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Ex wardens flats could be transformed.

FORMER wardens flats could soon be transformed into desperately needed sheltered accommodation homes across Nuneaton and Bedworth.

Many have stood empty since Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council's decision to remove some wardens from complexes across the two towns last year.

Now, in a bid to bring the properties back into use, several applications have been made for planning permission needed to make the changes.

Proposals have been unveiled to convert the two warden accommodation maisonettes at Springdale Court in Attleborough Road, Nuneaton to four sheltered accommodation flats.

A similar plan is in the pipeline for the old warden's accommodation at Stan Williams Court in Glebe Road; to transform it into two separate flats.

Over at Conifer Court in Bedworth , the council wants to turn the empty warden flats into two flats for sheltered living accommodation. There is also a proposal to convert the vacant warden flats at John Haynes Court in Bedworth into two flats for those who need sheltered living accommodation.

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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:May 25, 2018
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