Holiday home plan for South Cambridgeshire office units destroyed by fire

PUBLISHED: 15:10 12 March 2014 | UPDATED: 15:10 12 March 2014

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Office units destroyed by a fire five years ago are set to be converted into holiday homes.

The owner of Grange Farm, Clive Onslow, is seeking to transform the suite of offices on the farm into four holiday accomodation units.

At a meeting of South Cambridgeshire District Council’s planning committee, held last Wednesday, councillors approved the plans for the buildings on the farm, which is located at Flint Cross, on the A505 between Royston and Duxford.

The offices were gutted by a fire in 2009, and have stood empty since 2011 when renovation work was completed.

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