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Public notices: Reserved matters submitted for York Road development

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This week's public notices contain information on an application for the approval of reserved matters relating to an approved application for flats in York Road, Maidenhead. 

Outline planning permission was approved for the demolition of all existing buildings on the site of the Desborough Bowling Club in October 2018.

The plans will consist of a building comprising eight, seven and six storey blocks, with two four-storey linking elements. This will provide 149 apartments, accompanied by 169 car parking spaces and 149 cycle spots, as well as access and landscaping.

Desborough Bowling Club moved out of its York Road venue to a new facility in Green Lane in May 2019.

This latest application is for the reserved matters which were not approved last time, relating to the landscaping. 

Meanwhile, a developer has applied for some changes to an approved application for 26 apartments in Maidenhead town centre.

DG Maidenhead Holding Ltd wants to vary some of the conditions that were approved when the application for 70-72 High Street was given the green light on April 2.

Changes are sought for the flat layouts and other alterations to the buildings, as well as the inclusion of a sprinkler room.

Elsewhere, an application in Cookham Dean wants permission to complete a garage conversion and turn the area into habitable accommodation.

An application has been submitted for Grove Cottage, in Church Road, to build a single-storey front and rear extension to the garage, and link the extension with the main building following the demolition of an existing link wall.

Over in Cookham, a homeowner has applied for approval to construct one additional storey to their property, with a maximum height of 2.9 metres.

The alterations are for a property named Winterbourne, in Berries Road.

To view this week's public notices in full, click here. 

  • A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that fresh plans had been submitted for 149 flats on the site of the old Desborough Bowling Club in Maidenhead. The application in this week's public notices actually contains information on reserved matters which were not considered when the plans were originally approved. We apologise for the error. 

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