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Lion Park - commercial building and future new homes

Commercial building available - Future new homes subject to planning permission - Broad Road - Hambrook - West Sussex - PO18 8FJ

Taylor Wimpey has built a commercial building to 'Shell & Core' finish.

Planning permission has been granted (October 2016) for 16 new homes, adjacent to the commercial building.

  • Commercial and new home opportunities at Lion Park

    Outline planning permission was granted for the commercial elements at Lion Park in October 2010. The 'Reserved Matters' application was granted consent in November 2011, and included 2,500sq m of B1 floorspace. The residential element of the site has completed. Jutland House (Block A) has been built to shell and core, and is available immediately either for sale or to let (shaded red below).

    Plans / further details for Jutland House are available on request; please contact Sam Stone on 01962 67 67 61 or sam.stone@taylorwimpey.com

    The remaining land at Lion Park was allocated for commercial uses. A recent planning appeal confirmed that commercial uses are not viable, and that the principle of residential use would be acceptable.

    Following recent consultation with the local community and planning authorities, we have designed a new residential layout for this area (shaded green below) based on 2-storey housing. Planning permission has been granted (October 2016) for the new proposals.

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    Jutland House - location plan

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    New homes - location plan

  • The development site

    Jutland House

    A photo of Jutland House

    Taylor Wimpey built the residential development known as 'Lion Park', which is located adjacent to Nutbourne Railway Station.

    Lion Park is bordered by the railway line to the south and a new residential development currently under construction (Hawthorne Meadow) to the north.

    Block A was built as a commercial block at the front of the development, and is now known as Jutland House.

    Jutland House has been completed to shell and core and is available to purchase or to let.

    There was land allocated for three further commercial blocks. Due to a lack of demand this land has been redesigned for 16 new family homes. Planning permission has now been granted for the revised proposals..

  • Our proposals

    For further details and plans for Jutland House, please contact Sam Stone on 01962 67 67 61 or sam.stone@taylorwimpey.com

    Our Architect designed three different residential concept layouts for the land formerly allocated for Blocks B C & D, which is now being referred to as 'Land at Kiln Drive'.

    These were shown to the local community at a public consultation event held in the village hall on Main Road on 01 March 2016. Please refer to the 'News & updates' tab for a copy of the presentation boards. The presentation boards include all three different layout options.

    The 'Option 1' design was most well received.

    Chichester District Council (CDC) also made further comments after the Public Consultation. Following these comments and the feedback from the consultation event, the Option 1 layout was revised and submitted for planning approval in March 2016. Following further comments from CDC, the layout has been amended to adjust the position of plot 16. The result of which can be seen below. This revised plan forms part of the planning permission granted in October 2016.

    The yellow dots indicate the position of the four affordable homes, which will be 'Intermediate tenure'. This means they will be available to purchase as Shared Equity Homes.

    Revised Layout - July 2016

    Revised site layout

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    View from Kiln Drive of plots 1 - 6

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    View from The Halt of plots 7 - 12

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    View from Kiln Drive of plots 12 - 14, and the rear courtyard / plot 15

  • Local contributions

    As part of the overall (Lion Park) development, we have provided contributions towards improving local community facilities and infrastructure, in addition to onsite affordable housing.

    As part of the new residential proposals, four affordable homes will be provided.

    Furthermore, contributions to the local community will be made in the form of 'Community Infrastructure Levy' (CIL) contributions, an offsite affordable housing contribution of circa £44,000, and a Chichester Harbour SPA Recreation Disturbance Mitigation Contribution.

    The CIL contributions are based on the quantum of development approved, which equates to a contribution of approximately £132,000.

  • Development timeline

    Land at Kiln Drive, Lion Park

    November 2016 - The contracts are being tendered for the 16 new homes. We hope to start on site in January 2017.

    October 2016 - Planning permission has been granted for 16 new homes.

    July 2016 - Revised layout submitted to Chichester District Council. The Council have advised that the application should be considered at the September Planning Committee.

    09 June 2016 - Planning meeting held with Chichester DC. The Planning Officers have requested changes to the layout. Our architect is currently amending the layout in line with the Officers comments; the revised layout will be uploaded when completed.

    21 April 2016 - The planning application has been registered by Chichester District Council. The submission documents can be seen by clicking here 

    By supporting our planning application you will be helping those in housing need and those who simply want to take the next step on the property ladder. We would be grateful if you could support our application by clicking here

    07 April 2016 - Presentation to Chidham & Hambrook Parish Council, held in the village hall. The images can be downloaded here

    07 April 2016 - A detailed planning application has been submitted for 16 new homes

    01 March 2016 - A Public Consultation event was held from 4pm to 8pm at Chidham and Hambrook village hall on Main Road. The consultation boards can be downloaded by clicking here

    18 February 2016 - Pre application meeting held with Chichester District Council to discuss three different residential layout designs

    January 2016 - New residential development designs formulated

    November 2015 - Post appeal meeting held with Chichester District Council to discuss potential development opportunities in light of the appeal decision

    October 2015 - Planning Appeal dismissed

    March 2015 - Planning Appeal lodged

    August 2014 - Change of use application refused by Chichester District Council

    April 2014 - Change of use application submitted, to replace commercial Blocks B, C & D with 25 residential apartments

    2011 - Reserved Matters Approval granted

    2010 - Outline planning permission granted for residential and commercial Uses