Plans have been submitted for the former Lamb Hotel in Church Street to be converted into flats.Advertisement
The plans include 11 new flats which will consist of eight one-bedroom flats and three studios.
These will be over the existing basement, ground, first, second and a proposed third-floor within the existing loft space.
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However, the application does not include any car parking proposals.
John Bridge, who is the architect behind the project said: “We are restoring the historic front Grade II Listed Front Elevation, and ensuring that we feature the wonderful crescent bay to the first floor.
“It’s a personal one for me, as my father used to play their in a Rock Band (Rob Bridge – Touch) in the 1990’s.
“The Developer YsF Developments is really keen to make the project work economically in providing design led residential inner city living space.”
The former hotel is currently a Grade-II listed building.
It is currently vacant but the upper floors were previously used as accommodation.
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To the rear elevation, plans are proposed to build a new dormer which will create more living space through the existing loft area.
Plans include the use of none to low-maintenance materials which will match the existing previous material palette.
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