Lady Bay eco-apartments given the green light

Plans for the demolition of a period house and a new apartment block in Lady Bay have been given the go-ahead.

Work can now begin on the new-build nine two-bedroom apartments and one single apartment, in Trent Boulevard, after the plans were approved last night (Thursday, August 16).

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Stagfield, the developers behind the recent canal-side apartment block proposals in Lady Bay, submitted the application in April, 2018 to demolish the house and buildings and to build two new apartment blocks on Trent Boulevard.

The large Victorian property is next-but-one to the recently built Scout Hut at the former of Mona Road in Lady Bay.

The application, validated on 6th April, states:

‘Demolish existing house and ancillary buildings, erect 2xapartment blocks comprising 9×2 bed apartments, 1×1 bed apartment, plus 9 allocated parking spaces.’

The build is for nine 2-bedroom homes and one 1-bedroom home.

Green Party Councillor Sue Mallender, who represents Lady Bay at Rushcliffe Borough Council, said:

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“Even in houses where there were garages and drives there’s no room for modern vehicles. There’s a lot more on-street parking – it’s quite difficult to find a place to park.”