Plans for 76-bed student flats withdrawn
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Plans to turn Norwich Union House in Nottingham’s Old Market Square into 76-bed student flats scheme have been withdrawn.
The plans, which were first lodged with Nottingham City Council in May, were submitted by Staniforth Architects on behalf of a Kent-based company called RedOak Project D SA.
The development was to span the first to fifth floors of the building.
However, Nottingham City Council has withdrawn the application on the request of Staniforth Architects.
Staniforth weren’t available for comment as we went to press.
Norwich Union House is a six-storey building located on the south side of the Old Market Square. On the groundfloor is Wetherspoons, the entrance to Norwich Union House and the Royal Bank of Scotland.