Plans to transform the former fishing tackle store in downtown Preston into accommodation

Plans have been submitted to transform the former Angling Direct and Ted Carter Church Street fishing store into an 18 bed HMO (multiple occupancy house).

The proposal aims to put the vacant units back into service, providing supportive / affordable housing, working alongside the HMP prison.

The development would be on top of the former downstairs business premises, which were previously Ted Carter

The premises in the city center are currently used as offices and storage.

Each of the bedrooms will have its own bathroom and shared common entrances.

The application seeks approval of internal modifications as well as external fire routes in accordance with property regulations of this type.

The plans aim to improve the appearance of the building with exterior finishes and an attractive entrance to the main road to access the first and second floor residences.

Materials requiring little or no maintenance will also be used to preserve the exterior of the building.

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