- Serviced, freehold plots
- Planning permission for 4-bed houses
- Internal footprint 9.5m x 5.2m
- Plot sizes 145m2 to 227m2
- 2 parking spaces per plot
- 1.5 miles from city centre
- Good public transport links
- Shops and schools nearby
- Community-minded neighbours
- Guide price £50,000
Alongside its innovative cohousing project at the southern end of Chapeltown, ChaCo is offering four self-build plots for sale. Set in a new residential development off Leopold Street, this is an opportunity to create your own home in a lively, community-minded neighbourhood.
You build it, you live in it
Sales are restricted to genuine self-builders or custom-builders – people developing their own home on the site, whether they construct it with their own hands or employ a builder. Purchasers can either use our architects’ designs with full planning permission, or work up their own ideas and submit a fresh planning application.
It is expected that those buying the plots will work closely together, maybe pooling knowledge and skills. The layout of the plots makes this an ideal project for a collaborative approach and, as a housing co-op, ChaCo will be particularly keen to encourage neighbours who share these values.
No construction work on the self-build plots will be possible until ChaCo is completed – sometime in 2020. However, as soon as we have title to the land, we will be in a position to receive applications.
Expressions of interest
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On 29 Dec 2017, at 14:04, Peter Richardson wrote:
Dear full member,
We’ve said that when you become a member you get allocated a house but haven’t specified exactly which one. We’ve also linked signing the pre-sales agreement with allocation of an actual house. But before we get to the point of prioritising, it might work if we all just say what we want. If not, then we’ll have to invoke our (maybe slightly unformed) procedures.
So which plot do you actually want?
Allocations so far
Please note that we originally managed to get some of the door numbers in the wrong order – so if you’re in a duplex or a 1-bed flat, the number showing in the table below may be 1 more or less than what you agreed with Pete.
The problem arose because (as Maja pointed out) some of the blocks are mirror images of the one next door, so sometimes the door to the ground floor flat is on the left and sometimes it’s on the right.
I think we’ve now got the order right – and you should still be in the apropriate size unit in the block that you agreed. If not, tell Bill asap!
|Door (Plot)||House type||Tenure||Allocated to|
|1 (1)||shared house||Rented||(Single rooms remaining: 4)|
|2 (2)||4-bed house||Rented|
|3 (3)||4-bed house||SO 99%|
|4 (4)||3-bed house||SO 99%||Mahoney|
|5 (5)||3-bed house||SO 25% (HCA)||Coles|
|6 (7)||1-bed flat||Rented||Adamczyk-Kasprzycka|
|7 (6)||3-bed duplex||SO 25% (HCA)|
|8 (8)||3-bed duplex||SO 95%|
|9 (9)||1-bed flat||Rented||Neelam|
|10 (11)||1-bed flat||Rented|
|11 (10)||2-bed large||Rented||Jones|
|12 (12)||2-bed large||SO 99%||Phelps|
|13 (13)||1-bed flat||SO 25%||Francis|
|14 (15)||1-bed flat||Rented||Lawson|
|15 (14)||2-bed large||SO 25% (HCA)||Webbe|
|16 (16)||2-bed large||SO 25% (HCA)||Ayeni|
|17 (17)||1-bed flat||Rented|
|18 (18)||4-bed house||SO 25%|
|19 (19)||3-bed house||SO 99%||Langdana|
|20 (20)||3-bed house||SO 99%||Gregg-Lovelace|
|21 (22)||1-bed flat||SO 50% (HCA)|
|22 (21)||3-bed duplex||SO 25%|
|23 (23)||3-bed duplex||SO 30% (HCA)|
|24 (24)||1-bed flat||SO 50% (HCA)||Davies|
|25 (25)||4-bed house||SO 99%||Richardson|
|26 (26)||4-bed house||SO 50% (HCA)||Arbel-Levi|
|27 (27)||2-bed over CH||SO 25%|
|28 (28)||2-bed over CH||SO 65% (HCA)||Armitage|
|29 (29)||2-bed over CH||SO 75% (HCA)||Leung|
SO = shared ownership; HCA = purchaser must be eligible for Help to Buy: Shared Ownership
28/5/15 (or 26?)