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Friday, 03 July 2015

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Homes plan for former Ulverston Territorial Army base

PLANS to build a new home on the site of a former Territorial Army building in Ulverston are being considered by council bosses.

The property, next to the Drill Hall in Lightburn Road, could be demolished to make way for a detached, three-bedroom home if planning experts give the proposal the thumbs up.

The building is now used for storage but once housed a small army museum before being turned into a garage.

A report on the building states it has no redeeming features and should therefore be knocked down with the new house built in its place.

The planning application has been submitted to the local planning authority for Ulverston, which is South Lakeland District Council.

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