West Side Of Ellerslie Lane, Bexhill On Sea
The site has consent for 26 dwellings provided across a range of housing typologies including maisonettes, bungalows ad family dwellings.
All dwellings have been designed to be compliant with the nationally described space standards. 18 units are private market housing, and 8 units will be affordable housing.
The proposed mix of dwellings has been market led with a range of houses that will be attractive to wide audiences from downsizers though to large family homes.
The mix has also been discussed with local affordable housing providers to ensure it is market led and deliverable.
Provision for a 1 Bed wheelchair apartment have also been introduced; compliant with the standards set out in Building Regulations Part M4 (3) 2 (b) for a dwelling that meets the needs of wheelchair users.
Rother District Council (PP RR/2020/565/P)
- Consented development opportunity
- Popular area of Bexhill-On-Sea
- 26 dwellings (8 affordable)
- Range of market led housing types.
- Includes two bungalows.
- House designs befitting local heritage style.
- Site subject to CIL
- Off-plan sales support available
- Rother District Council (PP RR/2020/565/P)
- Unconditional offers for the freehold title invited
Situated in a predominantly residential area with Fryatts Way to the west and Ellerslie Lane to the East. Highwoods Golf Club is located to the open space beyond Fryatts Way to the West.
The nearest convenience store and Post Office is located a short walk away, about a kilometre to the East, on Windmill Drive.
Bexhill town centre is located about 3 Kilometres to the Southeast and offers a wide range of shops and facilities. Glenleigh Park Primary Academy and Bexhill Academy, a large coeducational secondary school, are about a kilometre to the Northeast off Gunters Lane, a privately run day nursery is also nearby.
Bus services run from Courthope Drive and Turkey Road which offer connecting services to Bexhill ton centre. There are two local railway stations nearby, the smaller of the two is in Collington. The main Bexhill station is about 3 Kilometres away from the site with a full range of facilities and frequent train services.
The scheme befits the local fine architectural heritage, while suiting the context of contemporary living patterns and modern habitable standards.
Notable local architectural features include:
- Mixture of architectural styles and periods
- Predominantly sub-urban in character
- Use of red brick and tile hanging
- Traditional pitch roofs with prominent gables and hips
- Occasional use of brown or yellow stock bricks
- Widespread use of white painted render
- Mixture of detached family houses, semi-detached and terrace housing with occasional bungalows.
CIL (Community Infrastructure Levy) Will be imposed upon the site
Further information available including:
• Title & legal information
• Topographical & measured building survey
• Drawings & elevations
• Consultants reports
• Further photographs
• Sample Heads of Terms
Unconditional offers for the freehold title
are invited and preferred.
Prices quoted may be subject to VAT in addition
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Viewings within the site boundary and of the existing buildings are strictly by appointment only, enquiries being directed to Paramount Sales & Lettings
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