Grade II-listed St Luke’s church to be converted from former care home to apartments

Posted on - 29th March, 2021 - 7:00am | Author - | Posted in - Deepdale, Housing, Preston Council, Preston News, Redevelopment, St Matthews
St Luke's church. Pic: Google
St Luke’s church. Pic: Google

A planning application has been submitted to convert the former St Luke’s church into apartments.


The Grade II listed building is currently vacant – after being used as a care home and plans include the roof space being renovated into seven new apartments.

The renovation will be over two storeys and the five car parking spaces will stay in use.

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Six of the flats will be one bedroom and the final flat will have three bedrooms.

A CCTV system will be installed to deter crime in public areas of the complex.

The proposed main entrance for the residential accommodation is to be situated at the front elevation of the building with existing steps leading to it.

The agent for the development is SNOW Architects Ltd.

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