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Plans in: Office to 12 Studio Conversion in Lewisham

A prior approval office to residential application has been submitted to Lewisham Council to convert 1 Myron Place into twelve studio flats, six each on the ground and first floor.

The building, on the West side of the road, last appears to have housed a charity for people with learning difficulties. The road serves mainly as an access to Lewisham Police Station, and the existing building is quite a bit smaller than those surrounding it.

No documents have been made available thus far but given the size of the building the studios are likely to be quite small. The building as recently as 2015 had scaffolding over it for various alterations.

Under permitted development rules, Lewisham has limited reasons to refuse the conversion. The possible reasons including flooding, other dangers, transport and parking, and if the building was not previously an office.

Existing photo credit: Google Streetview.

Written by Sean Spurr

Sean is lead residential researcher at Apartology. He also runs a bookshop.

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