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Lady Bay eco-apartments given the green light


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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).

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.

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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:

“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.”

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