Green light to replace 1970s bungalow with modern apartment building

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Plans have been approved to demolish a dormer bungalow located within the North Cheshire Green Belt and replace it with apartments.

The site, located at the end of Weston Road, comprises of a vacant detached three bedroom dwelling which was built around 1970.

It will be replaced with a three-storey building of modern design, with one floor being below ground level, containing 3 three-bedroom apartments. Along with 10 parking spaces.

Qdos Development Limited were previously granted planning permission in 2018 to the existing single storey Hyrne House and replace it with a detached 5 bedroom house along with 3 car parking spaces.

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Roger Bagguley
Sunday 26th May 2019 at 4:16 pm
Two storeys from the front, three from the river valley. A radical change of view. Not a good decision.
Rick Andrews
Thursday 30th May 2019 at 10:05 am
Another planning variation to increase value of site and add to number of cars. Has now become a standard tactic. Get permission for 1 property - wait a few months - apply for new scheme with increased units. It seems that there is no longer any challenge from the planning officers and neighbours comments are disregarded.
Marcia McGrail
Friday 31st May 2019 at 4:10 pm
Yes, Rick - I and many others would agree with you. The planners appear deaf and dumb to the greed and craftiness of developers' rendition of 'if you want a horse, make them think it's only a kitten you are after...'
They will not have to live next to it.

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