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Apartments on former London Road filling station site get the go-ahead

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Nottingham City Council has approved proposals for 90 apartments on the site.

The application by Monk Estates, the developers behind the Waterside Apartments on Trent Bridge, is for the former Lace Market Self Serve, London Road, Nottingham and comprises
a residential development of 85 ( recently amended to 90 ) apartments including communal facilities, basement parking and a commercial unit.

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The basement parking and commercial unit have been removed from revised plans.

The application site is bounded by London Road, Plumptre Square and Pemberton Street and lies to the north west of the London Road roundabout on land that sits below the Lace Market Cliff.

The site was occupied by a former petrol filling station/car wash and a temporary car park. To the north of the site is Seeley House which has previously provided student accommodation.

Along Malin Hill, that runs along the Cliff edge, is Trivett House which contains residential properties and has office accommodation at ground floor. The site lies in an area that comprises a mix of residential and commercial uses.

Here are the plans.

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