Brighton, East Sussex
The BuildingThe church is currently vacant and there is planning consent for conversion to six apartments across two storeys (plus mezzanine level). There is scope to enhance the existing permission, subject to obtaining planning consent, further details upon application.**The seller seeks an overage provision in the sales contract, should planning consent be granted for additional units.The Church Built in 1877-1888 by local architect J. G. Gibbins, this Gothic-style church is set back from the road and bounded by a low flint wall. It features a porched entrance with large pointed-arch stone window above.Affordable HousingThere is a Section 106 requirement for an affordable housing contribution of £164,500 as well as a £3,000 sustainable transport contribution. Further details upon application.
- A Rare Opportunity To Purchase A (D1) Church Building With Many Beautiful Features
- Planning Permission Granted For Conversion Into 6 Apartments
- Consent For 1 x Three Bedroom Flat, 3 x Two Bedroom Flats And 2 x One Bedroom Duplex Flats
- The Proposed Flats Will Have An Approximate Gross Internal Floor Area Of 5,920 ft / 550 m