As existing the subject site is mainly a hard surfaced car park with landscaped areas to boundaries. The site was originally granted outline planning permission for residential development however works to develop the site paused until archeological investigations took place to examine ground in line with a valum in connection with the Roman Wall route. This has been carried out with no findings and the site can now be developed subject to conditions. Site area approximately. 500m2
The subject site is located within a mixed use area on the corner of Field Terrace and Orchard Terrace at Throckley, Newcastle upon Tyne.
Throckley an established residential location with a variety of supporting businesses set around eight miles west of Newcastle city centre with access off the A69 and north of Newburn and the River Tyne.
Planning And Development
The site was originally granted outline planning permission on 3 October 2003 for the erection of a pair of semi detached houses.
Planning Reference 2003/1800/01/out.
As part of the planning permission the site was required to have an archeological survey carried out. This was duely carried out and it has been determined that there are no elements in the site of archeological interest.
As such, the site is ready for a renewed application for residential development. We are advised by our client that have had an indication that a scheme for a pair of semi detached houses or a block of three terraces may be considered subject to detail.
All enquiries in relation to potential development must be made to the local planning authority.
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