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Hay Road, Talgarth, Brecon, Powys, LD3
An outstanding area of residential development land on the edge of the market town of Talgarth within the Brecon Beacons National Park with deemed consent for 42 houses.
- THE SITE
The developable area is broadly rectangular in shape, with river frontage to the south west, where there is a lower area given over to recreation and conservation. The site has a long frontage onto the A4078 road, which links Talgarth to Three Cocks and the Hay-on-Wye/Hereford road. To the south is the town's doctors surgery which was built on a greenfield site, approximately 15 years ago and to the north is the newly opened neighbourhood primary school. The site lies at approximately 380 feet above sea level and has a gentle, mainly westerly aspect with good views in most directions.
Directly off the A4078 road where there is good visibility. There is a new road into the school to the north but there is no right connect with this other than by foot or bike.
Mains services are all believed to be available nearby. A new main drainage pipe has been installed to the school with connection points available for this site. Mains gas, water and electricity are understood to be available nearby.
- PLANNING CONSENT
This was granted on the 10th October 2011 for "proposed residential development including access highways and infrastructure (outline application)" - copies available on request. This relates to part of the site known as T9. The remainder of the site has permission granted for 15 homes with 106 and consent documents awaited.
- REFERNCE NUMBERS
- SECTION 106 AGREEMENT
The Section 106 agreement of the Town & Country Planning Act 1990 states that agreement has been reached between the Brecon Beacons National Park Authority, Powys County Council and the vendors in relation to the provision of 20% of the houses being built being 'affordable' under the criteria outlined in the document. As the land is in the Brecon Beacons National Park. This will require the involvement of a Registered Social Landlord. Recent negotiations seek to reduce the number to 3 units.