A detailed planning consent has been granted to extend and increase this existing semi-detached house to approximately double the size of the original dwelling. There is also the potential for a further plot in the rear garden subject to planning. The existing house is a two- storey semi-detached house on a corner plot with a GEA of approximately 79m2. This 1930’s house is of traditional construction, with 220mm solid brick walls, part rendered under a pitched and tiled roof with on-site parking and front, side and rear gardens. It is in good order throughout and is currently let out under a short-term tenancy. The conversion and extension will add another approximately 85m2 to the dwelling to create accommodation on three floors. The ground floor will have a large reception room, cloakroom, utility, WC, playroom, kitchen, living and dining area. The first floor will comprise three bedrooms, a bathroom and a study. The second floor will have a further bedroom, shower room and store room. The conversion and extension amount to a part single and part two-storey side and rear wrap-around extension. There will also be alterations to the loft to include side and rear dormer windows and a rooflight on the front and side roof slopes. The new elements will have brickwork and render to match the existing house, matching roof tiles, aluminium frame doors and UPVC windows. The finished house will have a rear garden and two parking spaces. The house will overlook a park opposite the road.