Stencoose Kenwyn, Truro Guide Price £800,000

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  • Stone barns for conversion
  • PA19/00958 for further information
  • Farm location in pretty rural valley
  • Exceptionally close to The Royal Cornwall Hospital and Truro Golf Club
  • Wonderful far reaching rural views
  • Development opportunity
  • Permitted development for two of the barns (subject to planning conditions)
  • Further potential for conversion of additional buildings (Subject to planning approval)


An exceptionally rare complex of stone barns in a rural position surprisingly close to Truro and The Royal Cornwall Hospital. Two of the buildings have permitted development for residential dwellings with further potential subject to obtaining all necessary consents. VIEWING STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT.


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Why You'll Like It

An exceptional opportunity to own a complex of stone barns where two have permitted development for conversion into residential dwellings and further buildings have the potential for conversion subject to obtaining all necessary planning consent. Located in an idyllic rural setting yet very close to The Royal Cornwall Hospital and Truro Golf Club. There are spectacular rural views across the valley and surrounding farm land. Generous garden space is available for each building (boundaries to be defined). VIEWINGS STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT. Further information can be found by visiting the Cornwall Council planning portal and searching for the following application PA19/00958

Where It Is

The barn is located at the edge of an historic farmyard along with a number of other stone buildings surrounded by fields. It's hard to believe that you are so close to Truro and The Royal Cornwall Hospital. DIRECTIONS Head for The Royal Cornwall Hospital at Treliske. Take the road past the hospital car parks and around the back of the hospital passing the helipad on the left hand side and then passing The Duchy Hospital on the left hand side. At the end of the road turn left (signposted as a Quiet Lane). Follow this lane down hill all the way to the bottom. At the bottom of the hill turn right and then turn right again (at the grass triangle). The driveway will be found along that lane on the right hand side. There is a five bar gate to the driveway marked "Stencoose". VIEWINGS AND ENTRY TO THE PROPERTY ARE STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.

Letter Confirming Permitted Development Of Two Units

PCL Planning - Exeter (Seaton) PCL Planning Ltd 13A-15A Old Park Avenue Pinhoe Exeter Devon EX1 3WD Date: 29 April 2019 Dear Sir/Madam Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 I refer to the notification of proposed development at Stencoose Farm Kenwyn Truro Cornwall TR4 9EE which was received on 4 February 2019. Development comprises proposed change of use and conversion of agricultural buildings to form 3 residential dwellings. I can advise you that this proposal will not require prior approval of the Local Planning Authority. The proposal constitutes permitted development as defined under Class Q, Part 3 of Schedule 2 of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 and may therefore be carried out providing that it is wholly in accordance with the submitted details and the following condition(s). 1. The development hereby permitted must be completed within a period of three years from the date of this decision in accordance with Schedule 2, Part 3, paragraph Q.2(3) of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 2015, as amended. Reason: In accordance with the requirements of Section Q.2(3) of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 2015, as amended. 2. The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in accordance with the plans listed below under the heading "Plans Referred to in Consideration of this Application" including the definition and extent of the domestic curtilage areas associated with the development. Reason: For the avoidance of doubt and in the interests of proper planning. PLANS REFERRED TO IN CONSIDERATION OF THIS APPLICATION: Site/location Plan A-001 Revision B received 04/02/19 Proposed A100 Revision B received 04/02/19 Proposed A101 Revision B received 04/02/19 Proposed A102 Revision B received 04/02/19 Block Plan PL-A-103 received 05/03/19 Existing A012 received 08/02/19 Existing A010 received 08/02/19 Existing A013 received 08/02/19 Existing A011 received 08/02/19 Existing A014 received 08/02/19 Proposed 14/0020 Material Finishes document received 08/02/19 Informatives: ? Please note that the proposed development set out in this application is liable for a charge under the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Regulations 2010 (as amended). The existing floorspace will be taken into consideration during calculation of the chargeable amount. A CIL Liability Notice will be sent to the applicant, and any other person who has an interest in the land, under separate cover. The Liability Notice will contain details of the chargeable amount and how to claim exemption or relief, if appropriate. There are further details on this process on the Council's website at www.cornwall.gov.uk/cil. ? There may be circumstances where a European protected species is discovered on a development site where the scheme has been determined as comprising permitted development. In such cases you are advised to contact the Secretary of State (Defra) who will determine applications for derogations in the form of a licence under regulation 44 of the 1994 Regulations. In determining such applications, the Secretary of State (Defra) will seek advice from the Local Planning Authority and Natural England on whether the Directives tests are met. This may occur if the presence of the species was simply not known at the time of the production of the conversion scheme details. This may cause difficulties and delays for developers, and stresses the need for sound ecological survey information on which to base decisions where it is suspected that European protected species may be present. Community Infrastructure Levy Please be aware that since 1 January 2019 all new development could be liable to pay a Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). CIL is a charge in pounds per square metre on net additional internal floor space of new development. The rates charged on development in Cornwall are set out in the Council’s CIL Charging Schedule, which is available at www.cornwall.gov.uk/cil. The Charging Schedule also sets out development that is exempt and eligible to apply for rate relief. How does CIL affect development permitted by way of ‘general consent’? A development is liable for CIL if it creates 100 sqm or more of new floor space, or creates one or more dwellings (of any size). CIL was introduced in Cornwall on 1 January 2019 and, as a result, all CIL liable development permitted by way of general consent must submit a CIL Form 5: Notice of Chargeable Development form, and CIL Form 6: Commencement Notice, prior to the development starting. For Prior Approvals, liability to pay CIL is determined on submission of the Notice of Chargeable Development, regardless of when the Prior Notification Approval was granted. For Prior Approvals delivering use class A1 or A3, the CIL forms only need submitting for development resulting in delivery of out of town centre convenience retail or non-food retail over 280sqm, or out of town centre restaurant over 100sqm. Where CIL forms are not required Submission of these forms is not required for Prior Approvals for residential development (including residential extensions and annexes) in any of the CIL Charging Zone 5 areas, i.e., Camborne Pool Illogan and Redruth (CPIR), Helston, St Austell, China Clay area, Delabole, Liskeard, and Indian Queens, as the levy rate for those developments would be £0 per sqm. Please refer to Appendix 1 of the CIL Charging Schedule for a full list Parishes within Zone 5. Failure to submit the necessary forms prior to commencement could result in a surcharge, and any claims for relief must also be submitted to, and approved by, the Council prior to commencement. When calculating CIL, existing in-use buildings may be taken into account, but only if they are on the relevant land on the day that the Form 5: Notice of Chargeable Development is submitted. For more information on CIL and how it may affect your development, please visit the Council’s website at www.cornwall.gov.uk/cil.. Yours faithfully Louise Wood Service Director Planning and Sustainable Development


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Stencoose Kenwyn
Truro TR4 9EE
County: Cornwall
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: CPP03140
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