Brownfield land

BL1025

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#BL1025

Start date
2017-12-15
Site
BL1025
Ownership status
owned by a public authority
Hectares
1.44
Maximum net dwellings
90
Name
BL1025
Planning permission status
not permissioned
Notes
Allocation CR13a in Local Plan. Subject to adopted Supplementary Planning Document - Site of Reading Prison Planning Framework.. The prison building itself is of historical significance and is listed, and its historic significance will be retainedconserved and where possible enhanced. The building would be used for residential or student accommodation, commercial offices or a hotel, and could include some cultural or heritage element or related retail and leisure that draws on its significance. The site is part of a scheduled ancient monument, and therefore any additional development will be dependent on a thorough demonstration that it would not have detrimental impacts on the significant archaeological interest. The prison adjoins the Abbey Quarter, and development should therefore enhance that area as a heritage destination.. https://images.reading.gov.uk/2019/12/Local_Plan_Adopted_November_2019.pdf
Site address
Reading Prison, Forbury Road, Reading
Minimum net dwellings
65
Organisation
Reading Borough Council (Organisation identifier is local-authority-eng:RDG)
Entity
491191
Entry date
2020-12-11

Geographical area

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Associated information

History

entry-date resource line minimum-net-dwellings site-address ownership-status name point site-plan-url hectares planning-permission-status site notes maximum-net-dwellings organisation start-date
2020-12-11 ec415c642b8d... 22 65 Reading Prison, Forbury Road, Reading owned by a public authority BL1025 POINT(-0.964115 51.456441) https://images.reading.gov.uk/2020/12/Brownfield-Land-Register-Maps-2020-BL1001-to-BL1055.pdf 1.44 not permissioned BL1025 Allocation CR13a in Local Plan. Subject to adopted Supplementary Planning Document - Site of Reading Prison Planning Framework.. The prison building itself is of historical significance and is listed, and its historic significance will be retainedconserved and where possible enhanced. The building would be used for residential or student accommodation, commercial offices or a hotel, and could include some cultural or heritage element or related retail and leisure that draws on its significance. The site is part of a scheduled ancient monument, and therefore any additional development will be dependent on a thorough demonstration that it would not have detrimental impacts on the significant archaeological interest. The prison adjoins the Abbey Quarter, and development should therefore enhance that area as a heritage destination.. https://images.reading.gov.uk/2019/12/Local_Plan_Adopted_November_2019.pdf 90 local-authority-eng:RDG 2017-12-15
2019-12-16 1ebc73d8061d... 22 65 Reading Prison, Forbury Road, Reading owned by a public authority BL1025 POINT(-0.964115 51.456441) https://www.reading.gov.uk/media/8109/Brownfield-Register-Maps-BL1001-1052/pdf/Brownfield_Land_Register_Maps_2019_1001_to_1052.pdf 1.44 not permissioned BL1025 Allocation CR13a in Local Plan. Subject to adopted Supplementary Planning Document - Site of Reading Prison Planning Framework.. The prison building itself is of historical significance and is listed, and its historic significance will be retainedconserved and where possible enhanced. The building would be used for residential or student accommodation, commercial offices or a hotel, and could include some cultural or heritage element or related retail and leisure that draws on its significance. The site is part of a scheduled ancient monument, and therefore any additional development will be dependent on a thorough demonstration that it would not have detrimental impacts on the significant archaeological interest. The prison adjoins the Abbey Quarter, and development should therefore enhance that area as a heritage destination.. https://www.reading.gov.uk/media/10410/Reading-Borough-Council-Local-Plan/pdf/Local_Plan_Adopted_November_2019.pdf 90 local-authority-eng:RDG 2017-12-15
2018-12-16 5bb8651c0adc... 23 65 Reading Prison, Forbury Road, Reading owned by a public authority BL1025 http://www.reading.gov.uk/media/8109/Brownfield-Register-Maps-BL1001-1050/pdf/Brownfield_Register_maps_1001-1050.pdf 1.44 not permissioned BL1025 Proposed allocation CR13a in Submission Draft Local Plan. Subject to adopted Supplementary Planning Document - Site of Reading Prison Planning Framework.. The prison building itself is of historical significance and is listed, and its historic significance will be retainedconserved and where possible enhanced. The building would be used for residential or student accommodation, commercial offices or a hotel, and could include some cultural or heritage element or related retail and leisure that draws on its significance. The site is part of a scheduled ancient monument, and therefore any additional development will be dependent on a thorough demonstration that it would not have detrimental impacts on the significant archaeological interest. The prison adjoins the Abbey Quarter, and development should therefore enhance that area as a heritage destination.. http://www.reading.gov.uk/media/8649/LP001-Submission-Draft-Local-Plan/pdf/LP001_Submission_Draft_Local_Plan.pdf 90 local-authority-eng:RDG 2017-12-15
2017-12-15 6e5c64158ac4... 25 65 Reading Prison, Forbury Road, Reading owned by a public authority BL1025 http://www.reading.gov.uk/media/8109/Brownfield-Register-Maps-BL1001-1047/pdf/Brownfield_Register_Maps_BL1001-1047.pdf 1.44 not permissioned BL1025 Proposed allocation CR13a in Draft Local Plan. Subject to adopted Supplementary Planning Document - Site of Reading Prison Planning Framework.. The prison building itself is of historical significance and is listed, and its historic significance will be retainedconserved and where possible enhanced. The building would be used for residential or student accommodation, commercial offices or a hotel, and could include some cultural or heritage element or related retail and leisure that draws on its significance. The site is part of a scheduled ancient monument, and therefore any additional development will be dependent on a thorough demonstration that it would not have detrimental impacts on the significant archaeological interest. The prison adjoins the Abbey Quarter, and development should therefore enhance that area as a heritage destination.. http://www.reading.gov.uk/media/8053/Pre-Submission-Local-Plan-November-2017/pdf/Pre-Submission_Local_Plan_November_2017.pdf 90 local-authority-eng:RDG 2017-12-15

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