Thursday 22 September 2011

Student Accommodation...

Following the success in obtaining planning consent , drawings have now been prepared for a submission to Exeter City Council Building Regulations Department for the construction of student accommodation that will comprise of 12 student rooms, each with en-suite facilities together with communal living, dining / kitchen areas and outside amenity area. The site was appraised, having regard to its position in relation to the proximity of the City Centre and easy access to the University of Exeter Streatham Campus and the St Luke’s Campus. The 4-storey building is to enhance the street scene and be sympathetic to the buildings that surround the site and the St David’s Conservation Area.

This infill site had been in existence since 1782 and the site occupied by The Papermakers Arms Public House when the dwelling house was converted in 1814. Latterly the premises became known as the Papermakers, a Mex-Tex restaurant-pub until demolished in 2004. The developer, 'Exeter Land Developments Limited', are hoping to start on site in the very near future.

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