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Apartments on day nursery site in Lady Bay get the green light

Rushcliffe Borough Council’s planning committee voted the proposals through at a meeting at 2 pm 8 December at Rushcliffe Arena. 

The plans are to demolish the former Wishing Well Day Nursery premises in 2 Oakfield Road in Lady Bay and to build 9 two-storey modern apartments on the land.

The planning committee members voted:

9 – in support

1 – against

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Therefore the plans have been approved.

The application sought full planning permission for the demolition of existing building; the erection of 9 No. 2 storey apartments; with associated works in including landscaping and access works including to an underground garage parking area.

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Documents considered state that that for planning purposes officers have considered the proposal as dwellings and not apartments as they are two-storey units of accommodation, with their own separate front doors, and no shared facilities/common areas (with the exception of the parking garage and some small communal garden areas).

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