Plans for a four-storey block of 14 flats in Windsor's conservation area were rubber-stamped last night.
Applicant Nicholas King Developments was given permission to demolish an electricity sub-station for the housing project in Acre Passage.
Members of the council's urban development control panel met at Windsor Guildhall where they gave demolition of the existing site and a redevelopment proposal the go ahead.
As part of the scheme a new sub-station will be built and four one-bedroom flats and 10 two-bedroom flats will be constructed.
Panel member Cllr Phill Bicknell (Con, Park), said: "I am pleased that underground parking is part of this scheme and on that bit alone I think it ticks all the boxes."
A spokeswoman for Nicholas King Developments, said it will be at least a year before they are able get on site to start construction work.
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