Planning application for Chepstow Castle
Cadw have been notified of the Chepstow Castle Planning Application submitted today for a five phase development commencing with St Marten’s Tower!!
Plans for the proposed five storey conversion of the Grade I * listed St Marten’s Tower have been submitted for Outline planning this week and are available for viewing on the Monmouthshire Planning Portal.
The proposals include a Penthouse apartment with Lantern Light with superb views overlooking the Wye River and Castle Terrace that was built with local quarried stone from remains of the Castle Walls in 1805.
The top floor and fourth floor will be luxury apartments with the lower and middle floors divided into affordable units to supply the housing requirements in Chepstow at the present time.
Good news for Chepstow residents or not said the local Mayor, “ We shall see what the public opinion is on this development but I suspect there will be a great deal of opposition to these plans”
Please write in with your comments to this paper or online to the Planning Portal before the midday 1st April 2018
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