A plan has already been submitted to replace the Go Outdoors store in Reading which is due to close next month.

The owners of Brunel Retail Park have applied to make adjustments to the Go Outdoors unit, which will likely be taken over by a gardening retailer.

Elsewhere, the owners of a landmark building in Caversham have applied to convert offices inside of it into apartments.

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Also, the NHS Trust which runs the Royal Berkshire Hospital has applied to have new modular buildings to conduct CT scans.

You can view plans by putting the reference numbers in brackets into the council’s planning website here: http://planning.reading.gov.uk/fastweb_PL/welcome.asp

New shop set to replace Go Outdoors in Brunel Retail Park  (220018)

The owners of Brunel Retail Park in Rose Kiln Lane have applied to conduct works to the outgoing Go Outdoors unit ready for a new retailer.

The chain outdoor clothing and equipment store will vacate Unit 4 of the retail park on February 13, with the park’s owners submitting an application to conduct work on the unit for new occupants.

This work involves merging Unit 4 and Unit 5, which is currently vacant, creating a new shop front and trolley bay, and building a fenced enclosure to the rear as a display area for plants.

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It’s unclear what will be moving into the retail park yet, but planning documents refer to a ‘garden centre’ and a ‘sprinkler tank’ presumably used for plants.

Therefore it is highly likely that a gardening retailer will be occupying the unit once works are complete.

Last year, the owners of the park won permission to partly redevelop it into a logistical warehouse.

Conversion of offices in landmark Caversham building into flats (220006)

Reading Chronicle: Archway House in Gosbrook Road, Caversham. Credit: Google MapsArchway House in Gosbrook Road, Caversham. Credit: Google Maps

Federated Hermes Property Unit Trust, the owners of Archway House in central Caversham, has applied to convert offices and a chiropractor in the building into four apartments.

The plan would see the offices converted into two two-bed and two one-bed apartments on the second and third floors of the building.

Each of the new apartments would come with a bathroom, a kitchenette and a living room.

Because it is an office conversion, the owners have had to apply for change of use.

New modular buildings for scans at Royal Berkshire Hospital (212036)

The Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust has applied to construct modular buildings in one of its courtyards which will be used to conduct CT scans.

The modular buildings would contain two CT scanners with associated rooms for waiting, toilets and analysis of the scans.

The courtyard is located towards the rear of the hospital off Redlands Road.