Plans revealed to turn former recording studio into flats
A former recording studio in Nottingham city centre is set to be turned into apartments.
Hockley Developments has lodged plans with the city council to turn the St Andrews Hall building on Alfred Street North into 16 flats. The site is currently vacant, but was previously used by a charity.
Plans show the development will consist of eight 1-bed duplex units and eight 1-bed single storey units.
A statement accompanying the plans reads: “The proposed works to be carried out on the property will have a positive effect on the local economy by providing accommodation for young professionals, or similar, looking to live in an affordable, family-friendly, residential area while still being close to the convenience of city centre amenities.
“Furthermore, the size and location of the development will be highly sought after by residents trying to live and work close to Nottingham City Centre. It is intended that the development will support the younger demographic by allowing them to affordably live-in modern accommodation close to their places of work.”