Plans submitted to turn popular former Hucknall hardware store into flats

Plans have been submitted to Ashfield District Council to turn a popular former hardware store in Hucknall into new flats.

Thursday, 6th January 2022, 1:12 pm

Hucknall Home Improvement Centre on Annesley Road closed down last year after 35 years, after owners Mike and Kathryn Coultas retired following the sad news of a cancer diagnosis for Mike.

The shop has been empty since last October and now Ashmore Developments want to turn the empty space into flats.

On its application, Ashmore says it wants to covert the ground floor and rear sections of the building that made up the old shop into ‘three new homes for professional single people working in the local area’.

Hucknall Home Improvement Centre closed last year after owners Mike and Kathryn Coultas retired

The building also has an existing first-floor flat above the old shop which is to be retained as part of the plans.

The application has been submitted to the council and people can comment on it via planning section on the council’s website here.

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