A planning consent has been granted for a new end of terrace three storey house with garden and on-site parking, just a 10 minute walk from the City centre in a desirable residential location. The new end of terrace property will extend the existing western end of a long, late 19th century, terrace of houses. This planning consent covers access, layout and scale, with appearance and landscaping being reserved matters for a further application. Preliminary discussions on appearance suggest a façade to match the adjoining property and the rear elevation to have a full height bay window. The roof is likely to be natural slate with Bath Ashlar stone walls and possibly rubble stone on the side elevation, but appearance and landscaping are currently reserved matters. The new house will have a gross internal area of approximately 1600sq.ft or 175sq.ft gross external area, .which will make it a large three bedroom dwelling. The existing terrace will extend by a further 6.2m for the new dwelling x 9m on three storeys. The garden to the rear of the new property extends down to a stone wall at the foot of the plot in a straight line from the new house. There is a quiet cul-de-sac at the foot of the site and the plot enjoys south-facing extensive views over the City.