Brownfield land

WBCBR19

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#WBCBR19

Planning permission status
not permissioned
Name
WBCBR19
Organisation
Worthing Borough Council (Organisation identifier is local-authority-eng:WOT)
Hectares
0.201
Minimum net dwellings
24
Maximum net dwellings
24
Deliverable
yes
Notes
This is a privately owned site. The site was formerly used by the NHS for nurses accommodation. The ground floor was last used on a temporary basis as office space to help decant for an Endoscopy department enlargement. The site was surplus to requirements and was put up for sale as a development opportunity. Permisison has since been granted for temporary homeless accomodation for up to 5 years. However, an application has been submitted and refused (not on principle of residential) and now subject of an appeal for 30 residential units. The site is promotes through the SHLAA as a potential housing site and could deliver at least 24 units.. SHLAA Ref:WB08168
Start date
2017-10-16
Site address
22 Lyndhurst Road, Worthing
Site
WBCBR19
Ownership status
not owned by a public authority
Entity
499499
Entry date
2019-10-30

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Associated information

History

entry-date resource line site-address maximum-net-dwellings planning-permission-history deliverable planning-permission-status site ownership-status site-plan-url point start-date name notes hectares organisation minimum-net-dwellings
2019-10-30 9713ca18ae3c... 25 22 Lyndhurst Road, Worthing 24 https://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/planning-policy/worthing-background-studies-and-info/housing/housing-capacity-shlaa/ yes not permissioned WBCBR19 not owned by a public authority https://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/media/media,146499,en.pdf POINT(-0.361155 50.814753) 2017-10-16 WBCBR19 This is a privately owned site. The site was formerly used by the NHS for nurses accommodation. The ground floor was last used on a temporary basis as office space to help decant for an Endoscopy department enlargement. The site was surplus to requirements and was put up for sale as a development opportunity. Permisison has since been granted for temporary homeless accomodation for up to 5 years. However, an application has been submitted and refused (not on principle of residential) and now subject of an appeal for 30 residential units. The site is promotes through the SHLAA as a potential housing site and could deliver at least 24 units.. SHLAA Ref:WB08168 0.201 local-authority-eng:WOT 24
2018-10-30 b54fd417cd08... 25 22 Lyndhurst Road 24 https://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/planning-policy/worthing-background-studies-and-info/housing/housing-capacity-shlaa/ yes not permissioned WBCBR19 not owned by a public authority https://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/media/media,146499,en.pdf POINT(-0.361155 50.814753) 2017-10-16 WBCBR19 This is a privately owned site. The site was formerly used by the NHS for nurses accommodation. The ground floor was last used on a temporary basis as office space to help decant for an Endoscopy department enlargement. The site was surplus to requirements and was put up for sale as a development opportunity. Permisison has since been granted for temporary homeless accomodation for up to 5 years. However, an application has been submitted and refused (not on principle of residential) and now subject of an appeal for 30 residential units. The site is promotes through the SHLAA as a potential housing site and could deliver at least 24 units.. SHLAA Ref:WB08168 0.201 local-authority-eng:WOT 24
2017-10-16 5512f8393683... 36 22 Lyndhurst Road 24 https://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/planning-policy/worthing-background-studies-and-info/housing/housing-capacity-shlaa/ yes not permissioned WBCBR19 not owned by a public authority https://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/media/media,146499,en.pdf POINT(-0.361155 50.814753) 2017-10-16 WBCBR19 This is a privately owned site. The site was formerly used by the NHS for nurses accommodation. The ground floor was last used on a temporary basis as office space to help decant for an Endoscopy department enlargement. The site was surplus to requirements and was put up for sale as a development opportunity. Given its location, its suitability and its availability for residential development it considered that this site provides an opportunity to deliver residential development.. SHLAA Ref:WB08168 0.201 local-authority-eng:WOT 24
2017-10-16 bd9cd114c512... 25 22 Lyndhurst Road, Worthing 24 https://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/planning-policy/worthing-background-studies-and-info/housing/housing-capacity-shlaa/ yes not permissioned WBCBR19 not owned by a public authority https://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/media/media,146499,en.pdf POINT(-0.361155 50.814753) 2017-10-16 WBCBR19 This is a privately owned site. The site was formerly used by the NHS for nurses accommodation. The ground floor was last used on a temporary basis as office space to help decant for an Endoscopy department enlargement. The site was surplus to requirements and was put up for sale as a development opportunity. Permisison has since been granted for temporary homeless accomodation for up to 5 years. However, an application has been submitted and refused (not on principle of residential) and an appeal dismissed for 30 residential units. The site is promoted through the SHLAA as a potential housing site and could deliver at least 24 units.. SHLAA Ref:WB08168 0.201 local-authority-eng:WOT 24

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