Decision made on plans to build nine new homes on site of former Double Gloucester pub
By James Young | 12th August 2019
Plans to build nine new homes on land adjacent to the former Double Gloucester pub have been approved by Gloucester City Council planners.
The development by Cape Homes will see the third phase of redevelopment completed on the site of the one-time alehouse on the Cheltenham Road.
Phase one of the plans saw seven new houses built on what is now called Colebridge Gardens, while the second phase saw the pub building turned into 14 apartments.
The third phase, for a new building containing seven apartments and two separate four-bedroom houses was granted permission last week.
Work can now start on the build with completion of the work set for early 2020 after which city-based agents Farr and Farr will be marketing the scheme.
The previous developments saw all 21 of the new builds snapped up quickly and Cape Homes are expecting a similar high-demand for the next nine properties to hit the market.
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