At the SCAS AGM, we heard an update about The Gables Hotel, on London Road, the fate of which has been uncertain for some time.
“Another proposed development causing concern to members was the change of use of part of The Gables Hotel, 368 London Road, from Hotel to Retail, i.e. Coop “Convenience Store”. The Planning Application notice had appeared in May 2015. Comments on the application had to be in before 26/05/2015 and DO encouraged members to write their own letters of objection to the Planning Department. He said SCAS had already objected on the grounds of traffic problems and also that such a development would be a total lowering of standards in the residential and conservation area of Stoneygate.”
If you would like to object to the planning application, please do so by 26 May 2015. You can see the application and submit comments here. If you would like to object, please explicitly state this, so your comments are recorded as such.
Please take a look at the wonderful photographs taken during the recent SCAS trip to the National Tramway Museum, Crich. Please click on each image for a larger view.
- 4 Avenue Road, discharge of conditions attached to planning permission 20142414 (materials): 20150674
- 7 Burlington Road, alterations to driveway and disabled access ramp: 20150749
- 368 London Road, Gables Hotel, change of use from hotel to retail, three satellite dishes to roof, condenser unit, stairs, alterations: 20150787
- 31A Knighton Drive, felling of two trees: 20150840
Join us on Thursday 14th May for a guided walk led by Richard Gill and Neil Crutchley. Free for members and £6 for non-members, including a year’s membership with SCAS.
For full details please view this flyer.
The AGM will be taking place on 12 May, at 7.30pm and non-members are welcome.
For information about the Stoneygate Conservation Areas Society 2015 AGM, please view this flyer.
You can read our latest newsletter, the issue for April 2015, by visiting our newsletters page.