3rd Application to convert existing offices to housing with offices on ground floor
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Proposed demolition of existing building (currently split into 2 x 4 bed apartments) and erection of new three-storey development comprising 4 new build apartments (3 x 3 bed, 1 x 1 bed) with undercroft parking and additional vehicular access.
Development of a 150 room dementia care home, nursing home and Assisted Living Extra Care units (Class C2) Resubmission, with associated landscaping and car parking.
Residential development for 48 new units (10 two bed houses, 22 three bed houses, 15 four bed houses and 1 five bed house) and associated parking and landscaping.
Demolition and change of use of vacant D1 premises and erection of 2-3 storey building to accommodate 14 No Flats for C3 use.
A major redevelopment of Woodcote Park, including partial demolition of and amendments/additions to Listed Buildings and addition of extensive new facilities and parking, together with two new residences in Green Belt land.
Outline application (access, appearance, layout and scale) for demolition of existing building and the erection of 4 x two bedroom flats, 2 x one bedroom flats, 2 x two bedroom attached dwellings, 1 x self contained office and associated works.
Change of Use from offices (Use Class B1a), extension and external alterations to Crossways House to provide offices and a Hall of Residence (Use Class 2) comprising 97 student bedrooms. Change of Use from offices (B1a), part demolition and external alterations to Bradford House to provide offices and 4 No. flats (C3) and associated landscaping and parking.
Outline application (access, appearance, layout and scale) for erection of 6×2 bed flats, retention of existing access together with associated external works following demolition of existing building.
The change of use of 5 blocks to 15 no. residential units (C3) from staff consulting rooms (D1), office accommodation (B1) and patient living accommodation (C2) and works to improve the external appearance and energy efficiency of the proposed dwellings.