school elevations

 

Hub elevations

Staffordshire County Council and Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council plan to further erode Newcastle’s Victorian/Georgian heritage in the Town Centre Conservation Area by demolishing the locally listed former St. Giles’ and St. George’s Primary School and erecting a four storey Public Services Hub that will dominate the view through the Queen’s Gardens and affect the setting of the Grade II Listed Queen Victoria Statue and Grade II Listed 31 Ironmarket Georgian building.

Newcastle-under Lyme Civic Society strongly opposes this planning application.

Help us by e-mailing your objections to this ill-conceived planning application now (closing date 16th February 2016) by visiting –

http://publicaccess.newcastle-staffs.gov.uk/online-applications/caseDetails.do?action=dispatch&keyVal=O0HQ82BMGF800&caseType=Application

and click on the comments tab.

A few moments of your time will help us to conserve our heritage for future generations.

You can help to make a difference.

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