Question 2. Please submit any sites for employment and housing you wish to suggest for allocation in the Local Plan. Provide as much information and supporting evidence as possible.

Showing forms 511 to 540 of 705
Form ID: 40534
Respondent: Fisher German LLP

Deal Farm, Cambridge Road, Sawston, Cambridge

0.92

Site 40534 map

Agricultural with planning permission for the change of use of four out of five of the agricultural buildings to flexible B1 and B8 uses (Ref. S/2372/16/FL).

N/A

Ref. S/2372/16/FL - Change of Use of Agricultural Buildings to Flexible B1 and B8 uses, involving an element of Demolition, Alterations to Building, Parking Area and Widening of Access – Approved 10th March 2017 Ref. S/1795/18/DC - Discharge of Conditions 6 (Vehicular Route Plan), 10 (Demolition Method Statement), 11 (Servicing Management Plan), 12 (Lighting Scheme), 14 (Pollution Control), 16 (Materials), 17 (Boundary Treatment) & 18 (Hard & Soft Landscaping) of Planning Permission S/2372/16/FL – Approved 28th November 2018

Previously developed land

Employment Use

Employment (B1) office, Employment (B1b) research and development, Employment (B1c) light industrial, Employment (B8) storage and distribution

Nothing chosen

Deal Farm will deliver additional employment space for local businesses seeking such accommodation thus meeting future need within the combined Local Planning Authority area.

Employment floor space – approx. 2,850 sqm (including the four units with permission and the larger building currently within agricultural use).

Yes (Please give details)

There is an existing access off Cambridge Road, and it is being widened as part of the approved application S/2372/16/FL.

No

Yes (Please give details)

A Drainage Assessment was carried out as part of the planning application S/2372/16/FL and it was found that the existing agricultural development includes a surface water drainage system which discharges via an attenuation pond to a culverted watercourse to the west of the site. This will be utilised and improved for the converted units and yard area.

Available now

High

No

April 2019

End of 2019

< 1year

No

N/A

Yes

Form ID: 40535
Respondent: Bidwells
Agent: Bidwells

The Drift, Harston, South Cambridgeshire, Cambridgeshire, East of England (nearest postcode CB22 7NG)

44.73

Site 40535 map

Horse grazing and farmland

N/A

N/A

Greenfield

Residential development in two phases: Phase 1 (12.477 ha) depicted by the red hatching on the plan. Phase 2 (32.253 ha) is shown hatched green.

Market and affordable housing, Key worker housing, Older persons housing, Residential care home

Schools and education, Public open space, Community facilities, Recreation and leisure, Healthcare

A mixture of housing and accompanying uses which will help support the local area.

Of the 44.73ha available, we believe 55% could be developed for residential use. At a housing density of 35 houses per ha we are proposing 860 houses. Phase 1 - c. 240 houses Phase 2 - c. 620 houses

Yes (Please give details)

Existing field accesses shown on the map with blue arrows. These would need to be upgraded to an adopted standard if the site is developed. It should be noted that the existing western access also serves as a Public Right of Way (REF: 116/4).

No

Yes (Please give details)

The site benefits from being at a low risk of flooding (Flood Zone 1) and has adequate drainage. It is unknown as to whether the land is contaminated. Any future planning application would be accompanied by a Phase 1 Contamination Assessment, which would assess the likelihood of contamination and recommend remediation measures (if necessary). A non-designated nature reserve bounds a portion of the site to the south-west. Appropriate landscape buffering will be considered in this location in order to ensure minimal impact on the biodiversity found within the nature reserve. A number of trees are located on either side of the western access route through the site. Woodland is located in the southern portion of the site. It is inevitable that some of the trees on-site will be required to be removed in order to facilitate the development. However, it is anticipated that the majority of the woodland will be retained in order to serve as a public space for future occupiers. In addition, given that a Public Right of Way (REF: 116/4) runs alongside the western access route through the site and intersects the railway line to the south, there is an opportunity to create a pedestrianised greenway and thus improve the quality of the footpath. Four Grade II listed buildings are located opposite the site's western access: Yew Tree Cottage; Park House Stables; Coach House and Stable Block to North of Park House; and Park House. It should be noted, however, that these listed buildings are set back from the public highway and are obscured by extensive vegetation. Views into the site from the listed buildings and vice-versa are therefore limited. Consequently, it is considered that the development of the site would not result in a significant impact on the setting and character of the listed buildings. A railway line bounds the site's southern boundary. Any future planning application for development of this part of the site would be accompanied by a Noise Assessment. It is likely that the built environment would need to be set back from the railway line, in order to minimise the potential adverse impact on residential amenity.

No

The site does not currently have access to key utilities, other than the existing drainage network (although it is anticipated that this will need to be upgraded in order to facilitate the development).

Next 5 years

Farm management agreement requires six months notice to terminate. The horse grazing licences can be terminated with one month's notice.

Enquiries received

Good access, adjacent to the existing settlement, close to Cambridge, available in the short term, and all constraints are considered to be minor and/or easily overcome

No

N/A

2022

2028

6

No

See 'G - suitability - site features and constraints.

Yes

Form ID: 40536
Respondent: Cheffins
Agent: Cheffins

Land to the rear of No. X Brookhampton Street, Ickleton

1.1

Site 40536 map

Agriculture

N/A

N/A

Greenfield

Residential development

Market and affordable housing, Key worker housing, Older persons housing

Public open space

The benefits of the proposed development are wide-ranging, and will promote the economic objectives of the NPPF.

The gross site area is 1.1ha and we believe a modest density would be appropriate in this location, suggesting some 20 dwellings

Yes (Please give details)

Brookhampton Street.

No

No

No

It is understood that, given the likely site capacity, adequate services exist within the adjacent road.

Available now

As there are no obvious physical constraints and the site is within a single family ownership it is deliverable in the short term.

None

The nature of Ickleton and its existing housing stock suggests it is an area of high housing demand. It is an attractive village close to key transport routes and to local employment.

No

N/A

2020

2022

2

No

N/A

Yes

Form ID: 40537
Respondent: Cheffins
Agent: Cheffins

Land north of West Wickham Road. Nearest post code (45 West Wickham Road): CB21 4DZ

0.9

Site 40537 map

Agriculture

N/A

N/A

Greenfield

Residential use

Market and affordable housing, Older persons housing, Custom or self build housing

Public open space

The benefits of the proposed development are wide-ranging and will promote the economic objectives of th NPPF.

Low density development (edge of village) on 0.9ha site suggests about 15-20 dwellings

Yes (Please give details)

Whilst there is an existing field access, this could be relocated closer to the village subject to more detailed assessment. Subject to investigation, there may need to be an improved and relocated access.

No

Yes (Please give details)

Services available in West Wickham Road

Available now

Single Family ownership and relatively unconstrained.

None

It is an attractive site given housing demand in Balsham.

No

N/A

2020

2022

2

No

N/A

Yes

Form ID: 40538
Respondent: Cheffins
Agent: Cheffins

Land to rear of Lower Farm, 117 High Street, Balsham

0.9

Site 40538 map

Agriculture

N/A

N/A

Greenfield

Low density residential development.

Market and affordable housing

Public open space

The benefits of the proposed development are wide-ranging and will promote the economic objectives of the NPPF.

Suggesting medium/low density housing at say, 25dph so approximately 20 units in total

No answer given

Yes (Please give details)

There are two access options (or a combination of both): either via Queens Close to the west or via adjacent land (to the east) that is also being promoted by its owner (Mr B Plumb).

No

No answer given

Yes (Please give details)

No answer given

No answer given

Yes (Please give details)

Services are available nearby

Available now

Unconstrained site in single ownership.

None

The site is attractive given its quality and location within Balsham

No

No

N/A

2020

2022

2

No

N/A

Yes

Form ID: 40539
Respondent: Cheffins
Agent: Cheffins

LAND NORTH OF PAMPISFORD ROAD, GREAT ABINGTON, CB21 6BD

11

Site 40539 map

Agricultural land

N/A

N/A

Greenfield

Erection of 135 dwellings (approx.) to include an appropriate provision of affordable housing and self-build plots, associated access, public open space and landscaping

Market and affordable housing, Custom or self build housing

Public open space

The benefits of the proposed development are wide-ranging and will promote the social, economic and environmental objectives of the NPPF.

approx. 135 dwellings.

Yes (Please give details)

Access available from Pampisford Road vie a new priority junction.

No

Gradual slope from the south east to north west. Proposed drainage point on the north western lower part of the site.

No

No

Connections can be made to existing services.

Available now

The site is within the ownership of the promoter

Enquiries received

Very good

None known

N/A

2020

2025

5

No

N/A

Yes

Form ID: 40540
Respondent: Cheffins
Agent: Cheffins

LAND AT BANCROFT FARM, LITTLE ABINGTON

3

Site 40540 map

Agricultural land

N/A

N/A

Greenfield

Erection of up to 20 dwellings, associated access, public open space and landscaping

Market and affordable housing

Public open space

The benefits of the proposed development are wide-ranging and will promote the social, economic an environmental objectives of the NPPF.

approx. 20 dwellings

Yes (Please give details)

Agricultural access from Church Lane to the south.

No

No

No

connections can be made to existing infrastructure.

Available now

The site is within the ownership of the promoter

Enquiries received

Very good

None known

N/A

2020

2025

5

No

N/A

Yes

Form ID: 40541
Respondent: Phase7

Adjacent to Fairholme (formally The Folly) , Bassingbourn Road, Litlington, Royston, Cambridgeshire

1.3

Site 40541 map

Grazing land adjacent to detached dwelling (Fairholme)

N/A

A small section of the site is subject to application S/0403/19/FL

Greenfield

A 30 unit residential development set in 1.3 hectares (density 23 dwellings per hectare). The proposed site layout is attached: 22 3 bed semi-detached 2. 3 bed detached 6. 4 bed detached 40% affordable housing

Market and affordable housing

Nothing chosen

Housing, including affordable housing, in an area which will increase in demand with the completion of the Cambridge-Oxford railway arc.

A 30 unit residential development set in 1.3 hectares. The proposed site layout is attached: 22 3 bed semi-detached 2 3 bed detached 6 4 bed detached Housing density 23/Ha 40% affordable housing

Yes (Please give details)

Existing dropped curve access from the highway is provided in the west corner of the site. Improved (widened) access may be required.

No

No

No

Water main and electricity available in west corner of site. Mains sewerage not currently available but a local treatment system could be installed (The chalk substratum allows for good drainage of purified discharge.

Available now

No constraints to immediate development

Don't know

High. House prices close to central Cambridge are high. Employment, especially the technology/ R&D is robust and affordability is a key issue. The development of the proposed Cambridge - Oxford Arc will make Litlington/Bassingbourn a desirable location.

No

2021

2023

2

No

Yes

Form ID: 40542
Respondent: (No Organisation)

Land East of Alms Hill, Bourn

1.82

Site 40542 map

Occasional Grazing Land for Livestock

N/A

N/A

Greenfield

A pre-Application request was submitted in June 2018 (PRE/0378/18) for up to six dwellings on the land edge red. However, the site capacity available on the total area of 1.82 Ha at 30 dph (with 40% POS) would be up to 30 dwellings .

Market and affordable housing, Custom or self build housing

Public open space

There is a lack of informal open space within the Village of Bourn. The site is conveniently located close to the centre of the settlement which could provide a number of diverse areas to be enjoyed such as a community orchard and/or improvements to the intensively grazed area to be a rich grassland habitat should this be required on the retained land edged blue.

The six dwelling proposed as an illustration on the attached plan maintains the linear pattern of development in this part of the Village. The generous sized plots also demonstrates the potential that the dwellings would be suitable for the requirement of the Council to identify self-build plots within the housing supply. (As the Village services (Doctors Surgery, Primary School local convenience store and coffee shop) are in walking distance with good access to the bus route the site is highly sustainable could also be suitable for a small mixed used residential development of up of to 30 dwellings.

No

The illustrative plan allows for a short access road on to the existing highway. It is not anticipated that there would be an issue in forming the junction at this location or with the required visibility. The matter would be dealt with at detailed design stage.

No

No

The site is within Flood Zone 1 and therefore not subject to any flooding constraints. An appropriate assessment would be provided at the time of any planning application.

No

The services are all likely to be within Alms Hill with adequate capacity for the development proposed. They can be directly accessed. The exception is mains gas which is not available in the Villages in this part of South Cambs.

Available now

The site is within a single ownership with direct access to Alms Hill. To date there has been no technical matter identified which would impact on the development coming forward immediately.

None

Bourn is a popular and regarded as an attractive Village due to its location within the Cambridge hinterland and the level of services found in the settlement.

None as far as the Agent is aware.

N/A

2020

2021

1

No

The only issues are likely to be detailed planning matters regarding quality of design and being sympathetic to the adjoining properties.

Yes

Form ID: 40543
Respondent: Brown & Co Barfords
Agent: Brown & Co Barfords

Land off St Peters Street Caxton

1

Site 40543 map

Agricultural

N/A

N/A

Greenfield

Residential

Market and affordable housing, Key worker housing, Older persons housing, Residential care home, Student accommodation, Custom or self build housing, Employment (B1) office, Employment (B1b) research and development, Employment (B1c) light industrial, Employment (B8) storage and distribution, Employment (other)

Public open space

The site is able to provide market housing along with affordable housing/ self build housing as required. The land owners are also open to discussion on other forms of development

30 units

Yes (Please give details)

Access available from St Peters Street and/or Rosemary Greene Close.

No

Yes (Please give details)

Site is greenfield with no known contamination issues and is located in flood zone 1. The site is in relative proximity to the grade II* listed Caxton Hall but is significantly divorced from and screened by tree and hedgerow belts. The site has no known Biodiversity issues and is considered to be able to provide an enhancement in biodiversity as part of any future development. A suitable design solution would ensure minimal impact upon Caxton Hall.

The site is readily serviceable by key utilities.

Available now

The site is greenfield and available now.

Enquiries received

Given the paucity of available development sites in Caxton, the site is attractive to the market for residential development.

None

N/A

2022

2023

1

No

N/A

Yes

Form ID: 40544
Respondent: Brown & Co Barfords
Agent: Brown & Co Barfords

Land at Potton Road, Gamlingay

1.5

Site 40544 map

Grazing

N/A

There is significant planning history on the site with planning permission granted on 10 December 2001 (LPA reference: S/2331/00/O) for production workshop buildings and offices. Permission was subsequently renewed on a number of occasions, lastly in March 2006 (LPA reference: S/0059/06/F). Reserved matters approval was subsequently granted on 03 June 2006 (LPA reference: S/0060/06/RM) for the development of 3,240 sq m of industrial buildings with 480 sq m of offices and open storage. The pre-commencement conditions on the 2006 permission were subsequently discharged and the planning permission was initiated in 2008 which provides an extant permission.

Greenfield

B1(a), B1(b), B1(c), B2 & B8 uses

Employment (B1) office, Employment (B1b) research and development, Employment (B1c) light industrial, Employment (B2) general industrial, Employment (B8) storage and distribution

Nothing chosen

The development of the site will create job opportunities to support the local economy in accordance with paragraph 80 of the NPPF 2018 which sets out that planning policies should create the conditions in which businesses can invest, expand and adapt, and significant weight should be placed on the need to support economic growth and productivity.

Unknown

Yes (Please give details)

Yes (please give details)

The land slopes from north to south. There is substantive hedgerow on the western boundary along with a hedge and bund on the southern boundary.

Yes (Please give details)

There is mains water, cable and foul drainage through onsite sewage treatment

Available now

The land is in my clients ownership and can be developed immediately

Don't know

There is significant demand for commercial development, particularly modern business development, general industrial and storage and distribution

No

There is significant planning history on the site with planning permission granted on 10 December 2001 (LPA reference: S/2331/00/O) for production workshop buildings and offices. Permission was subsequently renewed on a number of occasions, lastly in March 2006 (LPA reference: S/0059/06/F). Reserved matters approval was subsequently granted on 03 June 2006 (LPA reference: S/0060/06/RM) for the development of 3,240 sqm of industrial buildings with 480 sqm of offices and open storage. The pre-commencement conditions on the 2006 permission were subsequently discharged and the planning permission was initiated in 2008 which provides an extant permission.

ASAP

2 Years prior to start

2

No

N/A

Yes

Form ID: 40546
Respondent: Fisher German LLP

Land to the east of Haverhill Road, Stapleford

47

Site 40546 map

The site comprises agricultural land.

N/A

N/A

Greenfield

A proposed stop/station on the route of the proposed Mass Rapid Transit link between a new Park & Ride facility near the A11 and the Cambridge Biomedical Campus (Phase 2 of the Cambridge South East Transport project) is proposed to be located in the western corner of the site (adjacent to Haverhill Road). The landowner wishes to make the Council aware that their wider landholding is also available for development. It is proposed that the site or part of it could deliver a mixed-use development, comprising new dwellings and other uses, in proximity to a proposed station on the Transit route.

Market and affordable housing, Key worker housing, Employment (B1) office, Employment (B1b) research and development, Employment (B1c) light industrial, Employment (B2) general industrial, Employment (B8) storage and distribution, Employment (other)

Public open space

The proposed development could provide new housing that will assist in meeting housing need in the area. The site also has potential to incorporate a range of uses including employment and community uses which would be of benefit to the local area. The proposal will be able to support the continued viability of the facilities in Stapleford and nearby Shelford.

Assuming a net developable area of 70% and 30 dwellings per hectare, the site could deliver circa 987 dwellings. However, it is noted that a lower number of dwellings and a smaller site area may be considered more appropriate as the site lies on the edge of a village.

Yes (Please give details)

Vehicular access to the western edge of the site is currently achieved via Haverhill Road. This access is currently used by farm-vehicles and would be unsuitable for a new development. Therefore, it is envisaged that a new access will serve future development.

No

There are no known topographical or physical constraints to development.

Yes (Please give details)

The Flood Map for Planning identifies that the site is in Flood Zone 1 (Low Probability of Flooding). There are no known contamination issues relevant to the site. No heritage assets are located within or adjacent to the site. There are no statutory ecological designations that could affect the potential to deliver development on the site.

The site is adjacent to the built-up residential expanse of Stapleford. Therefore, it is not anticipated that access to utilities will be a constraint.

Next 5 years

The site is within the Green Belt and therefore protected by local and national policy and would need to be released through a Green Belt and Local Plan Review. Should the site be released from the Green Belt in the emerging Local Plan, it would be immediately available for development.

Enquiries received

There is market interest in the site

The site is in one landownership and there are no known covenants, long tenures or ransom strips.

N/A

Depending on timescales of the Greater Cambridge Local Plan, outline planning permission could be achieved in the year the plan is adopted, which is currently estimated as the Summer of 2023.

No

There are no known abnormal costs which could affect the viability of the site.

Yes

Form ID: 40547
Respondent: Fisher German LLP

Land east of Cambridge Road, Sawston

53.5

Site 40547 map

The site comprises predominantly agricultural land. A small area to the south of the site comprising former agricultural buildings associated with Deal Farm is currently being converted for commercial uses (B1c Light Industrial and B8 Storage). Construction of the commercial uses is ongoing.

N/A

S/2372/16/FL - Change of Use of Agricultural Buildings to Flexible B1 and B8 uses, involving an element of Demolition, Alterations to Building, Parking Area and Widening of Access – Approved 10/03/2017 It is noted that there is a historic (pre year 2000) planning application on the southern portion of the site for residential development, public open space and a relief road S/1059/97/O. No planning application documents are available online however it is understood that it was withdrawn in October 1997.

Predominantly Greenfield.

Part of the land subject to this submission (along the line of the Dismantled Railway) has been identified as forming part of the route of the proposed Mass Rapid Transit link between a new Park & Ride facility near the A11 and the Cambridge Biomedical Campus (Phase 2 of the Cambridge South East Transport project). Whilst the route is still to be finalised, its delivery will create a strong defensible new boundary to the land and therefore a logical location for future residential development. The landowner therefore wants to make the Council aware that their land is available for development. It is proposed that the site will deliver a residential led, mixed use development, delivering new dwellings in a location which benefit from enhanced access to Cambridge as a result of the proposed Transit Link, which will feature a new station at Sawston and Stapleford.

Market and affordable housing, Key worker housing

Public open space

The proposed development will provide new housing that will assist in meeting housing need in the area. The site is located in an area that is well supported by a number of services and facilities. The proposal will be able to support these facilities and enhance the vitality of Sawston Village Centre and other high streets in the locality. The site has potential to incorporate a range of uses including employment and community uses which would be of benefit to the local area.

The land outlined in red measures approx. 53.5 ha. Assuming a net developable area of 70% of the site area and 30 dwellings per hectare, the site could deliver circa 1,123 dwellings. However, it is noted that a lower number of dwellings and a smaller site area may be considered more appropriate given the site lies on the edge of a village, and to ensure an appropriate buffer between Sawston and Stapleford. There is scope for other uses to be incorporated into the site, however the extent of these would be discussed with the Council.

Yes (Please give details)

Vehicular access off Cambridge Road is currently achieved via the southern corner of the site. It is envisaged that a future development on the site will be served via a new access onto Cambridge Road.

No

There are no known topographical or physical constraints to development.

Yes (Please give details)

The site adjoins a Waste Water Treatment Works however it is considered that with appropriate mitigation, and an appropriate buffer between this use and the proposed development, this will not constrain development of the site. Whilst it is noted that the site is within a Waste Water Treatment Works Safeguarding Area, Policy CS31 of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Minerals and Waste Core Strategy states that planning permission can be granted within these areas when it has been demonstrated that the proposed development would not be adversely affected by the continued operation of the existing wastewater treatment works. Where development is proposed within the safeguarding area, Policy CS31 requires the provision of an odour assessment report. An odour assessment report will be prepared to support the ongoing promotion of the site. The Flood Map for Planning identifies that the site is in Flood Zone 1 (Low Probability of Flooding). There are no known contamination issues relevant to the site. No heritage assets are located within or adjacent to the site. Dernford Fen SSSI is located 400m south west of the site – this is not considered to be a constraint to development. An ecology assessment will be undertaken to identify appropriate mitigation.

The site is adjacent to the built-up residential expanse of Sawston and there are existing buildings within the boundary of the site. Therefore, it is not anticipated that access to utilities will be a constraint.

Next 5 years

The site is within the Green Belt and therefore protected by local and national policy and would need to be released through a Green Belt and Local Plan Review. Should the site be released from the Green Belt in the emerging Local Plan, it would be immediately available for development.

Enquiries received

There is market interest in the site

The site is in one land ownership and there are no known covenants, long tenures or ransom strips.

N/A

Depending on timescales of the Greater Cambridge Local Plan, outline planning permission could be achieved in the year the plan is adopted, which is currently estimated as the Summer of 2023.

No

There are no known abnormal costs which could affect the viability of the site.

Yes

Form ID: 40548
Respondent: Bletsoes

Land to west of Wilingham

2.04

Site 40548 map

Agriculture

N/A

N/A

Greenfield

Residential

Market and affordable housing, Key worker housing, Older persons housing, Custom or self build housing, Other forms of housing

Nothing chosen

Being within close proximity to the High Street of Willingham, this sustainable form of development has the potential to provide a housing mix catering for both the market and affordable dwellings. The land is a logical extension to Bourney’s Manor Close and is well related to the built form of the settlement.

up to 65 dwellings

No answer given

No

works required

No

No answer given

Yes (Please give details)

Flood Zone 2/3 Proposed mitigation is yet to be confirmed

We are not aware of any constraints but can make further investigations once we receive confirmation that the site is being considered within the new Local Plan as a potential housing allocation. Given the site is bordered by residential development on two fronts, we would expect there to be minimal complications in providing utilities and services to the site.

No

Further investigation required - To our knowledge, the site is not crossed by any key pipelines or pylons.

Available now

No answer given

None

Strong market area

No

No

N/A

2020

2023

3

No

No answer given

Yes

Form ID: 40549
Respondent: Bletsoes

Land off Bourney's Manor Close, Willingham

1.95

Site 40549 map

Garden and amenity land

N/A

A number of historic applications.

Greenfield

Residential

Market and affordable housing, Key worker housing, Older persons housing, Custom or self build housing, Other forms of housing

Public open space, Community facilities, Recreation and leisure

Being within close proximity to the High Street of Willingham, this sustainable form of development has the potential to provide a housing mix catering for both the market and affordable dwellings. The land is well related to the built form of Willingham and would form a logical extension to Bourney’s Manor Close, providing much needed housing provisions

up to 50 units

No answer given

Yes (Please give details)

Access of Bourneys manor close. Requires work to access points.

No

No answer given

Yes (Please give details)

Flood zones 2/3 on western edge of site. Majority of site is flood zone 1

We are not aware of any constraints but can make further investigations once we receive confirmation that the site is being considered within the new Local Plan as a potential housing allocation. Given the site is bordered by residential development on two fronts, we would expect there to be minimal complications in providing utilities and services to the site.

No

further investigations needed - To our knowledge, the site is not crossed by any key pipelines or pylons.

Available now

No answer given

Enquiries received

strong market area.

No

No

N/A

2019/2020

2022/2023

2-3 years

No

No answer given

Yes

Form ID: 40550
Respondent: Strutt and Parker
Agent: Strutt and Parker

Land between A428 and St Neots Road, Hardwick

1.4

Site 40550 map

Derelict scrubland

N/A

S/2409/16/OL - 3 No. rental B1 & B8 use class units, with associated onsite car parking provision;

Greenfield

Proposed technology innovation centre with ancillary facilities including car parking and landscaping.

Employment (B1) office, Employment (B1b) research and development, Employment (B1c) light industrial, Employment (B8) storage and distribution

Nothing chosen

Outside the Greenbelt. The introduction of an employment site on the western side of Cambridge. The site would be well related in terms of accessibility to the surrounding settlements. Potential for the site to connect with the route of the C2C busway which includes cycle and pedestrian access provision.

2000 sq metres of employment floorspace

Yes (Please give details)

There is enough scope along the southern boundary of the site to accommodate a suitable vehicular access point into the site and the site benefits from good visibility along St Neots Road. Pedestrian and cycle links can be made at points which are convenient for local residents.

No

The site is relatively flat

Yes (Please give details)

In terms of flood risk, the site is not within a Flood Zone. The site is not within a designated wildlife site or site of ecological importance. The historic use of the site for the storage of construction material and equipment is unlikely to have caused any significant contamination. The site is not located within close proximity to any heritage assets. Surface water flood mitigation measures will be included for any development. Preliminary assessments will be carried out prior to the submission of any planning application.

The site is located adjacent to existing dwellings and a petrol filling station. Good access is available to existing Utilities. A utilities survey shall be carried out to demonstrate this.

Available now

The site is a sterile parcel of land which is ready to be redeveloped to delivery a high quality technology innovation park that would bring significant benefits to the area.

Site is under option by a developer

Outside the Green Belt; On the western side of Cambridge; Adjacent to existing settlements and on the edge of a new major housing allocation; Along the route of the C2C busway. Paragon Land and Estates are committed to the early development of the site and have the funding available to develop the site.

No

End of 2020

2022

2

No

N/A

Yes

Form ID: 40551
Respondent: Kodiak Land

Land off Station Road, Over, CB24 5NW

3.46

Site 40551 map

Vacant

N/A

S/4290/17/OL

Greenfield

Residential development with public open space, landscaping and sustainable drainage system

Market and affordable housing, Custom or self build housing

Public open space

Kodiak would be willing to make CIL-compliant contributions towards improvements to local infrastructure. The development could provide: market housing; affordable housing; construction employment; increased household expenditure in the local area, supporting local services and facilities; publicly accessible formal and informal open space; enhancements to biodiversity through new planting and delivery of green infrastructure.

65

Yes (Please give details)

The site would be accessed off New Road. It was demonstrated through planning application ref. S/4290/17/OL that visibility splays can be achieved on either side of the main proposed access.

No

Yes (Please give details)

The site is served by all key utility infrastructure along Station Road and New Road. There is an existing high voltage electricity cable which crosses the site however this would be undergrounded as part of any future development.

Available now

There is a Promotion Agreement in place with the landowners to promote the land for residential development.

Based on our experience in the Cambridgeshire area, we would anticipate strong interest from housebuilders in this area. Kodiak has well-established connections with both national and regional housebuilders.

No known constraints

N/A

First completions 2 years following grant of outline planning permission

4 Years

2

No

N/A

Yes

Form ID: 40552
Respondent: Abbey Properties Cambridgeshire Limited
Agent: Abbey Properties Cambridgeshire Limited

Land at and to the rear of Nos. 30 and 32 New Road and to the east of the recreation ground, Over

2.9

Site 40552 map

2 x bungalows, paddock and open land

Residential

S/1279/18/FL

Mixture

Residential development with open space

Market and affordable housing, Key worker housing, Older persons housing, Residential care home, Custom or self build housing

Public open space

Public Open Space

44 dwellings as per Planning Application S/1279/18/FL

Yes (Please give details)

See drawing number JNY9037-02

No

See planning statement

Yes (Please give details)

See Flood Risk Assessment, Preliminary Ecological Assessment, Species Surveys, Tree Survey Report and Arboricultural Impact Assessment and Foul Sewerage and Utilities Assessment

See Foul Sewerage and Utilities Assessment

Available now

Limited demolition is required - otherwise the site is free of constraints.

Site is under option by a developer

Very attractive owing to the location of the site within the village and the desirability of the village given the transport links

No

No

2020

2021

2

Yes

Yes

Yes

Form ID: 40553
Respondent: Roebuck Land and Planning Ltd
Agent: Roebuck Land and Planning Ltd

Land off Cambridge Road, Gt Shelford (OPTION 2)

3

Site 40553 map

Grass

N/A

S/2104/06/F & APP/W0530/A/07/2050690 - An application for 76 affordable homes was refused in January 2007 and was later dismissed on appeal in April 2008. Main issues were the inclusion of 3 storey elements and impact upon countryside/distance to village facilities. The application documents provide context for the site and confirmation that there were no technical objections to the development of this site for housing at the time of the appeal determination. S/0079/12/FUL - an application for 25 affordable homes was withdrawn in April 2015. Similarly, the application documents demonstrate that there are no known technical constraints to development.

Greenfield

The site is available and suitable for residential development. This takes into account the nature of the surrounding land uses - being bordered by existing houses on 3 sides. Option 2 - Drawing Sketch 07-08-2015: residential development comprising a mix of residential homes (circa 90 homes) and a care home/older persons living accommodation (circa 60 bed spaces)

Market and affordable housing, Key worker housing, Older persons housing, Residential care home

Public open space

The Site is ideally located to meet the identified needs of the local residents: Affordable Housing: Using the latest Gt Shelford Village Housing Needs Survey (March 2017) prepared by Acre, there was an identified requirement for 97 affordable homes to meet current and immediate housing need in Great Shelford. This site could contribute significantly towards providing a high proportion of that need as part of a housing development. For example, at 120 units, 40% provision of affordable housing would be 48 homes to meet identified need. Older persons accommodation: Great Shelford differs from the district and county profiles in two key respects, one being a higher proportion of older people (75+). The Acre study identified other housing needs from owner occupiers requiring an alternative form of accommodation for downsizing and/or single level living. The options put forward for the site include a 60 bed care home (Use Class C2) or Older Persons accommodation (C3). Key Worker: The Site benefits from being in close proximity to Addenbrookes and is also ideally placed to deliver some Key Worker housing as part of its affordable housing mix (see attached Local Accessibility Plan)

120-150 homes depending on final unit mix. Sketch layout 07-08-2015 demonstrates potential layout options.

Yes (Please give details)

Please see attached access plans for an improved junction arrangement. Access Plan 1602-25-SK01 and TPA Transport Summary Note included. Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Services has concluded that the access is suitable to serve this level of development in principle.

No

No constraint - level site

Yes (Please give details)

The Site has been the subject of previous planning applications - no technical constraints were shown to exist at the time. No significant change in the on-site use or local circumstances to suggest that the position has since changed. Refer to applications S/2104/12 and S/0079/12 for supporting evidence to show how the site can be developed without environmental constraints. Ground Condition report by KEL attached. Suitable for housing development. Refer to section K for summary

All utilities required to serve the development are present in locality and suitable connections can be made. No on-site constraints.

Next 5 years

The Site is available for development now. It can be delivered within 2-3 years post adoption - by 2027

Site is under option by a developer

This site is within a strong residential market area where there is continued demand for a range of house types, sizes and tenures. This is evidenced by the interest from the developer partner, Hill Residential. Great Shelford is a desirable village with access to public transport and key amenities. Jobs and other key services are located in close proximity to Great Shelford and are easily accessible by walking, cycling and public transport. There is strong demand for development in this location

None. The land is held in a single ownership and can be released for development without encumbrances. It is relevant that number 125 Cambridge Road is owned by Hill Residential.

N/A

2024 onwards

2027

2-3 Years from Adoption of Local Plan

No

N/A - site could start to deliver housing following the grant of an implementable planning permission.

Yes

Form ID: 40554
Respondent: Cheffins
Agent: Cheffins

Land at South of Horseheath Road, Linton, CB21 4NA

6.57

Site 40554 map

Agricultural Land

Not Applicable

There is no recent planning history for the site, however, adjoining land to the south and west have both been recently subject to planning permissions as detailed below: Land immediately to the south: •Outline permission approved for up to 55 dwellings houses approved 1st September 2017 (ref: S/1963/15/OL); and •Reserved Matters application for 55 dwellings was submitted 28th June 2018 (ref: S/2487/18/RM). Land immediately to the west: •S/3405/17/OL: Outline planning permission granted for up to 42 dwellings on the 14th March 2018.

Greenfield Land

Erection of 120 dwellings (approx.) to include an appropriate provision of affordable housing, associated access, public open space and landscaping

Market and affordable housing

Public open space

The benefits of the proposed development are wide-ranging and will promote the social, economic and environmental objectives of the National Planning Policy Framework. The site is located in a highly sustainable location, adjacent to existing services and facilities and will seek to promote the delivery of housing and continued economic growth in the region. In particular, development of the site will: Deliver further family housing including affordable; Provide mixed house-types; Provide housing close to local employment, transport routes and planned sustainable transport corridors; and Provide potential for significant public open space.

At this initial stage we consider that the site has capacity for approximately 120 dwellings based on 30dph over 6.57ha @ 60% site coverage. The proposed density of development, 30dph, is in keeping with the surrounding character of both existing and proposed dwellings as well as with generous open space and appropriate landscaping

Yes (Please give details)

Vehicular access to/from the site would be taken from Horseheath Road, via a new priority junction to the north of the site. The new access would logically be located at about a mid-point of the northern boundary on Horseheath Road. A public right of way also connects the site to Barlow Road for pedestrians to the south

No

There are no significant constraints at the site, which could prevent residential development being delivered.

No

There are no significant constraints at the site, which could prevent residential development being delivered. We have outlined other constraints which may need to be considered when developing the site. Biodiversity - The site is an arable field and in itself, does not appear to have any biodiversity value. This would be subject to an assessment as part of any planning application and any development at the site would have the potential to enhance biodiversity at and adjacent to the site. Contaminated land - The site comprises greenfield land, which is unlikely to be contaminated. Flood risk and drainage - The site is in Flood Zone 1, which is at the lowest risk of flooding (Appendix 3). As such, residential development is appropriate in this location. Any planning application would be accompanied by a Drainage Strategy which would outline how surface and foul water would be managed. Given the levels of the site it is envisaged that a surface water balancing pond may be needed in the north western corner of the site and this can form a part of a wider landscaped open space. Heritage - The site is not located adjacent to any heritage assets, including listed buildings or conservation areas, which could restrict the scope and extent of development at the site. Any development at the site may need to be accompanied by an archaeological assessment, but there is no reason to believe that this could limit or prevent development at the site.

No

The site is located adjacent to the existing development framework for Linton and it is considered that connections can be made to existing services – including electricity, gas, sewerage, telecommunications and water. The site is not crossed by pylons/telegraph poles and we do not believe that the site is crossed by a pipeline or similar.

Available now

The site is within the control of the promoter

Site is under option by a developer

Very good. Given the character and nature of the site, we do not consider that there would be any issues associated with viability or deliverability of the site.

None known

Not applicable

2020

2025

5

No

Not applicable

Yes

Form ID: 40555
Respondent: Savills UK Ltd
Agent: Savills UK Ltd

Cockerton Road, Girton

0.631

Site 40555 map

Agriculture

Greenfield

Residential Development of approximately 15 dwellings.

Market and affordable housing

Nothing chosen

It is considered that the Councils should look at this opportunity to secure much need new market housing (including affordable housing) in this sustainable location in one of the better served villages which has good public transport and cycling links into Cambridge.

Yes (Please give details)

The site is bound to the west by Cockerton Road where there is existing residential development from where the access would be sought.

No

Yes (Please give details)

The majority of the site lies within a chalk, sand and gravel Mineral Safeguarding Area. The site is not subject to any other policy, ecological or landscape designations. The site lies entirely within Flood Zone 1; the least risk of flooding and where development should be directed. There are no heritage assets on the site, however, Grade I Listed St Andrew’s Church and Grade II Listed ’21 and 23 Cambridge Road’ lies to the south of the 3 site. There is no known contamination at the site.

No

Whilst key utilities are not present at the site, these can be secured at a later stage.

Available now

None

Girton is identified in the adopted Cambridge Local Plan (2018) as a Minor Rural Centre where residential schemes of up to 30 dwellings will be Permitted. Therefore, this site identifies itself as a sustainable location for residential development. The site is located in close proximity to a number of facilities and services including the village shop, primary school, employment opportunities and public house. There are a number of community and leisure facilities in Girton. Less than 150m from the site lies a bus stop which provides a regular bus service into Cambridge City Centre. There are also footpaths and cycleways along Huntingdon Road which offer a sustainable method of transport into the City. It is considered that the Councils should look at this opportunity to secure much need new market housing (including affordable housing) in this sustainable location in one of the better served villages which has good public transport and cycling links into Cambridge. A review of Green Belt boundaries is consequently required a part of the plan review and in such a context the site is considered appropriate for new residential development.

None

N/A

2023

2024

1

No

Yes

Form ID: 40556
Respondent: Cheffins
Agent: Cheffins

Dataracks, Stagwood House, Beach Road, Cottengham, CB24 8FP

3

Site 40556 map

Industrial use and agricultural land

N/A

Planning permission was granted for expansion of the existing industrial site in 2000 and this has now lapsed (Ref: s/1264/99F). That permission included extension of the existing premises and a large car park/yard, including the necessary HGV circulation space, which extended into the open agricultural land to the north of the existing buildings. The 2000 permission was renewed in 2005.

Mix of developed land and grass fields.

Industrial use of whole site: B1/B2 uses.

Employment (B1b) research and development, Employment (B1c) light industrial, Employment (B2) general industrial, Employment (B8) storage and distribution, Employment (other)

Nothing chosen

Local jobs, in medium tech sector, close to an expanded Cottenham given the level of future growth the village will see. In addition, some small scale employment uses are or will be displaced by residential development and these occupiers could relocate to Beach Road to retain local employment.

The undeveloped part of the site amounts to some 2.8ha. In theory this area could potentially accommodate some 12,000 sqm of further business use development assuming single storey industrial development.

Yes (Please give details)

There are two existing access points onto Beach Road from the land in question. If the whole site were to be developed for B uses (in addition to the existing developed area) then it is likely that a new improved access would be required. It is understood that the permission granted in the past involved such an access at the western end of the site and hence has already been endorsed (albeit in 2000, renewed in 2005 ) by the Highway Authority under Permission s/1264/99F and again under s/0694/05F.

No

Yes (Please give details)

Services available within Beach Road. The site is not affected by any key utility such a pipeline or pylons. There is a is a low level voltage electricity line crossing the site and this can easily be diverted or placed underground.

Available now

The main area of the proposed land is available now, it is relatively unconstrained and it is in single ownership. In addition, the District Council has previously granted planning permission for a new access, extension of the existing industrial buildings and a car park/yard extending into the adjacent agricultural land.

Site owned by a developer

The current main occupier (Dataracks) wishes to expand on site via additional buildings and, in addition, there is ample land available to accommodate other similar uses. It is a quiet, attractive location and relatively easy to access in traffic terms. The site is easily accessible from Cottenham.

No

The past planning permissions (s/1264/99F and s/0694/05F) were not implemented due to changing economic circumstances at that time (2005) and the company focussing on its core business. Those circumstances are now different and the growth scenario is very much back on the agenda.

2020

2021

1

No

N/A

Yes

Form ID: 40557
Respondent: Mr Ben Pridgeon
Agent: Mr Ben Pridgeon

Land to north of Station Road West and east of Duxford Road, Whittlesford

8.07

Site 40557 map

Agricultural land

Not applicable

Not applicable

Greenfield land

Erection of approximately 250 dwellings to include access, public open space and andscaping

Market and affordable housing, Custom or self build housing

Public open space

The benefits of the proposed development are wide-ranging and will promote the social, economic and environmental objectives of the National Planning Policy Framework. The site is located adjacent to existing services and facilities and will seek to promote the delivery of housing and continued economic growth in the region.

The site was promoted in the Council’s call for sites consultation in 2012 and was assessed by the Council under site 271 (Land adjacent to Station Road and Duxford Road). This comprised the promotion of the entirety of the land (8.07 hectares) for up to 250 dwellings, with associated industrial use. This assessment assumed a density of 31 dwellings per hectare (250/8.07). Based on this density, we consider that the site could accommodate the following number of dwellings: • Site 1: 35 dwellings (1.11 x 31); • Site 2: 250 dwellings (8.07 x 31). We consider this density to be appropriate for an edge-of-village location and in line with the Council’s previous assessment of the site. This would be a net density and would allow for infrastructure such as access, landscaping, open space and any necessary mitigation measures. We suggest that any planning policy which relates to residential allocation at the site makes it clear that this is an indicative capacity and that this capacity should be informed by a masterplanning exercise.

Yes (Please give details)

Vehicular access to/from the site would be taken from the ‘reserved’ access through the land subject to permission S/0746/15/OL. This application was made in outline with all matters reserved and the details/specification of the access would be confirmed through a reserved matters application. The road would be built to adoptable standards and it is reasonable to assume that at least 35 dwellings (Site 1) could be served via this access. Whilst construction of the development has not yet commenced, the Council should note that permission was only granted in August 2018. However, it is reasonable to assume that the site could be implemented within 18 months and the access put in place at this point in time. The 2012 SHLAA assessment concluded that access issues associated with site 271 could not be mitigated as safe highway access could not be provided to/from the site. Clearly matters have changed in the intervening tine, with the option to serve any development off Station Road West and with the potential for additional access off Duxford Road.

No

The site is flat with no significant changes in levels. This means that development would not be revented in whole or part.

No

The site is an arable field and in itself, does not appear to have any biodiversity value. This would be subject to an assessment as part of any planning application and any development at the site would have the potential to enhance biodiversity at and adjacent to the site. The site comprises greenfield land, which is unlikely to be contaminated. The site is in Flood Zone 1, which is at the lowest risk of flooding. As such, residential development is appropriate in this location. Any planning application would be accompanied by a Drainage Strategy which would outline how surface and foul water would be managed. The site is not located adjacent to any heritage assets, including Listed buildings or conservation areas, which could restrict the scope and extent of development at the site. Any development at the site may need to be accompanied by an archaeological assessment, but there is no reason to believe that this could limit or prevent development at the site. We consider that the assessment of site 271 in the Council’s SHLAA assessment, to contain conflicting messages. It is clear that the site is not in an especially exposed location. It is bounded on the east, south and western sides by built development which gives it a strongly defined boundary. The site is bounded on the north by a hedgerow, which gives some definition and sense of enclosure. The Council’s 2012 assessment of the entire site states that: “The land in question lies to the west of Whittlesford Station and former goods yard. It is bounded on two sides by existing housing and on a third by the railway line itself.” We do not consider there would be any significant adverse impact on the countryside setting and Green Belt as a result of the development of Site (1). This forms a proportionate development and comprises infill development between existing built form. We would also take issues with the Council’s previous assessment of the site and do not consider that it would have a significant adverse impact on the character and setting of the site and wider area. The site is strongly bounded on all sides, with the exception of the north. This provides a defensible boundary and development of the wider site would provide an extension of the built form. The public open space could be located in the northern part of the site, thereby mitigating any impact on the openness of the Green Belt and the character and setting of the wider countryside.

No

The site is located adjacent to the existing development framework for Whittlesford Bridge and it is considered that connections can be made to existing services – including electricity, gas, sewerage, telecommunications and water. The wider site is crossed by a 48Kv electricity transmission line crosses the property, but this could be diverted as part of development at the site

Available now

The site is within sole ownership and is actively being promoted for residential development. Therefore, it is available for development now. We consider that Whittlesford is an attractive place to live and has a buoyant housing market. As such, we consider that a developer could easily be found to deliver the site. We are not aware of any legal constraints which could delay or prohibit development.

Enquiries received

Very good

None known

Not applicable

2020

2025

5

No

Not applicable

Yes

Form ID: 40558
Respondent: Mr Ben Pridgeon
Agent: Mr Ben Pridgeon

Land at Maarnford Farm, Hunts Road, Duxford

1

Site 40558 map

Agricultural land

Not applicable

Not Applicable

Greenfield Land

Erection of approximately 250 dwellings to include access, public open space and landscaping

Market and affordable housing, Custom or self build housing

Public open space

The benefits of the proposed development are wide-ranging and will promote the social, economic and environmental objectives of the National Planning Policy Framework. The site is located adjacent to existing services and facilities and will seek to promote the delivery of housing and continued economic growth in the region.

The site was promoted in the Council’s call for sites consultation in 2012 and was assessed by the Council under site 271 (Land adjacent to Station Road and Duxford Road). This comprised the promotion of the entirety of the land (8.07 hectares) for up to 250 dwellings, with associated industrial use. This assessment assumed a density of 31 dwellings per hectare (250/8.07). Based on this density, we consider that the site could accommodate the following number of dwellings: • Site 1: 35 dwellings (1.11 x 31); • Site 2: 250 dwellings (8.07 x 31).

Yes (Please give details)

Vehicular access to/from the site would be taken from the ‘reserved’ access through the land subject to permission S/0746/15/OL. This application was made in outline with all matters reserved and the details/specification of the access would be confirmed through a reserved matters application. The road would be built to adoptable standards and it is reasonable to assume that at least 35 dwellings (Site 1) could be served via this access. Whilst construction of the development has not yet commenced, the Council should note that permission was only granted in August 2018. However, it is reasonable to assume that the site could be implemented within 18 months and the access put in place at this point in time. The 2012 SHLAA assessment concluded that access issues associated with site 271 could not be mitigated as safe highway access could not be provided to/from the site. Clearly matters have changed in the intervening tine, with the option to serve any development off Station Road West and with the potential for additional access off Duxford Road.

No

The site is flat with no significant changes in levels. This means that development would not be prevented in whole or part.

No

The site is an arable field and in itself, does not appear to have any biodiversity value. This would be subject to an assessment as part of any planning application and any development at the site would have the potential to enhance biodiversity at and adjacent to the site. The site comprises greenfield land, which is unlikely to be contaminated. The site is in Flood Zone 1, which is at the lowest risk of flooding. As such, residential development is appropriate in this location. Any planning application would be accompanied by a Drainage Strategy which would outline how surface and foul water would be managed. The site is not located adjacent to any heritage assets, including Listed buildings or conservation areas, which could restrict the scope and extent of development at the site. Any development at the site may need to be accompanied by an archaeological assessment, but there is no reason to believe that this could limit or prevent development at the site. We consider that the assessment of site 271 in the Council’s SHLAA assessment, to contain conflicting messages. It is clear that the site is not in an especially exposed location. It is bounded on the east, south and western sides by built development which gives it a strongly defined boundary. The site is bounded on the north by a hedgerow, which gives some definition and sense of enclosure. The Council’s 2012 assessment of the entire site states that: “The land in question lies to the west of Whittlesford Station and former goods yard. It is bounded on two sides by existing housing and on a third by the railway line itself.” We do not consider there would be any significant adverse impact on the countryside setting and Green Belt as a result of the development of Site (1). This forms a proportionate development and comprises infill development between existing built form. We would also take issues with the Council’s previous assessment of the site and do not consider that it would have a significant adverse impact on the character and setting of the site and wider area. The site is strongly bounded on all sides, with the exception of the north. This provides a defensible boundary and development of the wider site would provide an extension of the built form. The public open space could be located in the northern part of the site, thereby mitigating any impact on the openness of the Green Belt and the character and setting of the wider countryside.

No

The site is located adjacent to the existing development framework for Whittlesford Bridge and it is considered that connections can be made to existing services – including electricity, gas, sewerage, telecommunications and water. The wider site is crossed by a 48Kv electricity transmission line crosses the property, but this could be diverted as part of development at the site

Next 5 years

The site is within the ownership of the promoter

Enquiries received

We consider that Whittlesford is an attractive place to live and has a buoyant housing market. As such, we consider that a developer could easily be found to deliver the site.

None known

Not applicable

2020

2025

5

No

Not applicable

Yes

Form ID: 40560
Respondent: Sworders

Land adjacent to Bassingbourn Nr Royston Hertfordshire

2.39

Site 40560 map

Agricultural

n/a

None

Cultivated agricultural field

Housing

Market and affordable housing

Public open space

Additional housing (including affordable) adjacent to Bassingbourn Primary School and Bassingbourn Village College. The site is well related to the village boundary and other village services: - Bassingbourn Primary School: 100 metres -Bassingbourn Village College: 700 metres - Bassingbourn High Street: 400 metres - Nearest bus stop: 300 metres

Total number of dwellings: 52 At a density of 22dph, of which a proportion will be affordable. The landowners own further land (as marked by the blue line on the enclosed plan) and are happy to discuss options relating to the extent of the land considered and the density.

No answer given

Yes (Please give details)

Vehicular access from Brook Road

No

No answer given

No

The land is bordered to the east by a Flood Zone 3 area however this does not affect or encroach onto the land in question.

No answer given

No

The site does not currently have access to services however service connections are located in close proximity.

Available now

No answer given

None

Attractive to the market - the site is relatively level with good access and well related to the village and village amenities. There are no known constraints on the site.

No

No

N/a

As soon as possible

No answer given

No answer given

No

No answer given

Yes

Form ID: 40561
Respondent: Eclipse Planning Services

Wedd Joinery, 84 Duxford Road, Whittlesford

0.35

Site 40561 map

Joinery workshop

N/A

S/0029/19/FL - Proposed demolition of existing factory premises and construction of 7 dwellings and associated infrastructure, including access, parking, landscaping and ancillary works (Refused 10 July 2019) S/1541/82/F - Extension to form timber store (Approved 1982) S/0700/75/F - Extension to factory building (Approved 1975) SC/0367/69/D - Replacement of existing structures to provide new office and workshop (Approved 1969)

Previously developed

Demolition of existing workshops and the erection of 7 dwellings

Market and affordable housing

Nothing chosen

Removal of an employment use that has an adverse effect on residential amenity by virtue of noise, dust and disturbance from plant and machinery. Opportunity to improve the openness of the Green Belt.

Planning application S/0029/19/FL demonstrates that 7 dwellings can be accommodated on the site without there being a greater impact on the openness of the Green Belt.

No answer given

Yes (Please give details)

Vehicular access is available from Duxford Road. No improvements or additional access is required.

No

No answer given

Yes (Please give details)

The site is in Flood Zone 1 and the Green Belt. There are no heritage or biodiversity constraints. A Phase 1 contamination assessment has been carried out and recommends further intrusive (Phase II) investigations which will identify any necessary remediation measures. A Flood Risk Assessment, Transport Assessment, Arboricultural Impact Assessment, Preliminary Ecological Appraisal, Noise Survey and Phase I Environmental Desk Study were submitted with planning application S/0029/19/FL. Copies of these reports can be provided as necessary.

No answer given

No

The site is in an industrial use and is fully serviced. It is not crossed by or adjacent to any pipelines or pylons.

Next 5 years

Wedd Joinery's premises in Granta Terrace, Stapleford have the capacity to accommodate all staff from this site and it is therefore available, subject to planning.

None

It is expected that there would be considerable market interest.

No

No

No

2021

2021

1

No

N/A

Yes

Form ID: 40563
Respondent: Magenta Planning Ltd
Agent: Magenta Planning Ltd

Land South of New Road Guilden Morden

1.13

Site 40563 map

Agricultural land

n/a

1962 - Outline permission for bungalows or houses - refused SC/0025/62 1992 - 6 houses. Permission granted S/0522/92/F

No

C3 9residential Use)

Market and affordable housing, Key worker housing, Older persons housing, Other forms of housing

Retail

Refer to representations

25-30 units

No

No

No

No

To be investigated

Available now

Available and deliverable once planning permission granted

Site owned by a developer

High

No

N/A

Immediately after grant of planning permission

305 years after grant of planning permission

3-5 years

No

n/a

Form ID: 44108
Respondent: Mr Mark Lewis

A series of one-story council garages between 20 St. Matthews Street and the Blue Moon pub would be easy to redevelop into medium density housing. Parking could be retained if essential with 3-4 stories of apartments on top. This will add housing in a valuable central Cambridge location as well as provide extra local custom to the nearby shops and bakery.

No answer given

Site 44108 map

parking

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

housing

Market and affordable housing, Key worker housing, Other forms of housing

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Yes (Please give details)

No answer given

No

No answer given

No

No answer given

No answer given

No

No answer given

Available now

No answer given

Don't know

No answer given

No

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Form ID: 44365
Respondent: Mr Paul Lawrence

Butts Farm Malton Road Orwell Royston Herts SG8 5QR

3.67 ha

Site 44365 map

A combination of woodland, self storage facility, farm yard and grassland.

No answer given

S/1581/16/PN - Agricultural Building (deemed consent) S/2337/16/FL - Self Storage facility (approved) S/2275/17/FL - Farm workshop (approved) S/4740/18/OL - Rural workers dwelling (refused)

Mixture

Self Build housing on the Western side of the site and small industrial units on the Eastern Side with and area split of approx 35% housing and 65% industrial.

Custom or self build housing, Employment (B1c) light industrial, Employment (B8) storage and distribution

Nothing chosen

There is a shortage of small industrial units for up to 5 employees and craft skills workshops. This would tie in nicely with the self storage facility. There is also a list of over 600 people interested in sites to build their own home. This would be a nice counter to the boring boxes being built on the other side of the village and would create a greater diversity of housing styles, but being sympathetic to those adjacent to the site.

The amount of industrial floor space would depend on whether the units were one or two story. Assuming a mixture and allowing for parking 3500m2 of utilisable space. Sufficient for 20 small units. The number of plots for housing would be 6 to 8

None. This development as envisaged does NOT destroy any woodland on the site either.

Yes (Please give details)

There is current site access for the farm building and self storage which is suitable for the industrial use of the site (see planning application S/2337/16/FL for plan). The housing would be alongside Malton Road so would have access from the public highway.

No

None

No

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The site does have mains water, electricity and phone line. No sewerage connection. All utilities will need to be upgraded to allow for this development.

No

None

Available now

Given planning permission there is nothing to prevent development currently.

Enquiries received

I have not tried to market the site. I do have 2 people seriously interested in building their own homes on the site. It is a pleasant area on a quiet road with good communications to Cambridge and Royston. The industrial nature of the adjacent businesses and proximity to Cambridge make part of it ideal for small units. They will be predominantly hidden by the soil banks and hedges that already exist on the site.

No

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2021

2025

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Yes

Form ID: 44398
Respondent: Mrs Catriona Tuson

60 Beach Road Cottenham Cambridge CB24 8RG

1 approx

Site 44398 map

Residential and grazing land

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Greenfield

Residential development primarily affordable housing - 10 dwellings

Market and affordable housing

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Cottenham has been identified as a rural centre and has a number of facilities that make it suitable for growth. I would like this site to be considered as a possible part of a larger development area bounded by Brenda Gautrey Way to the north, Beach Road to the east and Short Drove to the south - map attached to this form. A large developer has expressed an interest in purchasing an option on the whole site as part of the larger area and I am considering that interest. The site is close to the centre of the village in a sustainable location with no heritage assets in, or nearby the site. There are no trees on the site. The site is in Flood Zone 1 and comprises agricultural land. Access to the site would be from Beach Road. The site is in the Greenbelt and outside the current Development Framework, however, it represents a sustainable site for expansion of the village. It is very close to the village centre and College and is within 800 m of the village centre. I would like to suggest that it is removed from the Greenbelt and that the Development Framework is extended to include it.

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None

Yes (Please give details)

Options exist on Beach Road.

No

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No

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Key utilities exist but would have to be reinforced to enable development.

No

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Next 5 years

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No

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