This newsletter has four items because a lot has been happening recently!
Most excitingly we have been granted planning permission to make the changes we have requested to the interior of Brincliffe House.You can see the details of the planning application approval if you click on:https://planningapps.sheffield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&keyVal=O4JWLXNYFY000
This means that we are able to go on to the next stage, draw up working drawings and find a builder to do the work. We anticipate that the work on the building will start on January 9th 2017 and take about six or seven months to complete.
Now we will be able to submit a planning application for the new building we hope to build in the grounds in due course. Once again we will invite you to have a look at those new plans and eat cake with us. We will send out invitations during October.
Also we want to let you know that we have re-opened our membership.There are some units available for people who want to join our community.There’s a range of sizes from one very small unit (44 m2) that would suit one person. ... up to a large unit (130 m2 ) with two or three bedrooms.If you want to find out more please e-mail us email@example.com
And finally we are still looking for people who might want to invest in the development of On the Brink.We have made a short video to explain the investment offer: https://youtu.be/ZChh56DSsakotbcohousing@gmail.com.The deal is that investors can choose the interest level that they are comfortable with up to a maximum of 3%.When the building work is finished and On the Brink members sell their houses to live in Brincliffe House the investors get their money back.We do also have a prospectus that fills in more details about the investment.Please ask for one if you are interested.
We have been finding some very interesting ‘original features’ as we get to know Brincliffe House a bit better. We hope that these can all be preserved and enhanced during the renovation work within the house.
Some of the magnificent plaster covings and embellishments were hidden by the suspended ceilings.
Under the carpeted flooring on the ground floor there are some amazing tiles.
A vaulted cellar is now clear of filing cabinets!
Some of the stained glass work panels which we have found in storage.