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Plans submitted to demolish ‘eyesore’ building in Arnold that attracts ‘anti-social behaviour’ and ‘drug taking’

Anti-social behaviour and drug taking are occurring within the building


Plans have been submitted to Gedling Borough Council to demolish a bungalow in Redhill that the application states attracts drug use and anti-social behaviour

The documents submitted by T Hammond Farms Ltd claim that the building, attached to Redhill Pavillion, on Thornton Avenue, has been vacant for some time and efforts to repurpose the building have failed.

Mr Hammond who submitted the application on behalf of T Hammond Farms Ltd states that anti-social behaviour and drug taking are occurring within the building despite repeated efforts to secure it.

Pictured: Graffiti on metal screens on bungalow (PHOTO: Gedling Eye)
Pictured: Graffiti on rear of bungalow (PHOTO: Gedling Eye)

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Pictured: Graffiti on rear of on bungalow (PHOTO: Gedling Eye)

The proposed plans suggest that Local Authority and police are aware of these ongoing issues.

The applicants indicate that their intention is to demolish the building during March.

The bungalow is attached to Redhill Pavillion however the demolition application only applies to the Groundsmans Bungalow, Thornton Avenue Redhill Nottinghamshire NG5 8PA.

Pictured: Building proposed for demolition highlighted in red (Courtesy of GBC)
Pictured: Bungalow to left will be demolished – Pavilion to right will not (PHOTO: Gedling Eye)
Pictured: The Pavilion will not be demolished (PHOTO: Gedling Eye)

The plans can be accessed at GBC Planning 2023/0134

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