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Closed down ‘unattractive’ Mansfield Co-op could become new flats

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A closed down supermarket with an “unattractive appearance” could be turned into new flats. The old Co-op food shop on Carter Lane, Mansfield could be turned into apartments, if new plans are approved.

The property consists of a ground floor shop and first floor level previously used for storage and ancillary office space. The fresh proposal would split the ground floor and first floor into six self-contained apartments.

A planning document has said Co-operative retail received no interest in the building’s purchase at the time of sale or lease, with them putting it to auction three years after moving to new premises. The applicants have argued the most viable scheme for the building to be brought back into use would be to convert it into a residential space.

Read more: Parking concerns as village pub could be demolished to create houses

The shop front and side elevation window openings have been boarded for security purposes. The property does not have any form of designated car parking spaces, with it being neighboured by a row of shops.

Two first floor flats and a ground floor flat will use the existing shop front access to the property with proposed small roof to be placed over the entrance door. It is intended to also have independent newly created accesses with consistently designed roofs over entrance doors.

The building’s developer said the minor changes to the building’s exterior “would not adversely affect the privacy currently enjoyed by the neighbouring dwellings. They added that the property currently stands vacant and boarded giving an “unattractive appearance”.

In a planning document, Design and Planning Service on behalf of applicants Ms A.Wach and A.Moczynska, said: “The scheme, having regard to the design and layout amendments to grant planning permission of the existing property along with positioning of other properties in the immediate area, is considered to be suitably designed and could be undertaken and integrated without significant effect on the amenities of the local area or the existing residents nearby.” The planning application is currently pending consideration by Mansfield District Council.

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