Another 39 flats planned to replace offices in Studio Way

Another 39 new proporties planned for Studio Way

Another 39 new proporties planned for Studio Way

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Another housing development has been proposed to replace office buildings in Studio Way.

Developer Woolf Bond Planning has submitted a planning application to Hertsmere Borough Council for the demolition of Avenir House and the construction of 39 residential apartment units.

The development will also include vehicular access, parking for 42 cars and 44 bicycles, open space and landscaping.

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9:00am Mon 7 Jul 14

jgee says...

How about a radical idea - put a GPs surgery there too! or even build a new primary school...
How about a radical idea - put a GPs surgery there too! or even build a new primary school... jgee
  • Score: 21

9:13am Mon 7 Jul 14

Reader (R) says...

jgee wrote:
How about a radical idea - put a GPs surgery there too! or even build a new primary school...
Better still why not build social housing on that site and reduce the waiting list by 39!
[quote][p][bold]jgee[/bold] wrote: How about a radical idea - put a GPs surgery there too! or even build a new primary school...[/p][/quote]Better still why not build social housing on that site and reduce the waiting list by 39! Reader (R)
  • Score: 7

12:55pm Mon 7 Jul 14

ANt Gee says...

at a time when the County Council have awarded a contract to a company that is suggesting closing down the Allum Lane recycling centre and our roads have potholes that are several years old I do not know why we should encourage more residents to the area before the County Council will guarantee to return Elstree and Borehamwood to the standard of service it provided only a few years ago.
at a time when the County Council have awarded a contract to a company that is suggesting closing down the Allum Lane recycling centre and our roads have potholes that are several years old I do not know why we should encourage more residents to the area before the County Council will guarantee to return Elstree and Borehamwood to the standard of service it provided only a few years ago. ANt Gee
  • Score: 23

11:57pm Mon 7 Jul 14

watfordman says...

why not demolish the council offices and build luxury flats and pent house apartments . also demolish the police station, ex affinity sutton offices , the job centre , fire station and ambulance station and build 500 luxury flats for sale , trebles all round,
why not demolish the council offices and build luxury flats and pent house apartments . also demolish the police station, ex affinity sutton offices , the job centre , fire station and ambulance station and build 500 luxury flats for sale , trebles all round, watfordman
  • Score: 11

10:32am Tue 8 Jul 14

A R Grady says...

Why not use this are to build the New Ark Theatre, before the othe venue is demolished..... then the location that has been designated for the location of the Ark as part of the Elstree Way Corridor plan, can be used for this sort of affordable housing.
Why not use this are to build the New Ark Theatre, before the othe venue is demolished..... then the location that has been designated for the location of the Ark as part of the Elstree Way Corridor plan, can be used for this sort of affordable housing. A R Grady
  • Score: 8

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