Additional Potential Strategic Development Sites in the Green Belt

MX58 - Land west of Childsbridge Lane and south of the Recreation Ground, Kemsing

MX58 – Land West of Childsbridge Lane and south of the Recreation Ground, Kemsing

 

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SITE DELIVERABILITY ASSESSMENT

SHELAA ref

MX58

SHELAA category

3

SHELAA conclusion

Deliverable

SHELAA yield

15-20 residential units

SHELAA density

30-40 DPH

When will development be delivered?

1-5 years

   

Will an existing use be lost? If yes, what?

Former kennels, grassland and cleared woodland

Access requirements

A new access onto Childsbridge Lane and/or Castle Drive would be required.

Green Belt strength & boundary issues

Strength: Strong
Site lies adjacent to Kemsing urban confines

Viability issues

No constraints that could render the site financially unviable are identified at this time.

New infrastructure and community benefits

Health facility and community centre

   

Input from technical specialists

KCC Highways
Environmental Health

Other considerations

Concerns are raised with regards to air quality and potential noise issues given the close proximity of the M26.

   

Deliverability summary

Yellow – provision of evidenced infrastructure benefits, moderate/strongly performing Green Belt and proportion of NPPF PDL. For a mix of residential and community facilities.

 

SITE APPRAISAL CONCLUSION

Deliverability summary

Yellow – provision of evidenced infrastructure benefits, moderate/strongly performing Green Belt and proportion of NPPF PDL.
For a mix of residential and community facilities.

Key messages from SA

BAP Priority Habitat, high biodiversity Landscape sensitivity
AQMA
Green Belt
Schools, Doctor/Health Centre

   

Land Use

Mixed use - Residential, Community and Health Facility

Developable area (ha)

7.20

Density

40 DPH

Site capacity

149 units

Phasing

1-5 years, 6-10 years

Overall conclusion

Progress to consultation