Plan for 49-person HMO at Charlton Conservative Club scrapped

Plans to convert the former Conservative Club on Charlton Church Lane into a giant HMO with 30 bedsit rooms for 49 occupants have been withdrawn.

The application featured discrepancies. If you click on this link it says 26 rooms, though documents attached showed 30 rooms.

Up to nine residents would have shared a kitchen if plans had proceeded. Permission had previously been given for conversion of the club plus a new build to provide six flats and four houses on site.

Work has been ongoing on the site alongside the recent application – now withdrawn. Whether work was for that scheme or the previous proposal, dating from 2015, is unknown.

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3 thoughts on “Plan for 49-person HMO at Charlton Conservative Club scrapped

  • October 24, 2020 at 8:51 pm

    Sounds very dodgy to me? 9 to a kitchen???? Hmmm I’d dig a bit deeper into this if I were them??


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