OUTLINE PLANNING 19/00119/OUT South Somerset District Council
Planning permission for 3 years from March 13th 2019 to erect one dwelling between Teddy Bear Cottage and Lyncot.
We understand the development will attract the Community Infrastructure Levy.
Outline proposal is for a cottage style two storey dwelling with internal floorspace of approximately 145 square metres. We understand there to be a covenant that restricts the land use for this plot to be as a 'single private dwelling house and as garden land incidental to such use'.
This land adjoins Hamdown Court, Picts Hill, a good quality well established small development adjoining and overlooking fields.
Our clients' solicitor has advised them that the road (ie Hamdown Court) has been adopted as part of the highway.
To be received on the appropriate form at our office by noon Tuesday October 8th 2019 (Form is on the back page).
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Langport Office 01458 252530
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From English Homes Langport office turn right and head past Kelways Pub and Kelways Garden Centre towards Somerton.
The plot can be found on the right just over the crest of Picts hill between Union Drove and Hamdown Court. It is not indicated by a for Sale board but is between Teddy bear Cottage and Lyncot. Access is from Hamdown Court
The ancient town of Langport has a range of facilities fulfilling most day to day needs, with a variety of shops including a Tesco store, medical centre, various churches and schools for all age ranges including the well-known Huish Academy. The town of Langport itself lies only about 8 miles north of the A303 which connects to the national motorway network, and is well placed for the larger towns of Taunton with its main-line railway station (London/Paddington), Bridgwater and Yeovil with their main-line railway stations (Waterloo and Paddington). The Dorset coast is about 25 miles.
This fascinating town benefits from excellent walking and cycling along the River Parrett Trail on the Somerset Levels. Close by at Muchelney are the remains of a medieval Benedictine monastery. The town and surrounding villages host a range of worthwhile events each year, attracting visitors from far and wide.
South Somerset District Council: 01935 462462