Day: 11 January 2016

Plans have been submitted for 25 homes at Stone House, the former district and unitary council offices on Corve Street, and the site of Ludlow’s now disused nuclear bunker. This looks a good scheme overall but some details need to be resolved, especially about archaeology (15/05509/FUL). Purcell Developments have provisionally purchased our former council offices at Stone House. They are proposing to replace the uninspiring 1980s office block with 25 homes, three of which would be affordable (12%).[1] This is an ideal location for housing on the edge of the town centre. Residents here will have less of need of cars for their daily needs than those that live on the edge of town developments currently being proposed for Ludlow.

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