Our full site design shows prospective purchasers how the Flosh Meadows family home site with a variety of plot sizes & prices will grow into a well-integrated sustainable & attractive community.

The orange block in each plot shows the area within which your house must sit, there is no need nor requirement to build to this maximum size, we also show a 10m square to indicate how a large 10m square house or larger could sit

Our country-side self-build community looking onto the local Dent Fell has immediate access to public transport, employment, shops, education, health & sporting facilities and much more.

Selected plots from “The Meadow” will be offered for sale first.

When further plots are offered for sale, persons who purchased at an earlier stage will be notified before others, thereby allowing them, their relatives or friends to make an early purchase:

National statistics show that self-builders build their family home to a higher standard than ‘other’ house builders.

These high standards will improve the local housing stock while also improving the local employment for builders and service providers, especially in the friendly village of Cleator with its history of 11c church foundations and E W Pugin 19c designed church and Lourdes like grotto with Wainright Coast to Coast walkers passing over the route of a Roman Road.

National experts on Right To Build website being the government ‘bible’ to Local Authorities on how to deal with Self Build procedures say: “Plot Passports alongside Design Codes are a simple way of helping private homebuilders understand what they can build on their plot. The code should not be overly prescriptive, private home builders want to have a major say in the design of their home, so developers & local authorities should not micro-manage house designs.

It is accepted that self builders wish to make the major decisions in the design of their new home.

A good Design Code should allow for design variation, creativity, innovation and originality; it will also specify what is mandatory and what is optional.

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