Fresh plans submitted for 300 homes at prime Nottingham site

The site in Nottingham was put up for sale for £36m earlier this year
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Fresh plans to turn the Castle Meadow office complex into almost 300 homes have been submitted to Nottingham City Council.

The plans supercede a previous application for the former HMRC offices made in 2018, which was granted permission in 2018, but has now expired. They have been submitted on behalf of Cannon Capital Developments by Goldstein Heather Architecture.

The homes will be arranged over five blocks, each of three floors in height.

Cannon Capital Developments was established in 2017 to lead and deliver projects of its own, in joint ventures or on behalf of third parties. The firm is appointed as development manager for the Mapeley HMRC portfolio.

Earlier this year the Castle Meadow site was put up for sale for £36m.