A plan to convert an office block in Harrogate town centre into new apartments has been given the go-ahead.
Harrogate Borough Council approved proposals to transform the building on Cambridge Road into eight apartments.
Developers Lake House Investments, which is based near Brighouse, submitted the plans for the three-storey building.
In its proposals, Lake House said the site had “excellent transport links” and was just a few minutes walk from the train station.
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As a result, the developer said no parking would be necessary.
It said in its planning documents:
“Given the sustainable town centre location close to a range of services and amenities, no off street parking is considered necessary as any impact to any pre- existing problems of access, road safety or traffic flow would be minimal.
“Visitor parking will be provided by local pay and display on street spaces.”
A similar application to convert the offices to apartments was approved by the council in 2019.