Brownfield land

WBCBR30

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#WBCBR30

Minimum net dwellings
6
Planning permission status
not permissioned
Deliverable
yes
Organisation
Worthing Borough Council (Organisation identifier is local-authority-eng:WOT)
Start date
2018-10-30
Site
WBCBR30
Name
WBCBR30
Ownership status
not owned by a public authority
Hectares
0.028
Site address
Wheatsheaf, Richmond Road, Worthing
Maximum net dwellings
6
Notes
This is a privately owned site. Planning permission had been refused but it is considered that a well designed scheme could deliver 6 units. Since then two more applications have been submitted AWDM/1865/19 for 8 units which was refused (02/03/20) and is now subject of an appeal. A more recent application (AWDM/0427/20) for 7 residential units has also been refused (24/04/20) and is also subject of an appeal. The rejected schemes were considered to be an overdevelopment of the site, and harmful to the character of the Conservation Area. Officers consider that a revised scheme could overcome the reasons for refusal and deliver 6 units on this site.Therefore, it has been identified in the SHLAA as a potential site.. SHLAA Ref: WB18002
Entity
499512
Entry date
2020-10-30

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History

entry-date resource line site-address deliverable planning-permission-history site planning-permission-status ownership-status maximum-net-dwellings site-plan-url point start-date name notes hectares organisation minimum-net-dwellings
2020-10-30 bd9cd114c512... 28 Wheatsheaf, Richmond Road, Worthing yes https://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/planning-policy/worthing-background-studies-and-info/housing/housing-capacity-shlaa/ WBCBR30 not permissioned not owned by a public authority 6 https://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/media/media,151930,en.pdf POINT(-0.370567 50.813518) 2018-10-30 WBCBR30 This is a privately owned site. Planning permission had been refused but it is considered that a well designed scheme could deliver 6 units. Since then two more applications have been submitted AWDM/1865/19 for 8 units which was refused (02/03/20) and is now subject of an appeal. A more recent application (AWDM/0427/20) for 7 residential units has also been refused (24/04/20) and is also subject of an appeal. The rejected schemes were considered to be an overdevelopment of the site, and harmful to the character of the Conservation Area. Officers consider that a revised scheme could overcome the reasons for refusal and deliver 6 units on this site.Therefore, it has been identified in the SHLAA as a potential site.. SHLAA Ref: WB18002 0.028 local-authority-eng:WOT 6
2019-10-30 9713ca18ae3c... 30 Wheatsheaf, Richmond Road, Worthing yes https://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/planning-policy/worthing-background-studies-and-info/housing/housing-capacity-shlaa/ WBCBR30 not permissioned not owned by a public authority 6 https://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/media/media,151930,en.pdf POINT(-0.370567 50.813518) 2018-10-30 WBCBR30 This is a privately owned site. Planning permission has been refused but it is considered vthat a well designed scheme could deliver 6 units. Therefore, it has been identified in the SHLAA as a potential site.. SHLAA Ref: WB18002 0.028 local-authority-eng:WOT 6
2018-10-30 b54fd417cd08... 32 Wheatsheaf, Richmond Road yes https://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/planning-policy/worthing-background-studies-and-info/housing/housing-capacity-shlaa/ WBCBR30 not permissioned not owned by a public authority 6 https://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/media/media,151930,en.pdf POINT(-0.370567 50.813518) 2018-10-30 WBCBR30 This is a privately owned site. Planning permission has been refused but it is considered vthat a well designed scheme could deliver 6 units. Therefore, it has been identified in the SHLAA as a potential site.. SHLAA Ref: WB18002 0.028 local-authority-eng:WOT 6

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