Green light for convenience store and retirement apartments

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Planning permission has been approved for a new convenience store and 77 retirement apartments in Edwalton, near Nottingham.

Developer Charterpoint and not-for-profit housing provider Anchor have been given the go-ahead from Rushcliffe Borough Council for the project at the corner of Rose Way and Melton Road.

The 2.2-acre site will include a single-storey convenience store and a three-story retirement apartment complex offering one and two-bedroom units.

Anchor will manage the retirement development, which will feature various amenities and a courtyard garden, along with 77 apartments.

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Charterpoint will develop the remaining area for the convenience store.

Charterpoint CEO Adrian Goose said: “We are very pleased to have received reserved matters planning consent for this key plot in Edwalton and

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