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dwellings. The proposed design seeks to achieve an additional floor matching the character of the area but of a contemporary design.
The existing site currently has a single storey bungalow with a rear extension and detached garage to the rear.
The proposal seeks to remove the existing garage and an integral garage would be created and located to the front of the extended dwelling.
Permission is sought for the removal of the garage block and the erection of three detached bungalows. These would have an overall height of approximately 5.4m and a mixture of brick, render and clay roof tiles as the external materials.
The proposed application seeks the approval to create a single storey dwelling within a pitched roof over to the rear of 262 Outwood Common Road. The proposed site would have an area of 462.2m2 which would achieve off road parking of 183.3m2, front amenity space of 45.3m2, a rear amenity space of 113.6m2 and a proposed footprint of 86.8m2.
The dwelling would then achieve an enclosed front amenity space which would provide access to the dwelling front door that is located centrally. The rear amenity space is then located within the north of the site which would also be enclosed by a public footpath and natural woodland.
The front entrance is location of the north elevation centrally within the property. On entering the property an open plan kitchen, dining and social living area is located to the south east section of the dwelling. This would have a set of bi-fold doors located to the north east elevation leading out onto the private amenity space. The dining area and kitchen will be located centrally and to the south east section on the building with combined floor area achieving 30 m2. The family bathroom would achieve disabled standards and be located adjacent the existing kitchen 8 containing all the utility in one area of the proposed dwelling. A corridor to the south elevation of the dwelling will the provided access to the two proposed bedrooms. High level windows will be located to the south elevation providing natural light and ventilation when desired. A double bedrooms will then be located onto the north west elevation of the site achieving a floor area of 15.6 m2 with a windows overlooking the front amenity space. The second bedroom is to be a single with a proposed floor area of 9.1m2.
The surrounding context comprises of two storey dwelling with an approximate ridge height of 8.5 metres. However the site is located at the lowest point within the surrounding context. The proposed ridge height of the dwelling is to be 4.6 metres in height with an eaves height of 2.8 metres.
Outwood Common Road comprises of a variation of material with the prominent being facing brick. In addition to the facing brick, render, cladding and hanging tiles with interlocking roof tiles. The surrounding driveways are made of concrete, tar mac, permeable paving or unbonded materials.
The intention is to create 6-bedroom 2 storey property with 3 gables and balcony to the front elevation and single-storey rear wrap-around with central courtyard and landscaping on the site.
The proposed design achieves Georgian period architecture to the front & flank elevations of the two-storey element and a contemporary style to the single-storey rear.