Bell Hagg Inn to be converted into seven bedroom house

There are plans to convert the The Bell Hagg Inn into a house

There are plans to convert the The Bell Hagg Inn into a house

Plans to convert a derelict Crosspool pub into a seven bedroom house will be considered by the council planning board on Tuesday.

The Bell Hagg Inn on Manchester Road has stood empty for years but the new proposals would see the two buildings turned into a single dwelling and extended. A two-story structure would also be demolished. Planning officers are recommending that the new scheme is approved.

Loxley Valley Protection Society is critical of the plans, but Rivelin Conservation Group has welcomed the proposal.

The former pub is located opposite the entrance to Valleyside Garden Centre, and its position offers commanding views over the Rivelin valley.

View planning application 11/00131/FUL

The Star: Home conversion for disused former pub

The Bell Hagg Inn has great views over Rivelin

The Bell Hagg Inn has great views over Rivelin

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6 Responses to Bell Hagg Inn to be converted into seven bedroom house

  1. Robin says:

    This was given the go-ahead by councillors on Tuesday

  2. Min at Tylney Towers. says:

    Very old building. I heard that it was haunted. Anyone know anything??

  3. ss says:

    I stayed there and in the barn house behind numerous times over the years, the barn was gorgeous, when I was younger, never felt haunted to me.

  4. RNB OWL says:

    I used to live there – Harry and Sybil Bailey were my parents, lived there ~ 74 for a few years, loved it there – great memories

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