Conditional planning permission was granted by Gedling Borough Council planners on December 18 for the erection of 24 new homes with associated access and landscaping on land at the junction of Lambley Lane and the Gedling Access Road (GAR).
The planning application on behalf of Keepmoat Homes was a standalone full planning application separate from planning applications relating to the larger Chase Farm site.
A case officer report to the planning committee recommended the granting of planning permission subject to the owner entering into a planning obligation secured through a s106
agreement with the Borough Council as the Local Planning Authority and the County Council to secure affordable housing, education contributions, payment in lieu of public open space, bus stop improvements, management company details and a local labour
agreement; and subject to further reasons set out in the report.
The planning report further advises that vehicular access to the site would be from land to the immediate south, which benefits from permission for the erection of 33 dwellings, with the main access coming from the spur between Colliery Way and Lambley Lane. Both parcels of land are under the same ownership and it is understood that it is intended for the two sites to be built out as one development, which is reflected in a number of similar house types across the two sites.
Planning documents state that there will 24 properties consisting of 19 properties for open sale – two X two bedroom homes, nine X three bedroom homes and eight X four bedroom homes. The remaining five properties will consist of two X two bedroom properties for affordable housing – first homes and three X two bedroom for affordable housing – rented.
Further details on planning application 2022/0200 can be accessed HERE