Flats and shop plan set to go ahead a Impact House, Castle Boulevard
A THREE-STOREY Victorian building looks set to be transformed into a shop with 10 flats above it.
Impact House, in Castle Boulevard, has been vacant for about seven years but was last used as NatWest bank's regional office and archive.
A planning application has been submitted to Nottingham City Council by Pickering Developments Ltd.
An existing parking bay on the road next to the goods entrance would be widened for access.
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The ten apartments proposed on the first and second floor would all have two bedrooms.
No objections were received to the application and the council's development control committee looks set to grant planning permission when it meets on Wednesday, November 21.
A number of conditions have been recommended, including one restricting the shop's opening hours to 7am to 11pm so nearby residents are not disturbed.