Joint-venture gets backing of planning chiefs to bring former pub back to life

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Fresh plans to bring social housing to Nottingham and breathe life back into a historic pub, that has laid empty for a number of years, have been given the backing of Nottingham City Council’s planning chiefs.

The scheme, a joint venture between Bmor and Carlton Street Trading, will be voted on when the council’s planning committee sits next week, but it has been recommended for approval.

The Grove, located on Castle Boulevard, Nottingham, was built in 1886 and is included on the list of Local Heritage Assets for its aesthetic and townscape value. The plans include the conversion of the iconic building, as well as the addition of an extension over the current car park, to create 27 one-and two-bedroom social housing apartments for key workers.


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