case study:
Former Peking Rendevous High Street Haddenham

Role: Developer
Objective: To obtain a planning permission that maximised the value of the site

Northland entered a subject to planning agreement with the sites owner. This was not a simple process as two other parties had previously entered such agreements and had not managed to deliver a planning consent which allowed them to meet the vendors aspirations of land value.

Northland engaged a local architect to develop a scheme that was in character with its setting but still delivered the best value to the site owner.

It was a difficult site, situated in a Conversation and abutting a listed building which was in a very fragile condition.Northland engaged in consultation with the Local Parish Council, and the charity that owned the adjoining listed building. We worked closely with the Council's Conservation Officer and the planners to develop an attractive scheme that was sensitive to its location Despite strong concerns being raised initially when the scheme was considered by the council's Planning Committee no objections were raised.

A Conservation Area Consent was obtained to demolish the existing building and redevelop the site to provide 6 detached and semi detached houses ranging from 2 bedroom to 4 bedrooms.  The vendors aspirations of land value was satisfied.

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