Plans for the former Sharoe Green House neuro-rehabilitation centre, which was turned into a community centre in 2015, is up for debate this week.Advertisement
It will be discussed on Thursday 4 February by the planning committee whether it will become an education centre.
The current building which is opposite the Masjid-e-Salaammosque is set to be demolished and turned into an Islamic school.
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It has been suggested that it will be renovated into a three-story building with 44 new car parking spaces which will take the total to 104.
It will become a purpose-built two and three storey building with 2,874 sqm floorspace across all storeys.
The site is located in Fulwood and situated on Watling Street Road, which is a primary route running east to west through Fulwood.
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The ground floor would be a nursery, hall space and catering area and classroom facilities, whilst the first floor will provide additional hall space and classrooms, with further classrooms on the second floor.
Current opening hours for the facility are 07:30am to 22:00pm Monday to Friday, 08:00am to 22:00pm on Saturdays and 08:00am to 21:00pm on Sundays and Bank Holidays, and these are to stay the same if the application is approved.
The application by Cassidy + Ashton is to be approved if it meets conditions such as: car parking to be laid out prior to occupation.
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