Change of use approved for Grade II listed Nottingham building

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Plans from Pan Albion LLP for the change of use of the basement and ground floor at 13 St Peters Gate into offices or retail space have been approved by Nottingham City Council.

Approval has also been given for a mezzanine level on the ground floor.

The late 19th century, three storey (plus basement) Grade II listed building, was originally constructed as waterworks offices, and was later converted to a bank. The bank use ceased in the early 1990s and in the late 1990s the ground floor and basement were converted to restaurant.

The ground floor and basement have been vacant for approximately two years, following occupation by three different operators. The upper two floors are now used as student accommodation.