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Cart and Horses pub redevelopment to feature 29 new homes

PUBLISHED: 10:25 27 October 2017

CGI of the Cart and Horses pub development Picture: pH+ Architects

CGI of the Cart and Horses pub development Picture: pH+ Architects

pH+ Architects

Twenty nine new homes are set to be built as part of the redevelopment of the Cart and Horses pub.

CGI of the Cart and Horses pub development Picture: pH+ ArchitectsCGI of the Cart and Horses pub development Picture: pH+ Architects

Architect firm pH+ and Developland have been granted planning permission to work on the Maryland Point pub where heavy metal icons Iron Maiden played their early gigs.

The scheme will see 14 one-bedroom homes, seven two-bedroom homes and eight three-bedroom homes created in a building adjacent to the pub.

The proposals also seek to improve the current facilities at the Cart and Horses, creating more room for diners and music fans alike.

Andy Puncher, director at pH+ Architects said: “The scheme we have developed retains this music mecca as the focal point of the project whilst delivering a high quality and high density mixed tenure residential scheme.”

Construction is due to start in the spring with the building due for completion in late summer 2019.


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