• Land Adjacent To Millham House


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Land Adjacent To Millham House

Land Adjacent To Millham House, 60 Evesham Road, Bishops Cleeve, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL52


CODE: 5727


Harry Breakwell


01452 880161
Harry Breakwell


Offers invited on an unconditional or conditional basis for a site with lapsed planning permission for 2 no. dwellings in Bishops Cleeve, Cheltenham

The site itself extends to approximately 0.62 acres (0.25 hectares) comprising a vacant parcel of grassland with fruit trees. The land falls gently from the north towards South Stream which flows along the southern boundary of the site and into which the site currently drains. Beyond the southern boundary is a grass verge which adjoins the Evesham Road. To the eastern edge of the site is a track which forms the access to Millham House, having previously served the land to the north which has now been developed by Kendrick Homes. Set within the site, although not land-locked is Millham House, which is also owned by the landowners and to be sold at a later date. The dwelling is screened from the site by the boundary hedging and walls of the garage. The western boundary abuts the garden to a residential dwelling, marked by an intermittent hedge and fence. Directly to the north of the site is a 26 no. unit scheme by Kendrick Homes, known as 'Horizons'.

The lapsed planning consent is outlined below:

15/00417/FUL - Proposal for 2 no. dwelling houses (Use Class C3) together with associated hard and soft landscaping, drainage and access. Approved on the 24th of November 2015.

The proposed scheme comprised 2 no. detached 5-bedroom dwellings set back behind the existing dwelling, Millham House, with one having a detached garage and the other having an integral garage. The properties would be accessed via the existing track which would be extended and resurfaced with asphalt. The main facade was to be finished in local limestone with dressed stone surrounds to openings and painted timber windows and doors with the roof finished in slate with painted metal rainwater pipes.