Potters Bar flats plan set to be rejected

PLANS to build more than 20 flats above a shop and gymnasium in Potters Bar look set to be thrown out by councillors. The proposals, submitted by JDW Architects of Abergavenny, would see 23 self-contained flats constructed above the Dreams bed store and

PLANS to build more than 20 flats above a shop and gymnasium in Potters Bar look set to be thrown out by councillors.

The proposals, submitted by JDW Architects of Abergavenny, would see 23 self-contained flats constructed above the Dreams bed store and Parkwood Health and Fitness Club in Darkes Lane.

A report prepared by Hertsmere Borough Council's planning officers recommends that councillors refuse planning permission when they meet tomorrow (Tuesday).

The report says the development fails to provide sufficient car parking and affordable housing.


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Potters Bar and Shenley planning committee will meet at 7.30pm, at the Wyllyotts Centre, off Darkes Lane.

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