Planning & Development

75 Stour Street
Canterbury, Kent CT12NR

Project Details

  • Location
    Canterbury, Kent
  • Year
  • Planning Sought
    5 Houses
Project Team

Architects – MKA Associates
John Hebel, Project Manager
Deborah Hebel, Planning & Interior Design

Stour Street PLanning Recommendation

Purchased 2013 Freehold office building B1 Use with lapsed planning for conversion to 6 houses.

A grade 11 listed property very close to the pedestrianised Parade in Central Canterbury, Kent.

Initially, changes were made to substantially improve rental income.

Research at the Canterbury Cathedral archives revealed that historically the building had been a series of linked houses and a planning application was submitted in 2016 for conversion to 5 houses. This added weight for its conversion.

Permission was sought and approved in 2016.

A material start was obtained in 2019.  Archaeology conditions passed.

View of Canterbury Cathedral
  • 75 Stour Street

    75 Stour Street

  • Picturesque View of Stour Street

    View of Stour Street

  • Stour Street Approach

    Stour Street Approach

  • Stour Street Courtyard

    Stour Street Courtyard

  • 75 Stour Street

    75 Stour Street

  • Roof Top View

    Roof Top View

  • stour-street-parking

    Stour Street Parking

  • Stour Street Interior

    Stour Street Interior

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    Deborah Hebel, Director
    Shubunkin Ltd

    F9c Stour Street
    Canterbury, UK