04:45AM, Tuesday 14 January 2014
Proposals to build 56 sheltered apartments at 3-6 Bridge Avenue are set to be discussed at a Royal Borough meeting tomorrow.
The outline plans would see the apartments and support accommodation built across six floors following the demolition of four existing buildings.
The development would be made up of one and two bedroom flats and would stand about 18m high.
A previous application to build sheltered accommodation at the site was submitted in July last year and refused on October 7.
Applicant, Aesos Projects LLP, has made changes to the refused plans, including increasing the communal living space and providing further information on the management and operation of the flats.
Other plans due to be discussed include a four-bed property at High Trees, Altwood Close and the addition of two extra floors to create six new apartments at Butler House in Market Street.
The planning meeting is due to start at 7pm at Maidenhead Town Hall in St Ives Road.
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