Clarification from Purcell Developments It appears that you have stated that we will be demolishing the Stables. This is not the case. We are looking to demolishing the more modern portion, but not the more historic element at the entrance to the site. We are proposing that we convert and refurbish this portion. In total, along this edge of the site there are 4 one bed cottages proposed. Two in the existing Stable block, and two new sympathetic ones. Original article We saw the third set of plans for redevelopment of the former council offices at Stone House yesterday. They bear no relationship to the previous schemes (15/05509/FUL). The plans were revealed at the conservation committee and shortly afterwards, as the town council. I had an opportunity to discuss the scheme with the developers earlier. For the new project, Purcell Developments have teamed up with Churchill Retirement, a company that currently has a controversial planning application for 66 sheltered apartments on Innage Lane, Bridgnorth. The Stone House proposal is unlikely to attract that level of controversy.