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Ala Road,Gwynedd,Pwllheli,Clwyd,LL53 5BL

POA £750,000



A fantastic development opportunity. In November 2010 Planning Permission was granted for 20 no. dwellings. Planning Application C10D/0247/45/AM. The Property is located in the centre of sea side town of PWLLHELI, close to all local eateries, Pwllheli Marina, Local Junior and Secondary School, all on your door step, this property would also be great a holiday let investment as well, the land in question covers approx 1.6Acres and will be presented as a demolished site on purchase.


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We understand that the property is freehold and is offered for sale with
vacant possession on completion.


Abersoch 6 miles;
Criccieth 8 miles.

This busy market town is the unofficial capital of the Llyn Peninsula which is one of the most scenic regions of Wales, renowned for its outstanding scenery, stunning coastal walks, excellent beaches and golf courses. This traditional seaside town offers a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants and an impressive marina holding 400 boats. The town boasts two beaches, one with the Blue Flag Award and is renowned for its sailing and watersports. Close by are Criccieth, with its medieval castle, and popular Abersoch, a pretty harbour town also renowned for its wonderful beaches and watersports facilities. Much of the peninsula is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a lot of the coastline is owned by the National Trust providing many remote bays, sandy beaches and exciting clifftop walks, as well as wildlife havens like Bardsey Island. Discover all of Snowdonia, the Isle of Anglesey, many medieval castles and N.T. properties and gardens, or simply relax in this beautiful part of Wales.

The Land is well defined with solid boundaries, the land measures approx 1.67acres, and will be presented to the buyer in question with no demolition work required.

All prospective purchasers should make their own enquiries over the Local
Planning Authority, Application number C10D/0247/45/AM ‐ At the
committee held on 22 November 2010, it was resolved to delegate powers
to the Planning Manager to approve the planning application for 20 houses
subject to the 106 agreement.

To delegate the right to the Planning Manager to approve the application subject to agreeing
on the parking provision and providing an open space on the site, agree on the construction
timetable of the affordable units, and signing an Agreement under Section 106 of the
Planning Act 1990 enforcing keeping the flood water storage voids and the provision of six
general local affordable need units – conditions – start time; submitting landscaping details
(reserved matters); act in accordance with the approved amended plan; materials, appearances
and surfaces within the site to be agreed; agree on and implement a plan regarding treating
the site boundaries; roads including agreeing upon and implementing a traffic calming
scheme; submitting the methodology and receiving the approval of the local planning
authority for demolishing the existing buildings before starting any work; the houses to meet
the Code for Sustainable Homes in order to ensure that each house approved is built to
achieve at least [Level 3] of the Sustainable Homes Code and achieve at least [6 credits]
under category ‘Ene1 – Dwelling Emission Rates’ in accordance with the requirements of the
Sustainable Homes Code – Technical Guidance. Prior to the occupation of the individual
houses, it will be required to submit the ‘Final Certificate’ of the Code for Sustainable Homes
to the Local Planning Authority that certifies that at least [Level 3] of the Code for
Sustainable Homes and at least [6 credits] are achieved under ‘Ene1 – Dwelling Emission
Rates’ for that individual house or that type of home in accordance with the requirements of
the Code for Sustainable Homes – Technical Guidance. Before the individual house is used,
a ‘Final Certificate’ of the Sustainable Homes Code will need to be submitted to the Local
Planning Authority which endorses that at least [Level 3] of the Sustainable Homes Code and
at least [6 credits] are achieved under ‘Ene1 – Dwelling Emission Rates’ for that house in
accordance with the requirements of the Sustainable Homes Code – Technical Guidance; any
ivy on external walls of the buildings to be cleared during the winter months (October to
February); that the slates on the roofs should be taken away by hand; and that any demolition
work is suspended immediately if presence of bats is found; any demolition work to be
suspended until the chicks have left the nests, should nests be found in the buildings;
conditions as suggested by Welsh Water; undertaking an archaeological survey; and any
other conditions considered relevant by the local planning authority.

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