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Firestation Arts Centre submits plans for new workshop

Firestation Arts Centre submits plans for new workshop

Justin Burns

Firestation Arts Centre submits plans for new workshop

Concerns have been raised by a community member over plans submitted to the Royal Borough by the Windsor Firestation Arts Centre.

The St Leonard's Road centre has applied for a change of use to part office with mixed education facilities and art gallery at Toko UK Ltd at 1-6 Ward Royal Parade in Alma Road.

Chiefs want to run general office activity plus art based workshops.

They also say there could be a possible siting of traditional Eagle etching press and water-based screen printing equipment for educational workshops.

In a letter to the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, Debbie Evans, of Christian Square, said: "There are no closing times on the paperwork, which I am concerned about.

"If a lot of cars will be coming and going out of the car park until late at night the noise from cars and people echoes around the car park, which would disturb our sleep."

She also said she was concerned there would be an increase in traffic in the area if plans are given the green light.

A decision will be made by November 1.

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