South Anston home’s demolition approved

By Gareth Dennison | 30/04/2014 0 comments

South Anston home’s demolition approved

A FORMER nursing home will be demolished to make way for an estate of ten new homes.

Parkstone House in South Anston served as a care home for more than 30 years before its closure in 2008.

Before that it served as the base for Kiveton Park Rural District Council, until the authority was abolished in 1974.

Jones Homes will knock down the building, off Crowgate, to make space for the five-bedroom properties after planning permission was given.

A Rotherham Borough Council spokesman said: “The proposal will provide an acceptable layout and design which would not cause harm to the residential amenity of the surrounding area or impact on the adjacent green belt.”

The driveway will be widened, meaning the loss of 13 trees at the entrance
 

Tags


No messages

Please login or register to enter your message click here

The fact you are here means you are interested in what goes on in your town.

We want to continue holding local authorities to account, attending court and council meetings, as well as providing breaking news, competitions and offers – but it costs money. Online advertising does not cover costs, therefore we feel the need to ask for your help in ensuring we can provide the best possible coverage, online and in our printed products.
For as little as £1, you can support the Rotherham Advertiser – and it only takes a minute.
Click here to support local news.


Spotted something we should know about?

Call our Newsdesk on 01709 768146
Or email newsdesk@rotherhamadvertiser.co.uk
Message us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheRotherhamAdvertiser/