A planning application submitted to Preston City Council is seeking approval to turn Parkinson House, 68 West Cliff, Preston into supported housing units for vulnerable adults also including associated staff facilities.Advertisement
The submitted proposal seeks to create six apartments to become part of the HomeLife supported accommodation property company, whom are North West based. Parkinson House (No. 68 West Cliff) is a Grade II Listed building, built in approximately 1850.
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Plans suggest the building, which had previously been a hostel, will cater for six vulnerable adults.
The building proposes three floors, with each floor consisting of two one bed apartments.
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The planning application submitted by Homelife Holdings Limited says: “All accommodation is refurbishment of the existing building – no new floor area is created.
“Some small alterations will be required, however they are generally either replacing non original elements of the building or re-introducing and restoring original openings and proportions.”
The planning application number for this building is: 06/2021/0455.
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