Outline permission has been granted for two new homes to be constructed following the demolition on Green Belt land, in the hamlet of Colney Street.

The plans would see outbuildings Frogmore Lodge - located at 202 Radlett Road, which sits between Park Street and Radlett - replaced with two dwellings. 

Seven outbuildings currently sit on the land including a shed, shelter and hay barn.

Herts Advertiser: Frogmore Lodge, on Radlett Road, Colney Street.Frogmore Lodge, on Radlett Road, Colney Street. (Image: Google Maps)

The homes planned to replace the outbuildings would be brick built and finished with tiled pitched roofs. They will have private rear gardens and off-street parking.  


A supporting statement included within the application claims that the development and removal of outbuildings will improve the environment in the area: "The floor area and volume of built form on the site will fall substantially as a result of this development, improving the openness of the Green Belt."

Herts Advertiser: Existing and proposed elevations for the land at 202 Radlett Road.Existing and proposed elevations for the land at 202 Radlett Road. (Image: Just Plans / St Albans City & District Council)

The plans can be viewed by using reference 5/2022/2904 on the St Albans City & District Council planning portal.

No objections have been made to the application.