A former light industrial estate on Trent Lane, south of Colwick industrial estate on the east side of Nottingham is to be developed into residential properties after plans were approved by Nottingham City Council.
73 homes comprising of 50 houses and a block of 23 apartments are set to be built. The houses will include 11 two bed, 33 three bed and 11 four bed homes. This is to “provide a good mix of market options, from starter homes, or retirement downsizes, up to family homes,” according plans submitted by CPMG Architects on behalf of
All homes will also have their own private rear garden area and parking, and the four bed houses will have two parking spaces.
Multi-blend buff and cream brickwork is proposed for the builds.
A planning statement read: “The aspiration is that this development will help to act as
a catalyst for further regeneration within Nottingham’s Waterside Regeneration Zone.
“The proposal has been carefully developed to address the context of the wider area, in close liaison with Nottingham City Council, to ensure that the proposals accord with aspirations for the site and also for the overall regeneration strategy in this part of the city.”