Published on Sunday, 12th October 2014

 

McCarthy and Stone have made some modifications to their plans for the Redknapp land on the seafront. The changes are fairly minor, but taken together they do make the proposed building somewhat less monolithic.

 

The biggest change is to the south elevation where the set back roof that forms the upper two floors is split into two; a different style of balcony is  also now proposed for the flats underneath. Meanwhile the Clarendon Road facing elevation gets some different windows and the upper two floors are redesigned.

 

Some further amendments have just been submitted, pushing back the likely decision date to November 26th.

 

Tags : Planning, Seafront