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Thank you for requesting information on Courtlands, Arundel Road, Tangmere, Chichester PO18 0JZ. Street Talking is a straight talking report packed with information on your particular postcode and the surrounding area. Inside you’ll find details on planning applications within a 100 radius of your chosen property - from loft conversions and conservatories to change of use and commercial premises, you’ll discover precisely who’s building what and where.

There’s also comparative information on local property prices, together with actual house sales numbers. We compare house types in the area and match these against the national average to give you a clear view of your local property market. For straight talking, help, advice and a unique overview of your particular postcode, trust Street Talking. For those of us with school age children, education is very high on the agenda, so we feature all the primary and secondary schools in the area and provide you with all the contact details, together with each school’s OFSTED rating. Making an informed decision about your child’s education has never been easier. The ‘green issue’ has never been more topical and, once again, you can trust Street Talking to bring you the facts and figures on your area - covering everything from potential flooding and wind speeds to recycling.

Train Station

Supermarket / Convenience Store


Tourist Information

Barnham Station, -

Boxgrove Post Office & Stores, The Street, Boxgrove, Chichester, PO18 0DX

Doctors Surgery, Heemse, Malcolm Road, Tangmere, Chichester, PO20 2HS

Tourist Information Centre, 29a, South Street, Chichester, PO19 1AH

Distance (km): 3.41

Distance (km): 0.33

Distance (km): 0.50

Distance (km): 3.44

Underground Station

Post Office



No data found within 5km

Post Office (Boxgrove), The Street, Boxgrove, Chichester, PO18 0DX

Dr Wilson & Partner, Malcolm Road, Tangmere, Chichester, PO20 2HS

Tangmere Military Aviation Museum, Gamecock Terrace, Tangmere, Chichester, PO20 2ES

Distance (km): Not applicable

Distance (km): 0.33

Distance (km): 0.52

Distance (km): 0.62

Bus Station




Bus Station, -

Bader Arms, Malcolm Road, Tangmere, Chichester, PO20 2HS

Liano, Paul Daniel, Heemse, Malcolm Road, Tangmere, Chichester, PO20 2HS

Chichester Cinema At New Park, New Park Road, Chichester, PO19 7XY

Distance (km): 3.53

Distance (km): 0.46

Distance (km): 0.50

Distance (km): 3.09

Taxi firm




Apple Cars, 163, Oving Road, Chichester, PO20 2AG

Winterton Arms, Crockerhill, Chichester, PO18 0LH

Sainsbury's Instore Pharmacy, Westhampnett Road, Chichester, PO19 7YR

Chichester Festival Theatre, Oaklands Park, Chichester, PO19 6AP

Distance (km): 2.31

Distance (km): 0.70

Distance (km): 2.26

Distance (km): 3.14

Petrol Station


Hospital (Non A&E)

Garden Centres

Tangmere Service Station, Arundel Road, Tangmere, Chichester, PO18 0DU

Cassons Restaurant, Arundel Road, Tangmere, Chichester, PO18 0DU

St Richard's Hospital, St. Richards Hospital, Spitalfield Lane, Chichester, PO19 6SE

Tangmere Airfield Nurseries, The Old Airfield, City Fields Way, Tangmere, Chichester, PO20 2FT

Distance (km): 0.36

Distance (km): 0.44

Distance (km): 2.74

Distance (km): 0.54

Petrol Station

Cash Machine

Hospital (A&E)


Mrh Westergate Spar, Nyton Road, Westergate, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 3UN

Cash Machine (Hanco ATM Systems Ltd)

St Richard's Hospital, St. Richards Hospital, Spitalfield Lane, Chichester, PO19 6SE

Sand Ceramics, 12, Temple Bar Business Park, Strettington, Chichester, PO18 0TU

Distance (km): 2.06

Distance (km): 0.36

Distance (km): 2.74

Distance (km): 1.13

Average house prices for your area. The price someone is willing to pay for a property depends greatly on its characteristics. These include design and presentation, but more importantly its location and neighbourhood. The prices here are average prices for property sold within the postcode sector*, during the fourth quarter of 2009.

Last Quarter Sales 10

Last Quarter Sales 0

Last Quarter Sales 0

Average: £464699

Average: Too few sales

Average: Too few sales Average: £151000

National Average: £314542

National Average: £188823

National Average: £178331

Last Quarter Sales 3

National Average: £205828

Council Tax Costs Council Tax Band


National Average

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*Crown Copyright 2010 Land Registry. Crown Copyright material is reproduced with the permission of Land Registry under the delegated Authority from the Controller of HMSO. Permitted Use: Viewers of this information are granted permission to access the Crown Copyright material and download it onto electronic, magnetic, optical or similar storage media provided that such activities are for private research, study or in-house use only. Any other use of the material requires the formal written permission of Land Registry which can be requested from Land Registry, and is subject to an additional licence and associated charge.

Taking the smallest geographical area, the latest census data (Source: 2001 census area statistic) can reveal a profile of your neighbours, based on age, education and employment. Age Profile

The majority of people in you postcode sector are aged between 35-44 years of age. The lowest number of people are aged 85+. Age Range











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Employment Profile

The proportion of people who are employed living in this postcode sector is greater than the national average of 60.5%. Approximately 16.4% of people are retired. This is above the national average of 13.3%. Unemployment levels are less than the national average of 3.4%. The following information provides a profile of the type of people working in the area. Percentage (%) in Area

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Education Profile

Information available for the area suggests that there are a lower proportion of people who have no qualifications compared to the national average. There also appears to be a lower than average proportion of people educated to degree level or above. The following information indicates the type of qualifications that people hold within this area. Percentage (%) in Area.

National Average as a Percentage (%)

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Higher level qualifications



Crown Copyright: census data remains Crown Copyright. Census output is Crown Copyright and is reproduced with the permission of HMSO and the Queens Printer's for Scotland.

Choosing a School Choosing a school is one of the most important decisions you will make for your child. To have the best chance of getting your child into the primary or secondary school of your choice, you must apply well in advance.

Applying for a school place Once you have narrowed down your list of preferred schools, it's time to apply for a place.

Admissions criteria

If you have school age children, a primary consideration when choosing a new home has to be the quality and accessibility of schools in your area. In this section, Street Talking takes a look at the Primary and Secondary Schools closest to PO18 0 and compares their performance against each other and the national average. Making an informed choice about your child’s education has just been made a lot easier.

Before submitting your application, it's very important to read the school's admission criteria; different schools have different criteria. If the school you're interested in is popular, the admissions criteria will give you a realistic idea of your child's chances of getting a place there. It is important that you apply in the Autumn Term a year before your child is due to start.

When will you find out the results of your application? For Secondary schools, admissions authorities send out offer letters on 1 March. Primary school offer dates vary, so it’s always best to check with your local authority. The Local Authority details are: Chichester District Council Address: East Pallant House, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 1TY Phone: 01243 785166

Appealing against a school place decision Sometimes schools do not have enough places for the number of children who have applied. If your child does not get a place at the school you prefer, you have a legal right to appeal.

Nursery Schools – Key Stage 0 The following records within 2000m have been found within this search. No Institution performance data is available for Key Stage 0. ID






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Nursery School


Rural Chichester Children & Family Centre, Bishop Road, Tangmere, Chichester, PO20 2JB 1, Tangmere Road, Tangmere, Chichester, PO20 2HW

Infant Schools – Key Stage 1 The following records within 2000m have been found within this search. No Institution performance data is available for Key Stage 1. ID



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Bishop Road, Tangmere, Chichester, PO20 2JB The Street, Boxgrove, Chichester, PO18 0EE

Junior Schools – Key Stage 2 The following records within 2000m have been found within this search. Average results for England are shown in italics. No results data is published for Scotland and Wales. Average % of pupils Level 4 or above Across 3 Core Subjects

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Tangmere Primary School, Bishop Road, Tangmere, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 2JB Boxgrove CofE Primary School, The Street, Boxgrove, Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 0EE

































Secondary Schools - Key Stage 3 Key Stage 3 Database searched to 2000m and no data found.

Secondary Schools - Key Stage 4 Key Stage 4 Database searched to 2000m and no data found.

Recycling at home.

Recycling at home is really simple and is something everyone can do, resulting in less waste being sent to landfill. Sort out your rubbish and encourage everyone in your house to recycle. Most residents have some form of kerbside collection. Contact your local council for a recycling box. You should also receive a timetable for collection dates. Take your recyclables to your recycling sites. Use your household waste recycling centres. Chichester District Council Address: East Pallant House, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 1TY

Recycling Centre Westhamptnett H W R C, Coach Road, Westhampnett, Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 0NX Distance (km): 2.06

Time to fit a Wind Turbine. Is PO18 0 suitable?

The Government is certainly encouraging us all to make a difference to climate change and grants are available of up to £2,500 for the installation of your own turbine. Most small wind turbines generate direct current (DC) electricity which is stored in a battery. The DC electricity needs to be converted to AC (alternating current) for mains electricity. You also need a controller to divert power to another useful source (such as space and/or water heaters) when the battery is fully charged. How much can I expect to pay?

Systems up to 1kW will cost around £1,500, whereas larger systems in the region of 2.5kW to 6kW would cost between £10,000 - £25,000 installed. The Average wind speed (m/s) for

PO18 0 and surrounding 9km is:- 4.7 The Energy Saving Trust says you should only consider a wind turbine when: The local annual average wind speed is 6m/s or more and there are no major obstacles nearby such as buildings, trees or hills that are likely to reduce the wind speed or increase turbulence. You also have to consider conservation and planning issues. You normally need permission from the local authority to install a system.

Flood Risk Map for the Property

Water Meters Some households in the UK can save as much as ÂŁ200 a year. Is it worth you fitting one? As a rough rule of thumb, if there are more bedrooms in your house than people, consider getting a meter.

The Quick Way For a quick calculation we recommend two useful sites. Simply input your details and both sites will quickly calculate whether a meter will help you to cut your water bill.

The Accurate Way For a more accurate, but time consuming comparison, call your water company and ask it to provide you with a ‘water meter calculator' which makes it easy for you to work out whether you'll save. The water company for PO18 0 is: Southern Water

Flooding Guidance:-

National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty

The Environment Agency river and tidal flood data indicates There are no "Areas of that there are no Floodplains within 50m of the site. The centre Outstanding Natural Beauty" of the study site is not located within 50m of an area benefiting or "National Parks" close to the from flood defences. property. Flooding Definitions:-

A Zone 2 floodplain estimates the annual probability of flooding as one in one thousand (0.1%) or greater from rivers and the sea but less than 1% from rivers or 0.5% from the sea.

Whilst these areas undoubtedly add value to properties and by their nature can be beautiful to look at, there may be some additional planning constraints which can limit what you can do to the property. If you are planning on altering or

A Zone 3 estimates the annual probability of flooding as one in extending the property and it is in or one hundred (1%) or greater from rivers and a one in two close to any of these areas, you may wish to contact the Local Authority hundred (0.5%) or greater from the sea. Alternatively, where information is available they may show the highest known flood level.

Planning Department to discuss what works may be permitted.

How do you make a planning application?

It’s pretty simple! All you have to do is: apply to your local council for planning permission. Planning applications are decided in line with the development plan unless there are very good reasons not to do so. Points that will be looked at include the following: ➢ Number, size, layout, siting and external appearance of buildings ➢ Proposed means of access ➢ Landscaping and impact on the neighbourhood ➢ Availability of infrastructure, such as roads and water supply

Types of application

Outline - For a new building, you can make an outline application to find out whether the development is acceptable in principle. This has the advantage that detailed drawings are not needed, but it will help if you provide the council with as much information as possible. Reserved Matters - These comprise siting, design, external appearance, means of access and landscaping. What you propose must be consistent with the outline permission, if not you may need to reapply. Full – A full planning application requires the submission of all details of the proposal and is appropriate if you wish to change the use.

Planning Applications within 100 metres of Courtlands, Arundel Road, Tangmere, Chichester PO18 0JZ The following records have been found within 100m of this search. Those within and around a 100m buffer are represented as points on the Planning Applications map. ID

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Holly Cottage, Arundel Road, Tangmere, Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 0JZ Olde Cottage Inn, Arundel Road, Tangmere, Chichester, Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 0DU Olde Cottage Inn, Arundel Road, Tangmere, Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 0DU

Application Reference 06/03635/FUL

Application Date 22/08/2006




2 Houses

House Extn (Exact)

Detailed Planning Granted

TG/02/02533/C OU


Change of use

House Extn (Proximity)

Detailed Planning Submitted

TG/03/00396/C OU


House (Conversion)

House Extn (Proximity)

Detailed Planning Submitted

Projects (proximity) The following records within 100m have been found within this search and are shown on the Planning Applications map. ID 4A

Distance [m] 63.0

Description 4 Houses Application Ref: TG/02/00149 Application Date: 21/01/2002 Accuracy: Projects (Proximity) Status: Outline Planning Refused

Description Address: Old Cottage Restaurant, Arundel Road, Tangmere, Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 0 Description: Scheme comprises construction of 4-two bedroom houses. Comments: An application (ref: TG/02/00149) for Outline Planning permission was refused by Chichester D.C. on 15th March 2002.

Note: An exact match is one where the property has been located to within one metre of its central position. A proximity match is where an exact match could not be made. This may be for several reasons such as an incomplete postal address, a new build not having yet been allocated a postal address by the Royal Mail or a large project - eg: a road or major property development covering a large land area that we cannot give an exact location to.

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