KEEPING TRACK OF JQ PLANNING APPLICATIONS

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There are lots of potential new developments in the pipeline, which will further enhance the Jewellery Quarter’s offering.

Click each link below to see the details of new planning applications in the area:

Studio Two, The Platinum, 87 Branston Street –  Change of use of ground floor from live / work unit (Sui Generis/A1 & B1) to dwelling use (C3).

24 Pemberton Street – Change of use from Use Class B1 to Use Class C3 (residential).

Land bound by Moreton Street, Pope Street and Carver Street – Demolition of existing buildings / structures on site and redevelopment for 318 residential units, parking, landscaping and associated works.

Albion Court, 18-20 Frederick Street – Removal of existing glazed pyramidal roof and replace with minimal pitch roof.

15-20 St Paul’s Square – Conversion of existing first and second floor office space (A2 use) to 31 bedroom hotel (C1 use).

168 Warstone Lane – Removal and installation of new ATM and associative works.

38A George Street – Change of use from office (B1a) use to a dwelling house (C3).

The Old Biscuit Factory, 15 Caroline Street – Sub-division of 2no. existing restaurant units (Use Class A2) to 4no. Commercial units (Use Classes A1, A2 and A3)

48 Frederick Street – Part change of use of rear to gallery (D2) and restaurant / cafe and drinking establishment (A3/A4) use.

Pasta Di Piazza, 11 Brook Street – Change of use of first floor from residential (Use Class C3) to restaurant (Use Class A3). Listed Building Consent for internal alterations and creation. of new staircase

Land at Icknield Street/Pope Street/Moreton Street – Minor Material Amendment attached to planning approval 2012/06674/PA for the revision of approved plans due to minor changes in the design devlelopment and replaced with revised information

First floor rear of Unit 20, Hockley Street – Change of use of first floor rear to hair and beauty salon with training and clothing boutique.

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