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The change of use being applied for is required when the number of occupants total 7 or more unrelated individuals, as their only or main residence, who share basic amenities such as a kitchen or bathroom.

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Plans have been submitted to increase the occupancy of a Netherfield HMO.

An application has been received by Gedling Borough Council for ‘Change of use of six bedroom property (C4 use) into a seven-bedroom, seven person HMO (Sui Generis use).’

The application was submitted by Mr. Eamonn Chapman of Wilson Architects, Lincoln who is acting as agents on behalf of Mr. Andrew Grey of Altitude Investments Ltd., Jessops Lane, Gedling.

The property at 48 Bourne Street is currently Class C4 (houses in multiple occupation), a class relating to small shared houses occupied by between three and six unrelated individuals, as their only or main residence, who share basic amenities such as a kitchen or bathroom.

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A Planning, Design and Access (PDA) statement has now been provided by Wilson Architects in support of the application states that the site has recently been fully refurbished to a high standard and is now occupied and used as a six-bedroom HMO and that there are no external alterations proposed within this application.


The change of use being applied for (Sui Generis) is required when the number of occupants totals seven or more unrelated individuals, as their only or main residence, who share basic amenities such as a kitchen or bathroom.

The PDA further states that the change of use relates to an existing room on the 2nd floor which is currently underused.

Further details regarding Planning Application 2023/0925 can be accessed HERE.

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  1. I realise people hv got to live somewhere if they hv a car each were are they going to park its a nightmare already well done gedling coucil you don’t live in netherfield I think

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