Former church near railway station to be turned into flats
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Over a year after they were first submitted to Nottingham City Council, plans to turn a building close to Nottingham Railway Station into 27 apartments have been revealed.
The Prime Pension Trust will redevelop Station House on Crocus Street to include 22 one-bedroom and 5 two-bedroom flats.
Station House had previously been occupied by the Christ Embassy Church as a place of worship.
A planning statement from Carney Sweeney said: “The proposed development is deemed to be sustainable development in an appropriate location and is presented in accordance with the statutory Development Plan and national planning policy. As such, planning permission should be granted.”