- Freehold investment opportunity with Planning for Six Apartments on the 1st and 2nd Floor with use of the Ground Floor to A1, A2 and A3.
- Town Centre Location
- Kettering Train Station Is 0.9 Miles From Dalkeith House
- Kettering Town Centre has an array of shops and restaurants ,
- Several bars and clubs and country parks
This outstanding freehold investment opportunity with Planning for Six Apartments on the 1st and 2nd Floor with use of the Ground Floor to A1, A2 and A3.
Kettering's economy was built on the boot and shoe industry. With the arrival of railways in the 19th century, industries such as engineering and clothing grew up. The clothing manufacturer Aquascutum built its first factory there in 1909. Kettering's economy is now based on service and distribution industries due to its central location and transport links. Kettering's unemployment rate is amongst the lowest in the UK and has over 80% of its adults in full-time employment. It is home to a wide range of companies including Aryzta, Weetabix, Pegasus Software, RCI Europe, Timsons Ltd and Morrisons Distribution as well as Wicksteed Park, the United Kingdom's second oldest theme park, which now plays host to one and a quarter million visitors every season. It has a very large free playground area, which was built by Wicksteed Playscapes, who are based in Kettering; the company is the world's oldest-known playground producer. Kettering Town Centre has an array of shops and restaurants , as well as several bars and clubs and country parks perfect for those who has the city at mind and the countryside at heart. Kettering Train station is 0.9 miles from Dalkeith House and is a principal stop on the East Coast Main Line , with frequent trains to London Kings Cross St Pancras in around 60 min and Cambridge 70 min, as well as providing local and cross-country services. With Major connections in every direction, you're never too far away from it all.
Application for the proposed change of use of the ground floor to A1, A2 & A3 and conversion/division of the 1st and 2nd floors of a public house to 6 no. apartments a Remi's Bar, Dalkeith Place, Kettering.
1. Introduction 1.1 This application relates to the change of use of the ground floor to A1, A2 & A3 and conversion/division of the 1st and 2nd floors of a public house to 6 no. apartments, and associated alterations to accommodate this. 1.2 This planning, design and access statement first describes the site, then focuses upon he design and access issues associated with the development of the site. 2. The Site 2.1 The site extends in total to 0.05 hectares and is located at Remi's Bar, Dalkeith Place, Kettering. The site has one frontage to Dalkeith Place, a second to Angel Yard, a third to Carrington Street and the remaining boundary is defined by a brick wall. 3. Use 5.1 Given the location of the site and the predominance of mixed use development ,residential buildings in the area, housing is considered the most appropriate use. 4. Amount 4.1 The amount of development that can be accommodated on the site represents compromise between seeking to make the most effective use of previously developed land and recognising the constraints imposed by the existing dwelling. 4.2 Following the works the resulting floor areas of the apartments would be a minimum of 5. Layout 5.1 The layout is very much influenced by the constraints evident on the site. 6. Scale 6.1 NA 7. Landscaping 7.18. Appearance 8.1 The appearance of the building will remain similar to that of the existing property. 9. Access 9.1 Parking is not available on site. The property is located within the town centre. 9.2 Disabled access will need to be provided in accordance with Part M of the Building Regulations.
10. Waste Collection 10.1 Adequate waste storage as required by the local refuse collection is provided for the occupants of the residential units and located within the rear yard. Bins will be moved to the front of the gates on collection days only and returned afterwards. 10.2 The existing commercial units are serviced by private refuse collectors. 11. Vehicular and Transport Links 11.1 The area has good public transport links and therefore does not require any additional parking to that already available in the town centre. 11.2 Bike storage is available adjacent to entrance lobby of flats
Further Information. Decsion
Site visit made on 6 March 2019 by P B Jarvis BSc (Hons) Depp MRTPI an Inspector appointed by the Secretary of State Decision date: 3 April 2019 Appeal Ref: APP/L2820/W/18/3217498 Dalkeith House, Dalkeith Place, Kettering, Northants NN16 0BS. The appeal is made under section 78 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990against a refusal to grant planning permission.. The application Ref KET/2018/0736, dated 18 September 2018, was refused by notice dated 21 November 2018. The development proposed is the conversion / division of the 1st and 2nd floors of public house to 6 no. apartments. Decision 1. The appeal is allowed and planning permission is granted for the conversion /division of the 1st and 2nd floors of public house to 6 no. apartments, at Dalkeith House, Dalkeith Place, Kettering, Northants NN16 0BS, in accordance with the terms of application ref: KET/2018/0736, and subject to the following conditions: 1) The development hereby permitted shall begin not later than 3 years from the date of this permission. 2) This permission shall relate to the following plans: 1:1250 location plan, 24-18-02A (proposed plans) and 24-18-01 (existing plans). 3) None of the apartments hereby permitted shall be occupied until the change of use of the ground floor of the building, permitted under ref:KET/2018/0738, has been undertaken in full. 4) Prior to the occupation of any of the apartments hereby permitted fulldetails of the cycle store and bin storage / collection areas shall besubmitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority and fully implemented as approved. Those areas shall thereafter be retained as such. 5) Prior to the occupation of any of the apartments hereby permitted, two beatboxes / bricks / tubes shall be installed on the external walls of the building(facing in a south-easterly or south-westerly direction) in accordance with the recommendation of The Astute Ecology Bat Emergence and Re-entry Surveys, Ref: AE.18.209.
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6) Prior to the installation of any new gate to the rear yard or the first occupation of any of the apartments hereby permitted (whichever is first), details of the replacement gate, including details of an entry system and new ground floor door shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Appeal Decision APP/L2820/W/18/3217498https://www.gov.uk/planning-inspectorate 2 Local Planning Authority and fully installed as approved. They shall thereafter be retained as such. 7) No window(s) or door(s) shall be changed or replaced, including replacement glass or secondary glazing, unless full details have first been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Any works shall be carried out in accordance with the approved details. 8https://www.gov.uk/planning-inspectorate 4