The site is currently occupied by a disused car showroom and lies to the east of the City of Salisbury on elevated land near St Martins Church dating from 11th Century and the most ancient church in the area.
The immediate area is a mix of industrial and residential and the LPA encouraged a wholly residential development having seen our initial proposal for a mixed use development.
Partnering with a Housing Association we last month received approval for 24no flats in a contemporary style, which would take full advantage of the distant views to the water meadows to the west.
Garaging is located in a discrete basement storey and the L shaped design allows a good buffer between the proposal and the commercial premises that will remain to the north south and east.
Adjacent to The Dust Hole On Tollgate Road. Also known as the Railway Inn.
It was adjacent to the coal drops at the now-closed Milford railway goods depot and this probably gave rise to the 'dust' in its name.
Web Consultants: Cirrus Web Design
Building Control: MC Plan and Site Services Ltd
Contractor: Colmar Construction
Designer: Bradley Cheer
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