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Five new properties are proposed on land to the rear of 198 To 202 Oakdale Road with access via Poplar Close

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An application has been received by Gedling Borough Council from Allan Joyce Architects, Nottingham acting as agent on behalf of Mr. Dale Smith-Kind of 202 Oakdale Road, Carlton for the proposed construction of five new properties on land to the rear of 198 To 202 Oakdale Road, Carlton. Nottinghamshire

A Design and Access statement produced by Allan Joyce Architects in support of a full planning application advises that the proposed development of 5 new detached residential dwelling houses will consist of 3no. 3 bed properties and 2no. 5 bed properties.

Pictured: Proposed site location (Courtesy of GBC Planning)

The statement further states that the vacant site is located to the rear of 198, 200 and 202 Oakdale Road, Carlton. Primary access to the site is off Poplar Close on the Southeast corner of the site and to the South of the site is Greenbank – a cul-de-sac of dwelling houses. The site is currently vacant and has an area of approximately 2200sqm (0.22 Ha).

Pictured: Aerial view of proposed development site (Courtesy of GOOGLE MAPS)

The proposed new access road divides the site, and supporting documents advise that the siting of the proposed new dwellings will continue a cul-de-sac street scene.

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The planning application advises that 12 parking spaces are proposed for the development and the properties are being developed for market housing.

Pictured: Proposed site layout (Courtesy of GBC Planning)

According to the Design & Access statement a number of previous planning applications have been submitted previolusly for the site that incorporate all or most of the site referenced in this application.

Ref: 2013/0253 – Construction of 5 new 4 bedroom dwellings to land to
rear of 202 Oakdale Road, Carlton
Decision – Conditional Permission

Ref: 2015/1094 – Revised Plans: Construction of eight new 3 bedroom
houses and five new 4 bedroom houses.
Decision – Withdrawn

Ref: 2016/0726 – Construction of 9 three bedroom houses and 3 four
bedroom houses.
Decision – Withdrawn

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Further details regarding Planning Application 2023/0865 can be accessed HERE.

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