New use for Lloyds Bank in Nailsworth will be filling a gap in the market
By James Young | 24th January 2020
A new use has been granted for a former bank in Nailsworth filling a gap in the market.
Stroud District Council have approved plans for the former Lloyds Bank building on the A46 to be turned into a dental surgery.
The ground floor of the property was previously permitted for use by financial and professional services, but a change of use application was made in November.
That was by Nailsworth Dental Practice who are set to turn the open-plan accommodation into a practice (see plans below) with two surgery rooms, a waiting room and reception area.
No external changes to the building will be made and the 10 parking spaces used by bank customers will be retained for the new clients.
The practice will have two full-time employees and four part-time and operate between 8am and 6pm on weekdays and from 8am to 1pm on Saturdays.
Lloyds Bank moved out of the two-storey red brick building in March 2017 and the ground floor has remained unoccupied since.
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