Gosport Street, Laugharne


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Development of self build plots available in varying sizes with services connected located in the Historical Township of Laugharne

An ideal opportunity to build the dream home in a sought after location enjoying a superb setting with many of the plots having estuary views


The Pludds Meadow development comprises of 24 serviced plots which are ready for self build developments. The site is ideally located to have the home of your dreams build to your very own specification

The Township of Laugharne lays on the estuary of the RIver Taf and is located around 12 miles west of Carmarthen Town.

Laugharne is a Corporation and is an almost unique institution and together with the City of London Corporation, it is one of the last surviving medieval corporations in the United Kingdom

The population of Laugharne stood at 1,222 at the time of the 2011 census


Pludds Meadow is on the outskirts of the Township of Laugharne overlooking the estuary of the River Taf. A short walk from the development is the Grist which is the main square in the town where there is parking area and pubs, restaurant and shops, there is a lit path from the development that will lead you directly into the town.

The thriving primary school is located approximately 300 metres from the boundary of Pludds Meadow, next to the school there is a large floodlit sports field where they host rugby and cricket matches for all ages

Laugharne boasts a wide range of amenities such as a chemist, convenience store, delicatessen, cafes doctors surgery and many places to eat and drink including the famous Browns Hotel

Pludds Meadow is on the bus route to the town of Carmarthen (the nearest bur shelter is situated across the road from the development) which has a modern shopping centrewith many well knows shops such as Debenhams and Marks & Spencers which makes a great shopping experience

Carmarthen also has plenty in the way of entertainment where you can find a modern Leisure Centre, Bowling alley and a multi screen Cinema. Additionally Carmarthen is the location of the West wales Genaral Hospital at Glangwili, Dyfed Powys Police Headquarters and Trinity St Davids which is pat of the University of Wales.

Carmarthen is a very up and coming town with may large companies moving into the area. In 2018 S4C opened it £6,000,000 High Tech headquarters on the grounds of the Trinity St Davids Campus.

If you like to keep active then you will not be disappointed as Laugharne is located along the All Wales Coast Path which has a total length of 870 miles and spans the entire coastline of Wales. Along this path you can enjoy spectacular scenery, from soaring cliffs to golden sands

The township and its characters are though to have been the inspiration for the fictional town of Llareggub in one of his best known works namely Under Milk Wood


Heading Westbound from Carmarthen you take the A40 dual carriage towards St Clears, once nearing St Clears you turn off and follow the signs to Laugharne, joining the A4066 . This road will take you directly to Laugharne, drive through the township and you will find Pludds Meadow on the left hand side of the road before you exit the township.


In order to secure a well designed and constructed residential development, which contributes positively towards a residential development, which contributes positively towards the creation of a high quality environment, a set of design principles have been formulated to guide the sites future development

Dwellings will face into the site creating a small cul de sac

Dwellings will follow a uniform building line centred around the internal spine road that will serve the development

Each dwelling will provide on-plot parking

Dwellings will measure between 1 and 2.5 storeys in height

Uniform boundary treatments will be required consisting of front forecourts/gardens enclosed by hedgerows comprising of native species. Rear gardens divided by close board fencing.


Smooth painted render (painted in low contrast colour)

Stonework masonry (tumbled sandstone sourced from Black Mountain Quarries or Equivalent as approved by Carmarthenshire County Council and Sancler 3 Ltd)

Brickwork will not be permitted

Natural Grey slates

Any dormer windows will be small in proportion to roofs, shall be of gable fronted and pitched, set back from the eaves and set down from the ridge line


The design Principles are intended to guide prospective purchasers of the plots in order to achieve a co-ordinated design approach to the development of this site. The scale, layout, appearance and details of landscaping of each plot will be subject to reserved matters planning application. All proposals and materials to be approved prior to application by Sancler 3 Ltd


By appointment with the agents


All enquiries and negotiations to BJP Carmarthen Office. We have an obligation to our vendor clients to ensure that all offers made for the property can be substantiated and may in some instances require proof of funds. We will also require 2 forms of identification one being photographic evidence i.e drivers licence and the other a bank/building society statement, utility bill, credit card bill or any other form of ID, issued within the previous three months, providing evidence of residency as the correspondence address.


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