Seven new homes proposed
RICHARD PARR A couple look set to win planning consent to demolish a bungalow in the centre of Fakenham and build seven homes on the site.The proposal is to build a pair of semi-detached three-bedroom houses with a vehicle access between them to the rear where a terrace of five three-bedroom properties would be built.
A couple look set to win planning consent to demolish a bungalow in the centre of Fakenham and build seven homes on the site.
The proposal is to build a pair of semi-detached three-bedroom houses with a vehicle access between them, behind where a terrace of five three-bedroom properties would be built.
On the front of the site, in Gladstone Road, there would be parking for 12 cars.
The scheme also provides brick boundary walls, timber fences and associated landscaping and bin store.
In May, a previous scheme proposed by the applicants was refused and the scheme was withdrawn. Concerns related to overdevelopment, and the scheme being considered out of character with the area and having a detrimental effect on amen-ities of No 6 Gladstone Road.
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A report to North Norfolk District Council planners this week says the site is appropriate for higher density development.
It states that on balance the proposed development is acceptable and complies with adopted policies of the Local Plan.
The council's development control committee (west) is being recommended to give delegated authority to approve, subject to there being no new grounds of objection from consultees and subject to conditions.