Burton Green HMO could be demolished to make way for five new homes

By James Smith

10th Jul 2024 | Local News

The HMO is currently fully occupied (image via planning application)
The HMO is currently fully occupied (image via planning application)

An HMO in Burton Green could be demolished to make way for five new homes, if plans are signed off by council planners.

A planning application to flatten Meadow View on Hob Lane to be replaced with four, four-bed homes and one three-bed has been submitted to Warwick District Council.

The application said the seven-bed HMO is currently fully occupied, and has mainly been used by young professionals since opening five years ago.

The site is behind a row of houses on Hob Lane. A greenhouse and outbuilding would also be knocked down.

Outline plans for the new homes (image via planning application)

Plans show the existing access off Hob Lane would be used for the new homes.

A stables with space for 12 horses is also on the site, but this will be retained.

"Advice was received regarding the access to the site," the application said. 

"It was advised that the proposal for five units (including retention of the stables) falls within the number of units that can be served from a private drive, any further development would require the drive to be brought up to adoptable standards."

See the full application here.

The HMO is currently fully occupied (image via planning application)

     

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