Sixteen significant-close new houses could be crafted on the web site of a dilapidated walled garden on the outskirts of Broughty Ferry.
Kirkwood Residences has submitted a setting up software to Dundee Town Council to develop the new a few, four and five bed room residences at the former Linlathen House’s walled garden.
The developer is presently making 150 new residences at Linlathen Grove, on the web page of the previous residence, exactly where the walled back garden, together with its extensive greenhouses and sheds, has fallen into a condition of disrepair.
In its style and design statement, the developer claimed: “The site was initially produced as the walled yard serving Linlathen Property.
“The residence has extensive since been demolished and changed by redevelopment.
“The website has thus historically been bodily characterised by its prior use.
“It is nevertheless clearly no extended expected or sensible for its past use and is semi-derelict.
“The web site consequently [is] somewhat dilapidated and can no more time serve its historic use, a previous use that has not been utilised for many years.
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“It is therefore a brownfield web-site that in principle is proper for redevelopment.”
Really should the proposals be approved by arranging bosses, the walled backyard would be wholly demolished and the 16 luxury properties, together with nine four-bedroom homes and 5 5-bedroom residences, built in its spot.
The style and design assertion suggests the development will be “distinctive, harmless and pleasurable, straightforward to transfer around, welcoming, adaptable and resource efficient”.
Kirkwood Properties has also said it will not provide affordable properties on the internet site on the other hand, simply because there is currently an over-supply of these in the Dundee location.
In its statement it extra: “The local improvement strategy has established the shipping and delivery of the housing offer target for Dundee metropolis at a ratio of 25% affordable properties to 75% current market households.
“The proposal is for 100% personal, large-stop market place housing and thus seeks to redress the present-day metropolis-huge imbalance, at this time around 50% social and 50% non-public current market housing, and aid in addressing the undersupply of market housing inside of the town.”
The proposals will now be regarded as by Dundee Town Council.