Strategies have been submitted to establish two four-bedroom detached properties on vacant land close to two detailed properties.
Andrew Ingham has utilized to Pendle Borough Council to build the “modest” houses, with personal garages, on vacant land to the west of Garfield in Keighley Street, Laneshawbridge.
The options, submitted to the council past week, explain the dwellings would be break up stage owing to the sloping land on the web-site, with lodging supplied throughout ground and reduce floor floors.
From Keighley Street, the improvement would surface as one storey with the much larger, two storey aspect at the rear facing south to maximise views across the landscape.
There are two outlined properties to the north of the web-site in the grounds of the previous Hartley Healthcare facility, but these are bodily separated from the plot by the A6068 and sit at a larger amount than the proposed dwellings.
In respect of the outlined structures, the planning assertion reads: “It is crystal clear that the property have architectural and historic significance, as outlined previously mentioned.
“Owing to the actual physical separation among the respective internet sites, the difference in concentrations and the modest character of the proposed improvement when found from the Keighley Highway elevation, it is not thought of that the scheme would detract from the shown properties, nor would it outcome in any undue hurt to their placing.”
The setting up assertion says Mr Ingham is not trying to find to establish the entirety of the land within just his ownership, and as this sort of, a big portion of the internet site to the south will continue to be untouched and build a suitable buffer to the countryside past.
A preceding software to erect three homes at the website was refused in November 2003, but considering that then the policy placement has modified.
The arranging assertion goes on: “Therefore, acquiring regard to the enhancement system and all material concerns, there is a compelling case for scheduling permission to be granted without hold off, in accordance with the presumption in favour of sustainable development.”
Residents have until finally June 30 to comment on the proposals, with a choice on no matter whether to grant permission created in thanks course.