Cheshire news Residents of planned Crewe HMO 'will spill out into the street' PremierLeague-News.Com

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Cheshire news Residents of planned Crewe HMO 'will spill out into the street' PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Standards of living have been questioned

Cheshire news  Residents of planned Crewe HMO 'will spill out into the street' PremierLeague-News.Com
23 June 2022 - 04:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Plans to convert a six bed HMO in Crewe to accommodate nine people would create a sub-standard level of living accommodation for future residents, planning officers believe. The owner of 91 Hungerford Road has applied to Cheshire East Council for permission to change the use of the property from a six to nine person HMO (house in multiple occupation). Planning officers are recommending the southern planning committee refuse the application on the grounds it would result in the creation of a sub-standard level of living accommodation for future occupiers and would also harm amenity of neighbouring properties. In a report due to go before Wednesday’s (June 29) committee meeting the planning officer states: “The very limited level of private amenity space would cause harm to amenity of future occupiers. This in turn would likely force future occupiers to spill out into the street for their outdoor space causing harm to amenity of neighbouring properties by increased noise and disturbance. “The proposal would also result in the sandwiching of 93 Hungerford Road between two HMOs which would cause harm to amenity of this property.” The application was ‘called in’, so it will be decided by a committee, by ward councillor Hazel Faddes (Lab).

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. With regard to the property itself she said: “The interior bedrooms do not give enough room for socialising or relaxing and residents would need to use the small kitchen. Although a good size for four people, showing a table with four chairs, it would be very difficult to cook and perform other household duties in such a small space for nine people.” She added: “The layout of the property is not conducive to any form of comfort and, apart from their bedrooms, residents would have little privacy.” Crewe Town Council objected for a variety of reasons including the room sizes do not demonstrate adequate living and amenity space for the density of occupancy proposed; additional density of occupancy will have detrimental effect on neighbouring residential amenity due to increase in noise, on street waste and parking and the proposal would be over-development of the site. The application will be considered at Wednesday’s (June 29) meeting of the southern planning committee which takes place at Crewe Municipal Buildings at 10am. NEWSLETTER: Sign up for CheshireLive email direct to your inbox here Read More Related Articles Crewe's new fire station costs have soared by £375k due to delays Read More Related Articles The Cheshire school with a museum in the playground

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