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Form ID: 10018
Respondent: Fortel

Sole owner

Yes

Yes

Clothier Street

Clothier Street, Willenhall

WV13 1BG

0.5

No answer given

No answer given

Private Market Housing, Affordable Housing

27 houses

Mains water supply, Mains sewage, Electricity, Gas

None of these

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

Yes

10/1131/TE 14/0118/FL

Yes

No answer given

Enquiries received from prospective purchasers / developers

No answer given

1.5

No answer given

Yes

We feel the site is in a residential area as there has been a few new developments along Clothier Street. Our development will further strengthen the area with new residential homes and provide a better outlook to the the future of Willenhall. The development will also create jobs for local residents, which may result in them securing long term work with the construction companies involved in delivering the development.

No files uploaded

Form ID: 10023
Respondent: Wildside Activity Centre

Amenity / Community Group

Nothing chosen

Yes

Wildside Activity Centre

Hordern Road Wolverhampton

WV60HA

0.5

0.05

The site is currently used to provide a community education centre with grounds, a large area of hard surface car parking, and access to the Staffs Worcester Canal. It is not proposed to change the use of the building or grounds.

Open Space or Sports Pitches, Community Facilities (including health or education), Sports / Leisure, Any other use or a more specific proposed use for the site e.g. type of employment or type of open space please specify

The Centre will be able to provide employment on the site.

Mains water supply, Mains sewage, Electricity, Broadband internet

Flood risk / drainage problems, Area of mature woodland / tree preservation order, Protected species / habitats

Some of the site has semi-mature woodland which would only be marginally affected by an extension to the building. Some of the site is in a flood zone making it unsuitable for large scale redevelopment. The site is presently largely covered by a SLINC designation which helps to protect its natural values.

Other

No new infrastructure is needed

Nothing chosen

The Centre presumably had planning permission when it was built in the 1980's and there may be historic permissions dating from its industrial heritage.

Yes

None

3

Charitable type grants will be required as this is is not a commercial proposal.

Yes

The Trustees wish to continue the existing use of the site as a community centre. The Centre has had to change its operating base in recent times from being a Council-led service to become more of a social enterprise. Its ability to survive is dependent on generating income and in the long term this will require some extensions to the existing building, and the concern is that these may be restricted by Green Belt status. In planning terms Green Belt designation seems inappropriate for a site that was previously part of the Courtaulds factory complex and is now more than 50% taken up by a building and hard surface car parking. In this respect the site is as much brownfield as countryside. When assessing the site against the stated aims of the Green Belt in the National Planning Policy Framework there does not seem to be a case for its retention. 1) The location of the Centre is essentially urban green space adjacent to a local nature reserve and in no way would removal of the site from the Green Belt create urban sprawl. Instead allowing the Centre to expand would enable more work to be done to maintain the SLINC and adjacent green spaces. 2) The removal of this small site from the Green Belt would not mean that neighbouring towns merged into each other. 3) In no way would removal of the site from the Green Belt impact on the countryside. 4) There is no question of the existing designation protecting any historic town. 5) The current Green Belt designation actually restricts the urban regeneration of the highly deprived Whitmore Reans neighbourhood in which the Centre is located.

No files uploaded

Form ID: 10024
Respondent: Hinton Perry & Davenhill Ltd

Sole owner

Yes

Yes

Ketley Quarry

Dudley Road Kingswinford

DY6 8WT

22

Currently operating as a quarry with restoration of the void underway

Private Market Housing, Affordable Housing, Sports / Leisure

None

Previous mining activity known or suspected, Ground instability (not linked to mining)

some of the site has been used for mineral extraction and is being restored to a development platform. Other parts of the site are virgin however some coal mining has taken place in the past

Yes

Existing permissions relate to mineral extraction and restoration of the site

No

The restoration of the site is not yet complete, however some of the site where mineral extraction has not taken place could be made available before completion of restoration of the site

None

No

No files uploaded

Form ID: 10026
Respondent: DBA Estates

Sole owner

No

Land at Himley Road

Land north and south of Himley Road Brierley Hill Himley Dudley

DY3 2TE

26.5

Arable fields

Private Market Housing, Affordable Housing

800

None

Area of mature woodland / tree preservation order, Pylons crossing the site / sub – station

Area of mature woodland would need assessing and taken into account in relation to design. sensitive layout planning taking into account landscape features. Pylons partially cross the northern and eastern boundary of the site

N/A

Major Roads, Local shops

Site would need a new access to the existing public highway and internal road network. Due to the scale of development envisaged it is believed it could support the provision of new local shops

No

Yes

Enquiries received from prospective purchasers / developers

Strong interest from both Developers and Promoters

10

No

Yes

It is believed the site would provide an immediate opportunity to deliver much needed housing on the edge of the Black Country in a sustainable location with good transport links. The site is under one ownership and could be considered as a standalone site, or as part of a wider area of development for Green Belt release.

No files uploaded

Form ID: 10028
Respondent: MRS CORA TURNER-COLLIS

Part owner

Yes

Yes

REAR OF 108/110 SANDYFIELDS ROAD, SEDGLEY, DY3 3LA

REAR OF 108/110 SANDYFIELDS ROAD, SEDGLEY, DY3 3LA

DY3 3LA

7.05

7.05

pasture land for horse grazing

Private Market Housing, Affordable Housing, Gypsy and Traveller/ Travelling Showpeople Site, Any other use or a more specific proposed use for the site e.g. type of employment or type of open space please specify

don't know

Mains water supply, Electricity, Gas

None of these

No answer given

No answer given

n/a

Nothing chosen

will depend on final layout. Good infrastructure already in place

No

No answer given

Yes

No answer given

Enquiries received from prospective purchasers / developers

No answer given

2

Not known at this stage

Yes

The site is in joint council areas bordering Dudley & South Staffs. Access would have to be from Dudley side.

Form ID: 10036
Respondent: Mr Robert Francis

Sole owner

Yes

Land at Side of The Robin Hood ( public house )

54, The Crescent Willenhall, West Midlands

WV13 2QR

0.22

0.22

Scrub land to side of public house with small car park. The land is in the ownership of the public house

Private Market Housing, Affordable Housing, Open Space or Sports Pitches, Any other use or a more specific proposed use for the site e.g. type of employment or type of open space please specify

4No 2 bedroom homes

Mains water supply, Mains sewage, Electricity, Gas

Rights of way (public or otherwise) across the site, Previous mining activity known or suspected, Public Open Space

Mining report shows one small shaft on the edge of the site and one just outside the site. The location f the houses however can be located well away from these areas. A right of way is located around the perimeter of the site, this however can be redirected through the site for easy access to the rear open space. Te LA inform us that this land has been designated as Public Open Space however the scheme for housing would improve the visual amenity of the area and improve access to the rear open space after relocation/enhancement of the public right of way

Te existing car park would be relocated within the new development

A new park / open space, Footpaths and cycleways

Yes

13/1055

Yes

None

1

no

Yes

We believe a small development of 4/5 houses would enhance the area and provide good access into the main public open space to the rear of the site. It would also eliminate fly tipping and anti social behaviour.

No files uploaded

Form ID: 10037
Respondent: Bea Landscape Design Limited

Sole owner

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

No files uploaded

Form ID: 10038
Respondent: Bea Landscape Design Limited

Sole owner

Yes

Yes

Land off Viewfield Crescent

Land Off Viewfield Cresent Dudley

DY3 3UP

1.556

1.556

The site is agricultural land Holding number 46/557/0165 and is currently used for sporadic grazing

Private Market Housing, Affordable Housing

20 Houses and Public Open Space

Mains water supply, Mains sewage, Gas

Rights of way (public or otherwise) across the site, Undulating or steeply sloping ground

There is a public footpath that runs along the southern boundary and the site slopes from east to west.

NA

Yes

There have been historically several small scale applications on the site for equestrian uses but these have all lapsed.

Yes

None, Not known

2

No

No

No files uploaded

Form ID: 10039
Respondent: Mrs Gillian Rhoden

Sole owner

Nothing chosen

Yes

N/A

Lye Close Lane Halesowen

B62 9LG

1.3

1.3

The site is 3 acres of grazing

Private Market Housing, Affordable Housing, Industry or Storage (Use Classes B1b/c, B2 or B8), Offices (Use Class B1a), Retail

approx 1.3 hectares of employment land or approx 40 homes could be built

Mains water supply, Electricity

Undulating or steeply sloping ground

Some of the land is on a slight slope

No

Yes

None

1

No

No files uploaded

Form ID: 10040
Respondent: Sandwell MBC

Sole owner

Yes

Yes

Land of Tanhouse Avenue, Great Barr

Tanhouse Avenue Great Barr

2.51

2.51

Open space

Private Market Housing, Affordable Housing

Not known

Rights of way (public or otherwise) across the site, Constraints on adjoining land e.g. railway line, noisy industry

No

Yes

None

2

No

The site is in the ownership of Sandwell MBC

No files uploaded

Form ID: 10041
Respondent: First City Limited

Sole owner

Nothing chosen

Yes

Land off Vicarage Road, Penn Wolverhampton

Land off Vicarage Road, Penn Wolverhampton

WV4 4HW

2.25

No answer given

Pasture Land used for horse grazing

Private Market Housing, Affordable Housing

24 dwellings in accordance with the planning apprisal layout that has been prepared

Mains water supply, Mains sewage, Electricity, Gas, Broadband internet

Area of mature woodland / tree preservation order

Tree condition report is attached

No

Footpaths and cycleways

Planning Appraisal layout attached

No

Yes

Enquiries received from prospective purchasers / developers

1

No

Yes

Form ID: 10042
Respondent: Mr Andrew Russell-Wilks

Sole owner

Yes

Yes

Perton Court Farm.

Land east of Wrottesely Road and north of Pattingham Road Perton. Site does not have a post code. One nearby has been given below.

WV6 7TP

30.1

11.1

Arable agricultural use.

Private Market Housing, Affordable Housing, Open Space or Sports Pitches, Community Facilities (including health or education), Sports / Leisure

11.1 hectares housing. 19 hectares open space, allotments and sports facilities.

Mains water supply, Mains sewage, Electricity, Gas, Broadband internet

The site has been promoted through South Staffs DC SHLAA process and site allocation process. All those studies have revealed no constraints to development.

Site is in agricultural use and tenancy arrnagements can be ended at short notice.

The site has no physical or infrastructure constraints. It directly abuts Perton which has a full range of schools, shops and other facilities.

No

Yes

Enquiries received from prospective purchasers / developers

The site is owned by a private trust who have appointed this firm to actively promote the land through South Staffordshire's site allocation process. Numerous developers and promoters have approached us as agents and the land owner direct wishing to be involved in bringing the site forward. The Trust has the resources and by employing this firm as their planning agenmts the expertise to bring the site forward itself. As the Trust has had an involvement in the area for over 300 years it wishes to retain a degree of control over the development to ensure a very high quality scheme is delivered.

5

No as a green field site with no significant infrastructure problems the site is viable and deliverable.

No

The site is available and deliverable and within 500 metres of the Wolverhampton MBC boundary. It has been subject to detailed scrutiny as part of the South Staffs DC site allocation processes and not been found wanting in any regard. Of the possible sites to serve Perton's future growth it is the closest to the existing settlement and has direct footpath and cycle way links to all the local facilities including schools, shops and medical facilities.

No files uploaded

Form ID: 10044
Respondent: Portland Planning Consultants Ltd

Sole owner

Yes

Yes

Land at Wilderness Lane / Greenhill Gardens B43 7TB

WIlderness Lane, Sandwell

B43 7TB

2.8

2

Vacant unused land

Private Market Housing, Affordable Housing

50

Mains water supply, Mains sewage, Electricity, Gas, Broadband internet

Constraints on adjoining land e.g. railway line, noisy industry

Nearby motorway is a noise source, but capable to design round this.

Not applicable

Not applicarequiredble - no major infrastructure

No

Yes

Owned by developer

1

No viability difficulty envisaged

No

The site is folded into the urban area and contributes little to fundamental Green Belt objectives, being separated from the wider Green Belt by the nearby Academy. It is visually separated from the wider Green Belt, and for this reason affords little or no contribution to the five aims of Green Belt policy.

No files uploaded

Form ID: 10045
Respondent: Mr Gerard Abbiss

Sole owner

Yes

Yes

Rear Land, Norton

Rear garden land Old Farm Norton Road Norton Stourbridge

DY8 2SB

1.04

Residential garden land.

Private Market Housing

9 detached houses

Mains water supply, Mains sewage, Electricity, Broadband internet

None of these

N/A

None of the above.

No

Yes

Under option to developer

Heyford Homes

2

No.

Yes

Please see Site Location Plan and Site Layout Plan attached.

Form ID: 10046
Respondent: Mr Brijinder Thiara

Sole owner

Nothing chosen

Yes

Land on the East side of Chester Rd

Land opposite The Coach House with metal gate Chester Rd Aldridge Walsall

WS9 0PU

4.99

Land has no current use, and is waiting for development 22 years ago it was used for agriculture

Private Market Housing, Affordable Housing

150 more if apartments are made also

None

None of these

n/a

The land is on a main rd, but a whole new estate would be build to accommodate the houses. Schools are close by, as are local shops and Sutton Park

No

Yes

None

2

no

No

No files uploaded

Form ID: 10047
Respondent: Paul Watson

Sole owner

Yes

Yes

Grassy Lane

Grassy Lane, Wolverhampton

No answer given

2.38

No answer given

Horse grazing - no public access

Private Market Housing, Affordable Housing

50

Mains water supply, Mains sewage, Electricity, Broadband internet

None of these

No answer given

No answer given

n/a

Nothing chosen

n/a

No

No answer given

Yes

No answer given

Not known

No answer given

2

No

Yes

Green Belt site bounded on three sides by built development in location well served by public transport, schools & other services. New housing would have little impact on openness or landscape charactor of wider Green Belt. Indicative housing layout prepared

Form ID: 10048
Respondent: Mr Andrew Russell-Wilks

Sole owner

Yes

Yes

Land north of Vicarage Road, Amblecote. Stourbridge.

Land north of Vicarage Road, Amblecote. Stourbridge. As a development site the site does not have a post code. Nearest property given below.

DY8 4JB

5.72

5

Land is in agricultural use for grazing.

Private Market Housing, Affordable Housing, Open Space or Sports Pitches

130

Mains water supply, Mains sewage, Electricity, Gas, Broadband internet

The majority of the site is developable however in order to design a neighbourly scheme and retain as many of the existing trees and the two ponds on the site which may be of some ecological interest it has been assumed that approx 0.7 acres should be left undeveloped.

Site is leased on an agricultural tenancy that can be ended when planning permission is granted.

The site is in an urban area close to existing schools, shops, open space and sports facilities.

No

Yes

None

This site is being promoted by the owner The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust as it is no longer needed for any health care pruposes. Once an allocation for residential development is secured the site will be marketed to house builders on the open market.

3

No. as a green field site with drainage and utilities nearby no viability issues are expected.

Yes

The site is very likley to be shortly declared surplus to requirements and can come forward for residential development.

No files uploaded

Form ID: 10049
Respondent: Stansgate Planning

Part owner

Yes

Yes

237 Watling Street

237 Watling Street Brownhills Walsall

WS8 6JR

6

No answer given

It comprises a mix of land in agricultural use; two dwellings; agricultural and commercial buildings; and land used for car repairs and storage.

Private Market Housing, Affordable Housing, Industry or Storage (Use Classes B1b/c, B2 or B8), Offices (Use Class B1a)

160 houses at 35 dph. 6ha employment land. Or a mix of residential and employment.

Mains water supply, Mains sewage, Electricity, Gas, Broadband internet

Constraints on adjoining land e.g. railway line, noisy industry

Noise from the industrial estate beyond the canal is audible on parts of the site at certain times

No

Yes

Not known

4

No

No

The site lies within the Green Belt. The National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) says Green Belt boundaries should only be altered in exceptional circumstances, through the preparation or review of the Local Plan. At that time, regard should be had to their intended permanence in the long term, so they should be capable of enduring beyond the plan period (NPPF paragraph 83). This review of the Plan is the right time to review boundaries as there is a need to find land for housing during the plan period. In addition, the boundaries should be considered in the light of needs beyond the plan period and land safeguarded for long term needs. Green Belt serves five purposes (NPPF paragraph 80). This site is assessed against each as follows. 1. To check the unrestricted sprawl of large built up areas: The site lies on the edge of the built-up area of Brownhills and although development of the site would be an extension, it would consolidate existing uses and would not extend new development into locations that are currently open and unaffected by development. The site itself comprises existing buildings in residential, agricultural and commercial use along with agricultural land. To the north of the site on Watling Street (A5) is existing residential and commercial development that contains the site. To the west are buildings fronting the B5011. To the south is Anglesey Branch canal beyond which lies substantial buildings on an industrial estate and the area of the site that does not adjoin the canal is bounded by a permanent mobile home park fronting Lichfield Road and a narrow finger of agricultural land. To the east is agricultural land that slopes down to the traffic island of Watling Street (A5) / Hanney Hay Road / Barracks Lane. Development would not breach the established north eastern extent of urbanisation of New Town, Brownhills. The boundaries are robust, defensible and permanent, they would contain development. 2. To prevent neighbouring towns merging into one another: Chasetown is the nearest settlement to the north and is 1.2km from the site. The intervening area is interrupted by development along the north side of the Watling Street and by land being worked for minerals. The physical distance between the existing settlement edges would not be reduced as a result of development. Hammerwich is the nearest settlement to the north east and is 1.3km from the site. Existing development around New Town on Watling Street and the mobile home park on Lichfield Road mean the physical distance between existing sporadic development would not be reduced as a result of development. 3. To assist in safeguarding the countryside from encroachment: The introduction of development within any area of countryside would inevitably have an impact. However, encroachment will be perceived within a limited envelope as it will be viewed in the context of existing development visible around all sides of the site. The site does not extend beyond existing built development and this containment by other buildings limits the perception of encroachment. 4. To preserve the setting and special character of historic towns: There are no historic towns in the vicinity. 5. To assist in urban regeneration, by encouraging the recycling of derelict and other urban land: The site is on the edge of the built up area with the western and part of the southern boundary adjoining non-Green Belt land. It contains a small element of brownfield land.

No files uploaded

Form ID: 10050
Respondent: MR DAVID WALL

Part owner

Yes

Yes

SITES `A` AND `B` OFF WORCESTER LANE (B4178), PEDMORE, DY9 0YY

LAND OFF WORCESTER LANE (B4178), PEDMORE, STOURBRIDGE DY9 0YY

DY90YY

2.85

VACANT PASTURE

Private Market Housing

35-40

Mains water supply, Mains sewage, Electricity, Gas, Broadband internet

Rights of way (public or otherwise) across the site, Constraints on adjoining land e.g. railway line, noisy industry

Public right of way between sites A and B Railway line runs along west boundary but in deep sandstone cutting. No ground engineering issues envisaged.

NONE

Nothing chosen

Yes

Not known

3

NO

Yes

SITES ARE GENTLY SLOPING AND HAVE SAND/ SANDSTONE SUBSTRATA MAKING FOUNDATION WORK VERY ECONOMIC. LINEAR SHAPE OF SITES SUITS INDIVIDUAL FRONTAL ACCESS MINIMISING NEED FOR `ON SITE` ROADS AND INFRASTRUCTURE WORKS. NO NEIGHBOURING USES THAT WOULD ADVERSELY AFFECT THE DEVELOPMENT AS MARKET RESIDENTIAL UNITS.

No files uploaded

Form ID: 10054
Respondent: Mr Jonathan Sorrill

Part owner

Yes

No

Land rear of Greenhill Road, Halesowen

Greenhill Road, Halesowen, West Midlands B62 8HA

B62 8HA

1

1

Totally unused. Last use was a pig farm back in the 1980's the farmer then retired ( my great uncle). The land is overgrown with bramble and difficult to access.

Private Market Housing, Affordable Housing, Gypsy and Traveller/ Travelling Showpeople Site

I would suggest around 10-15 houses

Mains water supply, Electricity

Land in other ownership must be acquired to develop the site, Area of mature woodland / tree preservation order

the site needs the acquisition of a property to secure proper access. A TPO was put on some trees that populate the site in a sporadic manner but these could be accommodated within the redevelopment solution. When the site was considered for development many years ago I recall that there was a need for a foul drainage connection, perhaps this could be dealt with in a sustainable way now through an Eco solution.

Site is totally unused

Other

Just an access as the proposal is only for a handful of properties, open space could be incorporated within the development.

Nothing chosen

There were details submitted by Barrett Homes in the early 90's but this was over a larger area and, in my mind, involved too many properties.

No

An access needs to be secured.....say 18 months/2 years?

None

3

Perhaps BCLEP funding could be utilised to acquire property to open up access

No

No files uploaded

Form ID: 10055
Respondent: Mr Andy Howell

Part owner

Yes

Yes

The Old Gun Site, Langley Road

Land to the North of Langley Road Lower Penn WOLVERHAMPTON

WV3 7LH

8.78

7.38

Two thirds of the area most recently used as Grade 3 Agricultural Land, remainder comprises the brownfield remains of a World War 2 Anti-Aircraft Gun Emplacement

Private Market Housing, Affordable Housing

Up to 220 new homes using typical modern density of 30 units per hectare

Mains water supply, Mains sewage, Electricity, Gas, Broadband internet

None of these

No constraints applicable.

No such issues.

The site enjoys good road access to a straight part of Langley Road with plenty of scope for additional accesses and offers the benefit of good nearby (pedestrian accessible) services including both primary & secondary schools, local shops & amenities and the South Staffordshire Railway Walk.

Yes

South Staffordshire District Council granted planning permission under application reference 16/00747/FUL on 17th October 2016 for the development of a 49.99 MW Battery Storage Facility and associated infrastructure at the extreme northern edge of the site where it adjoins the neighbouring Wolverhampton West Electricity Sub-station operated by Western Power Distribution. This facility will operate for a projected 21 years (including construction and end-of-term site restorations) and current indications from the operators suggest construction will commence late Spring 2018.

Yes

Enquiries received from prospective purchasers / developers

Approaches have been received from agents acting on behalf of a number of major house builders seeking option agreements and/or land promotion agreements.

2

No

No

Due to the site's proximity to the neighbouring electricity sub-station and as part of the broader Electricity Market Reforms currently being undertaken in early 2015 all of the neighbouring houses along Langley Road (approximately numbered 96-108) were approached and invited to indicate their preferences in terms of development options for the site. The options presented included all for which previous suggestions had been made prior to our ownership (Housing, Crematorium/Cemetery and Gypsy/Traveller Site) plus those available through Electricity Market Reform (Large Solar Array/Battery Storage). Approximately 90% responded with the vast majority approving EMR options and almost universally opposed to the other options.

No files uploaded

Form ID: 10056
Respondent: Vickers Developments Limited

Part owner

Yes

Yes

Land on the South West side of Lapal Lane South

land on the South West side of Lapal Lane South Halesowen

B62 0ES

0.715

No answer given

Agriculture - Mainly equine grazing

Private Market Housing, Affordable Housing, Any other use or a more specific proposed use for the site e.g. type of employment or type of open space please specify

14-20 dwellings depending on size.

Not known

Rights of way (public or otherwise) across the site, Watercourse / culvert / other water body, Historic building / landscapes

Dudley No. 2 Canal Western Tunnel passes from West to East under the site at considerable depth. The tunnel is not in use and is not accessible from the site. Details from the deeds: The land is subject to the following rights contained in a Conveyance of the land in this title dated 12 June 1972 made between (1) Constance Mary Green and Gertrude Margaret Green and (2) David Parsons:- "Subject to the rights (if any) of the British Waterways Commission concerning the running of the Birmingham Canal Navigation Canal Tunnel under the said property hereby conveyed so far as the same are still subsisting and capable of taking effect."

No answer given

None.

Footpaths and cycleways, Other

Private road/Access for new properties.

No

No answer given

No

Development cannot take place until existing tenant vacates the land.

None

No answer given

2

No.

No

No answer given

Form ID: 10057
Respondent: Brian Hughes

Part owner

Yes

Yes

Field at Woodsetton

Adjacent to Tipton Road/Setton Drive, Sedgley,

DY3 1BZ

2

Currently used for grazing

Private Market Housing, Affordable Housing

None

Area of mature woodland / tree preservation order

Tree Preservation Orders in force for about five trees

No

Yes

None

Yes

The site has potential for development because it fronts the main A457 road and has good existing access; there is a spatial and numerical shortage of sites in the Sedgley area compared with other areas e.g. Coseley; it is close to the schools at Woodsetton and High Arcal; it is served by public sewer which runs along the edge of the field; it would not impact on green belt policies even though currently it is designated as green belt. Adjacent owners would be willing sellers, making a sizeable site of six hectares with potential for houses, affordable homes and/or mixed use development.

No files uploaded

Form ID: 10058
Respondent: Carillion PLC

Sole owner

Yes

City of Wolverhampton College

Padget Road Wolverhampton

WV6 0DU

3.35

Education and supporting facilities providing further educational needs.

Private Market Housing, Affordable Housing

96 Dwellings incorporating a mix of 2,3 and 4 bedroom houses.

Mains water supply, Mains sewage, Electricity, Gas, Broadband internet

Current use needs to be relocated, Rights of way (public or otherwise) across the site

Existing college needs to relocate to an identified site in the locality. All existing rights of access are maintained via layout proposals.

Current educational facility intends to move to another identified site within the locality.

Yes

Non illuminated Nursery Signs Wolverhampton College Wulfrun Campus Paget Road Wolverhampton West Midlands WV6 0DU Ref. No: 13/00140/ADV | Received: Thu 14 Feb 2013 | Validated: Tue 26 Feb 2013 | Status: Decided 1 No. Lime tree - reduce crown by a third. Wolverhampton College Wulfrun Campus Paget Road Wolverhampton WV6 0DU Ref. No: TREE/0143/11/TR | Received: Tue 23 Aug 2011 | Validated: Tue 23 Aug 2011 | Status: Decided Extension to existing motor vehicle workshop and service yard, new access ramp, fencing and flue system. Wolverhampton College Wulfrun Campus Paget Road Wolverhampton West Midlands WV6 0DU Ref. No: 10/00472/FUL | Received: Tue 27 Apr 2010 | Validated: Tue 27 Apr 2010 | Status: Decided Single storey extension to dining hall and new access ramps. Wolverhampton College Wulfrun Campus Paget Road Wolverhampton WV6 0DU Ref. No: 10/00341/FUL | Received: Tue 23 Mar 2010 | Validated: Thu 15 Apr 2010 | Status: Decided

No

Existing further education facility needs to relocate to an identified site within the locality so latest anticipated commencement of development would be 2021.

Enquiries received from prospective purchasers / developers

Interest has been shown by a national house builder.

3

No.

Yes

The site provides a short to medium term opportunity to develop 96 dwellings in this location. The allocation of this site for residential development will allow the existing college to relocate to new purpose built accommodation upgrading their offering to further education students.

No files uploaded

Form ID: 10059
Respondent: Carillion PLC

Sole owner

Yes

Land to Rear of City of Wolverhampton College

Land to rear of City of Wolverhampton College Compton Park Wolverhampton

WV6 0DU

3.9

Recreational facility used in conjunction with City of Wolverhampton College.

Private Market Housing, Affordable Housing

130 Dwellings consisting of a mix of 2,3 and 4 bedroom houses.

Mains water supply, Mains sewage, Electricity, Gas, Broadband internet

Current use needs to be relocated, Rights of way (public or otherwise) across the site

Current use is a recreational facility which would require relocation. Currently evidence of an informal right of way across the site.

Relocation of existing recreational facility to another identified site or upgrading of existing provision within the area.

No

Yes

None

3

No.

No

Site presents an opportunity to develop circa 130 dwellings in the short term subject to planning and could form part of a wider residential led scheme.

No files uploaded

Form ID: 10060
Respondent: Parkhill Estates Ltd

Sole owner

Yes

Land at Highfields

Land off Walsall Road Walsall Wood Walsall

4.1

Poor quality agricultural land used for grazing.

Private Market Housing, Affordable Housing

120 - 150

Not known

Rights of way (public or otherwise) across the site, Previous mining activity known or suspected, Constraints on adjoining land e.g. railway line, noisy industry, Protected species / habitats

A public footpath crosses the site east to west from the access onto Walsall Road No previous activity known but the land (and adjoining land has the benefit of a 'dormant' planning permission for brick clay extraction As indicated above, planning permission exists for the extraction of Brick Clay on the Highfields North Site. This accords with national planning policy which seeks to retain these finite resources to meet the demands of future generations. It has previously been acknowledged by all parties (Company and Council) that the site is not without its challenges but this does not detract from its value as a finite and diminishing resource (especially given the situation regarding raw material supplies available to Walsall’s existing brickworks which was fully explained in Walsall's Local Plan Site Allocation Document). The remainder of the land covered by the extraction permission (ie excluding the site now being promoted) is also subject to a designation as an SSSI (a designation which post-dated the grant of permission) Current policies seek to impose significant restrictions on the manner in which the site can be worked and restored, but it must be borne in mind that the working of the site is very much controlled by the structure, quality and content of the underlying mineral deposit. Given the restricted nature of the site and the vagaries of the deposit it is highly unlikely that the site could be viably worked without disturbing the whole of the SSSI designation within it – either for extraction purposes or overburden storage. Mineral extraction within this site will therefore destroy the site’s special features but policies require that the entirety of the worked area covered by the SSSI designation must be restored to recreated wildlife habitats, of similar or enhanced value to those currently present. There is a clear inconsistency here. The fundamental point is that the two elements (clay extraction and safeguarding of the SSSI are totally incompatible). The requirements relating to the SSSI would render the site working unviable at considerable financial disadvantage to the Company. Securing development on this site has the potential to safeguard the whole of the existing SSSI. Protected habitats - see above. The adjoining land forms part of the Jockey Fields SSSI.

No

Yes

Planning Permissions EB3410 and BA5827

Yes

None

2.5

No

Yes

There is a clear conflict of interests on the wider Highfields site and this goes beyond the Extraction/SSSI difficulty. The passage of time since the original extraction permission has introduced other areas of concern - increased housing land in the locality, increased traffic on the local road network and likely impact of introducing significant heavy goods traffic activity for many years to come. Developing this small area would make it possible to secure the safeguarding of the SSSI.

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Form ID: 10061
Respondent: Carillion PLC

Sole owner

Yes

City of Wolverhampton College and associated land to the rear

Paget Road Wolverhampton

WV6 0DU

7.4

No answer given

Education and associated facilities, recreational facility used in conjunction with existing City of Wolverhampton College.

Private Market Housing, Affordable Housing

220 dwellings incorporating a mix of 2,3 and 4 bedroom houses.

Mains water supply, Mains sewage, Electricity, Gas, Broadband internet

Current use needs to be relocated, Rights of way (public or otherwise) across the site

College intends to relocate to an identified site within the locality. Amenity uses would need to be either relocated to an alternative site or existing provision in the area upgraded. Currently evidence of an informal right of way across the site.

College would be relocated tot an identified site in the locality. Existing 3rd party interests protected by layout proposals. Current amenity uses would be relocated to another identified site.

Yes

Non illuminated Nursery Signs Wolverhampton College Wulfrun Campus Paget Road Wolverhampton West Midlands WV6 0DU Ref. No: 13/00140/ADV | Received: Thu 14 Feb 2013 | Validated: Tue 26 Feb 2013 | Status: Decided 1 No. Lime tree - reduce crown by a third. Wolverhampton College Wulfrun Campus Paget Road Wolverhampton WV6 0DU Ref. No: TREE/0143/11/TR | Received: Tue 23 Aug 2011 | Validated: Tue 23 Aug 2011 | Status: Decided Extension to existing motor vehicle workshop and service yard, new access ramp, fencing and flue system. Wolverhampton College Wulfrun Campus Paget Road Wolverhampton West Midlands WV6 0DU Ref. No: 10/00472/FUL | Received: Tue 27 Apr 2010 | Validated: Tue 27 Apr 2010 | Status: Decided Single storey extension to dining hall and new access ramps. Wolverhampton College Wulfrun Campus Paget Road Wolverhampton WV6 0DU Ref. No: 10/00341/FUL | Received: Tue 23 Mar 2010 | Validated: Thu 15 Apr 2010 | Status: Decided

Yes

Amenity uses are available for immediate development subject to planning consent.

None

4

No

No

Site has potential to deliver circa 220-240 dwellings and associated infrastructure with early delivery of circa half of the proposed site subject to planning.

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Form ID: 10062
Respondent: Mr Paul Murray

Part owner

Yes

Yes

Metal casement site adjacent to Birch Street Walsall and Farringdon Street walsall

Land formerly Metal casements limited under title numbers WM639740 SF92269

Ws1

2.8

6.75

Not in use previous manufacturing site for metal windows

Private Market Housing, Affordable Housing

100 plus

Mains water supply, Mains sewage, Electricity, Gas

Previous mining activity known or suspected

Limestone workings on certain area of the land

No

None really should be accommodated in existing services

Nothing chosen

Yes

Enquiries received from prospective purchasers / developers

Housing association and private developers

3

Maybe due to mining

Yes

With waterside and close proximity to town centre ideal location for residential development for Walsall.

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Form ID: 10063
Respondent: Hobden Group

Sole owner

Yes

Land to the north of Langley Road

Langley Road Merry Hill Wolverhampton

WV3 7LH

9.2

9.2

The land comprises a mix of former nursery land and derelict glasshouses (now disused) together with productive arable farmland.

Private Market Housing, Affordable Housing, Open Space or Sports Pitches, Community Facilities (including health or education), Sports / Leisure

325

Not known

None of these

No

Yes

Owned by developer, Enquiries received from prospective purchasers / developers

5

No

No

The land is located with the South Staffs District Council though adjoins the boundary with Black Country / Wolverhampton City boundary

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Form ID: 10064
Respondent: Bruton Knowles

Sole owner

Yes

No

Land at Codsall Road, Wolverhampton

Codsall Road, Wolverhampton (see supporting location plan on email send out)

WV6 9QP

0.8

0.8

The site currently forms part of the South Straffordshire Golf Course

Private Market Housing, Affordable Housing

20-25 dwellings

Not known

Current use needs to be relocated, None of these

Golf course would need to be redesigned to accommodate the loss of 2 acres. The golf course currently occupies approximately 112 acres.

See above

Footpaths and cycleways

n/a

No

n/a

Yes

Not known

n/a

2

No

No

The subject site is in a sustainable location in the sense that the site is within Tettenhall's Settlement Boundary and directly adjacent to Codsall Road and Crestwood Glen Bus Stop that provides frequent direct bus services to Codsall Town Centre and Wolverhampton City Centre. The subject site has no physical constraints and subject to the site's release from the Green Belt it would offer a deliverable and an available site that should be allocated for housing development.

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