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Back to the future: the developers converting Winchester offices back into homes
4:40pm Friday 16th August 2013 in News
DEVELOPERS are turning back the clock to convert offices back into homes in Winchester city centre.
Hythe Marine Services has been given permission by planning officers under delegated powers to convert Walcote Chambers, a Georgian building on the High Street, back into homes.
The proposal will see the offices turned into three houses, one of five bedrooms, one of three and one of two.
There are also three schemes whereby developers have been told they do not need to put in formal planning applications but can go ahead under general permitted development.
Padham Properties now has permission for three flats at 71a Parchment Street.
Concept Design & Planning is set to change offices into a four-bedroom house at the Ancient Order of Foresters Friendly Society, 6-7 St Clement Street.
Lastly Tri-Style Investments Ltd can convert the first, second and third floors to five self contained flats at 6 Jewry Street.
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