BUILDING LAND – RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT SITE WITH OUTLINE PLANNING PERMISSION for the erection of 27 dwellings, including 35% affordable provision, public open space and associated infrastructure. Overall site area some 1.3 hectares or thereabouts.
Building Land off Pennington Lane, Cross-A-Moor, Swarthmoor, Ulverston.
Swarthmoor is a small village near Ulverston, in Cumbria, located on the Furness peninsular. In the 1600s Swarthmoor Hall was the home of Margaret Fell, Judge Thomas Fell and George Fox. At this time it became the headquarters of the Quakers. The Hall is often described as ‘the cradle of the Quaker movement’.
Ulverston is a fine market town in the centre of the Furness peninsular with old buildings and a labyrinth of cobbled streets. It is the start of the 70 mile Cumbrian Way. Ulverston is the birthplace of Stan Laurel and to celebrate this, the town houses the world’s only Laurel and Hardy Museum.
Ulverston today offers many amenities including a Booths supermarket and a recently completed M & S Food Hall only a short distance from the subject site.
Development Site with Outline Planning Permission for a residential scheme for the erection of 27 dwellings, including 35% affordable provision, public open space and associated infrastructure. Application number SL/2017/0681 dated 8th February 2019 through South Lakeland District Council.
The Outline Planning Permission granted refers to a planning application dated 27th July 2017.
Considerable information available with the planning application including Site Plan, Layout Plan, Decision Notice, Committee Report, Ground Reports, Tree Reports, etc
All planning advice on this site provided by our joint agents Graham Anthony Associates of Garstang. Graham Salisbury, senior partner can be contacted on 01995 604514 or by email: [email protected]
Strictly by appointment with Fisher Wrathall Commercial, 82 Penny Street, Lancaster, LA1 1XN.
Please call 01524 69922 to arrange or email: [email protected]