Quick Telecast
Expect News First

Thelwall Grange Nursing Home demolition on the cards

0 95


Thelwall Grange Nursing Home has seen a planning application submitted that – if approved – would see part of the home pulled down and transformed.

Documents available on the council’s planning portal show that eight homes would be built on the site that the home currently sits on, with the design and access statement reading: “The building is to be converted to six two-bed apartments, a semi-detached three-bed dwelling, and a separate detached four-bed [home].”

Warrington Guardian: The home can be found off Weaste LaneThe home can be found off Weaste Lane (Image: Newsquest)

Developers say that the partial demolition/conversion of the building is to ‘ensure that the best and most architecturally significant element of the historic buildings on the site will be retained.’

The plans continue: “Following the removal of the modern extensions and alterations – including the stablings – the volume and scale of the demolished buildings on the site will be reused to provide 10 new dwellings ranging from two-bed bungalows to four-bed detached homes.”

Overall this would mean that the partial demolition would make way for 18 new homes in total.

According to the documents, four of the new homes would be considered ‘affordable,’ in compliance with planning legislation.

The nursing home closed in 2022, and has remained in a state of disuse since its closure.

Warrington Guardian: An artist's impression of how a four-bed home on the site could lookAn artist’s impression of how a four-bed home on the site could look (Image: Urban Imprint)

A four-month consultation period took place over the summer months between the developers and the council regarding the pre-submission of any planning applications.

The planning proposals are available to view on the council’s planning portal, and the public consultation period is open until December 12.

A decision is due to be made by planning officers at Warrington Borough Council by February 13, 2024.




Thelwall Grange Nursing Home has seen a planning application submitted that – if approved – would see part of the home pulled down and transformed.

Documents available on the council’s planning portal show that eight homes would be built on the site that the home currently sits on, with the design and access statement reading: “The building is to be converted to six two-bed apartments, a semi-detached three-bed dwelling, and a separate detached four-bed [home].”

Warrington Guardian: The home can be found off Weaste LaneThe home can be found off Weaste Lane (Image: Newsquest)

Developers say that the partial demolition/conversion of the building is to ‘ensure that the best and most architecturally significant element of the historic buildings on the site will be retained.’

The plans continue: “Following the removal of the modern extensions and alterations – including the stablings – the volume and scale of the demolished buildings on the site will be reused to provide 10 new dwellings ranging from two-bed bungalows to four-bed detached homes.”

Overall this would mean that the partial demolition would make way for 18 new homes in total.

According to the documents, four of the new homes would be considered ‘affordable,’ in compliance with planning legislation.

The nursing home closed in 2022, and has remained in a state of disuse since its closure.

Warrington Guardian: An artist's impression of how a four-bed home on the site could lookAn artist’s impression of how a four-bed home on the site could look (Image: Urban Imprint)

A four-month consultation period took place over the summer months between the developers and the council regarding the pre-submission of any planning applications.

The planning proposals are available to view on the council’s planning portal, and the public consultation period is open until December 12.

A decision is due to be made by planning officers at Warrington Borough Council by February 13, 2024.

FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS

Read original article here

Denial of responsibility! Quick Telecast is an automatic aggregator of the all world’s media. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials, please contact us by email – [email protected]. The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Leave a comment
Ads Blocker Image Powered by Code Help Pro

Ads Blocker Detected!!!

We have detected that you are using extensions to block ads. Please support us by disabling these ads blocker.

buy kamagra buy kamagra online