Prominent listed building in town centre could become seven flats
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A prominent listed building in the centre of Holt could be converted into seven flats.
Amended plans have been submitted for a change of use at the Grade II listed property known as High Silver in High Street.
A heritage statement submitted, on behalf of All Property Ventures Ltd, states: "The proposal to convert High Silver into seven apartments will have a positive impact as the building is no longer needed as offices.
"The building will be better suited to apartments. Holt has a high demand for housing and the flats will be a positive contribution. The conversion will have a minimal impact on the external aesthetic of the building and it will retain its historic value and appearance."
The change of use is from offices and a therapy/treatment room to three one-bedroom apartments at ground floor level, two at first floor level and two at second floor level.
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