Application PA17/04301 had permission granted in December 2018 for the construction of 6 properties. Each of the homes are large detached 4 bedroom properties. They all have integral garages and range in size from 199 - 229 sq.m. Each home will have private gardens and their own driveway.
The application was approved prior to the implementation of the CIL, and there are no onerous S106 payments to be made, nor is there any affordable housing on the site.
The site consists of two parcels of land with a lane passing between them. Both sides are level and currently laid to grass; each are bordered by mature trees. There is a large barn on one side which might be useful as a site office/storage.
The development site is located immediately to the north of Binhamy Castle, the remains of a 14th century fortified Manor House and a nationally designated Scheduled Ancient Monument (SAM). Further information is available on the planning portal and through the agents, however the development has been designed to preserve and not interfere with the SAM and a trust has been set up which will own, insure and maintain it. We would anticpate this being a unique and attractive marketing element for the completed houses and ensures neighbouring green space for the properties.
The site is situated at the end of an unmade road on the edge of the coastal town of Bude, approximately 1 mile from the town centre and coast. Bude is a thriving town in a dramatic setting on the Atlantic Heritage Coastline surrounded by wide open spaces. The area is known for having some of the finest beaches in the UK and is designated an area of outstanding natural beauty.