A hotel in Beeston could be transformed into a 12-bedroom house.
Broxtowe Borough councillors will consider an application to turn the Linden Leaf Hotel in Station Road, Beeston, into an HMO (House in Multiple Occupation).
Papers submitted by applicant JBM Property Management show that there would be two kitchen areas and each bedroom would have its own en-suite.
A planning document stated: “The change of use relates to the current use of the existing bedrooms to change from temporary accommodation as
a hotel, into a permanent residence.
“The alternative use of the building as a permanent residence would have a beneficial impact on the neighbours and neighbouring amenity, in that it would create a more inclusive occupancy where people are living rather than staying temporarily.”
The home would have five parking spaces and provision for lockable bike storage.
A separate two-bed flat is attached to the building but not part of the planning application.
Planning documents state: “The current amount of occupants would be similar, and so the number of comings and goings to the property would be similar and not intensify the site in any way.
“The proposals have been designed in accordance with the Broxtowe HMO property standards to ensure there is sufficient bedroom sizes, bathroom amenity and communal facilities for all occupants to have a comfortable standard of living.”
Councillors will consider the application at a future meeting.