Housing to be built on former car park

East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Church Hill car park. Church Hill car park.

Houses will be built on a car park site following its sale.

The Church Hill car park in Loughton has been sold to Constable Homes Ltd for £858,000 by the district council.

Planning permission had previously been granted for the construction of eight one-bedroom flats and two two-bedroom flats on the site.

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4:23pm Wed 4 Dec 13

pan says...

Great idea.

Busy petrol station+ busy road+bad area for parking = perfect place to build more houses.

I wonder where else they will build when they have run out of all the current unsuitable sites?

There are a few nice greens dotted about in the area but not for long.
Great idea. Busy petrol station+ busy road+bad area for parking = perfect place to build more houses. I wonder where else they will build when they have run out of all the current unsuitable sites? There are a few nice greens dotted about in the area but not for long. pan

7:15pm Wed 4 Dec 13

stickmanny says...

Yep great idea, more of this please
Yep great idea, more of this please stickmanny

8:02pm Wed 4 Dec 13

mdj says...

So the Council sold the land, having hugely enhanced its value by giving PP for housing - land price £86k per flat! - immediately beforehand. H'm.

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So the Council sold the land, having hugely enhanced its value by giving PP for housing - land price £86k per flat! - immediately beforehand. H'm. . mdj

10:58pm Thu 5 Dec 13

Billy Yerache says...

mdj wrote:
So the Council sold the land, having hugely enhanced its value by giving PP for housing - land price £86k per flat! - immediately beforehand. H'm.

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There are not any 'flats' yet

Allow for building out costs?
[quote][p][bold]mdj[/bold] wrote: So the Council sold the land, having hugely enhanced its value by giving PP for housing - land price £86k per flat! - immediately beforehand. H'm. .[/p][/quote]There are not any 'flats' yet Allow for building out costs? Billy Yerache

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