1436
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A Freehold parcel of land occupying the corner plot of Webb Street and Goodhind Street.
Sold with vacant possession.
The property is located in the Vibrant St Judes close to the cosmopolitan suburb of Easton. Local amenities including convenience stores, mini supermarkets, cafes and restaurants are all within close proximity including Cabot Circus which is short fifteen minute walk away.
Bristol City Centre is approximately one mile away.
We understand the parcel of land has residential development potential for either a pair of houses or a detached block of flats.
All subject to gaining the necessary consents.
Buyers to make their own investigations.
This site is considered to have potential to accommodate a housing development being within the defined central area of the city with excellent accessibility by non-car modes. The site does not appear to be subject to any restrictive designations in the Local Plan and there is no current Neighbourhood Plan for this area (the site is outside the Old Market Neighbourhood Plan boundary).
We would suggest any building is designed to appear as a continuation of the existing period terrace, with the same front and rear building lines; eaves height; and property widths. The adjacent site to the north- east had permission for redevelopment in 2000 but the side building line is set back from the pavement boundary on Webb Street. Although this is at odds with the back edge of pavement building line on the other corners to buildings on Goodhind Street, there could be a reason for the set back and the Council may expect a set-back on this site also.
A flatted scheme (Use Class C3) could work well (although it should be noted there are long-term local aspirations for family homes with gardens) provided the size of the dwellings are national space standard compliant and adequate provision is made for secure cycle storage and separate refuse/recycling storage. The Council will expect all dwellings be dual aspect in accordance with adopted policy requirements and there will be an expectation for some family sized units to be provided (i.e. two and three bedroom) with access to garden space (private or communal).
Planning permission was refused in 2007 for a building containing 8no. 1 bedroom flats within a 2/3 storey building with a mansard roof (ref. 07/02804/F). The reasons for refusal related to an impact on the visual amenity of the area (due to the mansard roof); harm to the residential amenity of no. 40 Goodhind Street (due to the projecting rear element, beyond the existing rear building line); the absence of cycle parking; the absence of a financial contribution towards the Car Club scheme; and the absence of a Flood Risk Sequential Test. These reasons for refusal could be addressed in a revised scheme and in respect of flood risk, the EA Flood Map indicates that the site is in Flood Zone 1 (Flood Zones 2 and 3 are close to but outside the site) so neither a Sequential Test or Exception Test would now be required.
The Council has onerous sustainable design and construction requirements and if there is district heating in the area, the Council will expect the development to be designed to connect to this. This should be explored early.
Any scheme in excess of 10 units (or if the site is 0.5 ha or more) will require on-site affordable housing at 20% (an interim threshold to fast-track applications in this area) provided this level is met. Any request by the developer to reduce this would require an open book financial viability appraisal and the 40% policy percentage normally required for this area in Policy BCS17 would automatically be triggered.
We believe that the site is suitable for development and a scheme of 2 houses or a small block of flats is realistic and achievable ( subject to consents )
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