Plans for apartments on bowling green voted through

Published 19th October 2022 by ProCon Nottinghamshire

Plans to build 29 one- and predominantly two-bed apartments on a disused bowling green, pavilion building and car park on Addison Street, Nottingham, have been given the green light.

Planning bosses at Nottingham City Council last week recommended that the scheme be approved and on Wednesday afternoon the council’s planning committee unanimously voted it through.

The application for the scheme was submitted back in April by Rayner Davies Architects. Unitech Plus is the developer behind the proposals.

Whilst the bowling green itself won’t be retained, the rectilinear and open feel of the site as a green square with buildings and mature vegetation to the perimeters is one of the key design concepts adopted in the proposals, says Rayner Davies. The Clubhouse building is Georgian and will be retained, refurbished and converted to apartments as part of the proposal, with new buildings behind the Bulwell Stone wall fronting Addison Street.

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