Residential hull development recommended for approval
A project to develop more than 100 homes on a site in Hull is recommended for approval at a meeting next week (June 2, 2021).
Gleeson Regeneration submitted a reserved questions request to Hull City Council in 2019 for a residential development on a 9.4-acre site located on the south side of Preston Road and the west side of Poorhouse Lane.
Planning permission is required for a total of 114 houses on the site. The proposed plan would include 22 semi-detached two-bed houses, 44 semi-detached three-bed units, 35 single-family three-bedroom houses and 13 single-family four-bedroom properties.
The plans also include infrastructure, landscaping, a mitigation pond and the diversion of an outgoing public right-of-way.
The plans were amended following submission to address the concerns of the council official about the layout of the system and the division of the public right-of-way.
The request will be reviewed by the board planning committee on June 2 along with a report from the board prepared for the meeting recommending that approval be granted, subject to signing a legal agreement.
The report said the proposed development “would provide an acceptable standard of residential development on an assigned site.”
The comprehensive urban planning permit had already been granted in February 2018 for 135 houses, as well as access for vehicles, pedestrians and bicycles, landscaping and infrastructure.
The reserved material application project team includes ista Architecture & Urban Design, ID Planning, ATTP, Eastwood and Partners, Spectrum Acoustics Consultants, JOC Consultants and SLR Consulting.