Flats plan for 16th century building

A HISTORIC building in the heart of Salisbury could be redeveloped into flats and a shop.
Number one Poultry Cross, also known as 12-15 Oatmeal Row, is a grade II*-listed building which dates back to the early 16th century.
Formerly home to Electronics Boutique, Game and Bohemia, the building has been empty since 2018.
Now, a planning application submitted on behalf of owners Arlington Ltd of Wimborne outlines plans to refurbish the ground-floor shop and create four flats on the two floors above.
The application outlines a scheme that would create two flats on each floor – a one-bedroom flat and a two-bedroom flat on the first floor and two two-bedroom flats on the second.
Of the ground floor, it said: “The aim is to create a lock-up shop, complete with its own sanitary accommodation.
“The only entrance will be via the present shop doorway. The rear access door will be removed and blocked.”
For more details, and to comment on the plan, log on to and search for planning application reference PL/2022/08850.

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