Boltro Road
New Build Apartments

To create 37 new, self-contained apartments on this town centre site would require the demolition of buildings of local historic interest. Detailed study of local and district planning policies was necessary  before a scheme could be conceived. A sensitive solution which retained many of the site’s existing features was considered to be the most appropriate way forward, and this eventually culminated in a successful planning consent.
To create 37 new, self-contained apartments on this town centre site would require the demolition of buildings of local historic interest. Detailed study of local and district planning policies was necessary  before a scheme could be conceived. A sensitive solution which retained many of the site’s existing features was considered to be the most appropriate way forward, and this eventually culminated in a successful planning consent.
To create 37 new, self-contained apartments on this town centre site would require the demolition of buildings of local historic interest. Detailed study of local and district planning policies was necessary  before a scheme could be conceived. A sensitive solution which retained many of the site’s existing features was considered to be the most appropriate way forward, and this eventually culminated in a successful planning consent.
To create 37 new, self-contained apartments on this town centre site would require the demolition of buildings of local historic interest. Detailed study of local and district planning policies was necessary  before a scheme could be conceived. A sensitive solution which retained many of the site’s existing features was considered to be the most appropriate way forward, and this eventually culminated in a successful planning consent.
To create 37 new, self-contained apartments on this town centre site would require the demolition of buildings of local historic interest. Detailed study of local and district planning policies was necessary  before a scheme could be conceived. A sensitive solution which retained many of the site’s existing features was considered to be the most appropriate way forward, and this eventually culminated in a successful planning consent.
To create 37 new, self-contained apartments on this town centre site would require the demolition of buildings of local historic interest. Detailed study of local and district planning policies was necessary  before a scheme could be conceived. A sensitive solution which retained many of the site’s existing features was considered to be the most appropriate way forward, and this eventually culminated in a successful planning consent.
To create 37 new, self-contained apartments on this town centre site would require the demolition of buildings of local historic interest. Detailed study of local and district planning policies was necessary  before a scheme could be conceived. A sensitive solution which retained many of the site’s existing features was considered to be the most appropriate way forward, and this eventually culminated in a successful planning consent.
To create 37 new, self-contained apartments on this town centre site would require the demolition of buildings of local historic interest. Detailed study of local and district planning policies was necessary  before a scheme could be conceived. A sensitive solution which retained many of the site’s existing features was considered to be the most appropriate way forward, and this eventually culminated in a successful planning consent.