Historic Derbyshire mill complex set for transformation into apartments and houses

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Matthew Montague Architects have submitted a planning application to Derbyshire Dales District Council for the conversion of a 300-year-old derelict mill complex located near Matlock in Derbyshire.

The proposal aims to breathe new life into the derelict Lumsdale Mill by converting it into 11 apartments and 14 houses, offering a blend of modern residential living combined with the rich heritage and beauty of the site.

The planning application proposes converting the former mill into apartments, with additional houses to be constructed within the surrounding grounds.

If planning permission is granted the development will include a mix of two, three and four-bedroom apartments plus a number of bespoke affordable homes; making much needed accommodation in the area available to a range of residents.

With a total of 59 parking spaces planned for the site, the project aims to strike a balance between historical preservation and modern functionality.

Architect at Matthew Montague Architects, Paul Myers said: “The redevelopment of the site will provide much needed quality accommodation whilst preserving and securing the buildings for many years to come. The new dwellings combine heritage, innovation and sustainability; it will be a great place to live.”

The mill complex was originally built as the

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