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Plans to bulldoze ‘The Bruno’ and build new flats and shops submitted


Plans to bulldoze a derelict pub to make way for three new shops and fourteen new flats have been submitted to Gedling Borough Council.

The planning documents outline plans to demolish the Earl of Chesterfield pub on Carlton Road and replace it with “a three-storey mixed use building consisting of 3 x retail units and 14 x 2-bed flats.

A further 14 private parking spaces are proposed for the residential tenants, with a separate shared surface parking area, to the back of the proposed retail units.

Councillors at Gedling Borough Council will have their final say on the application at a meeting on April 19.

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The Earl of Chesterfield, which was known as ‘The Bruno’ by locals, has been empty since closing its doors for the last time back in 2015.

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  1. Interesting, only 14 parking spaces for potentially 28 residents….and all the cars parking to use the shops will park where…Church Street? Already the local Park and Ride street and Tescos overflow. Get a grip GBC. I’ll thought through…but then again the planners don’t live this way eh?


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