Three-bed house could be turned into eight-bed HMO
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A three-bedroom house in Norwich could be transformed into an eight-bedroom HMO under new plans submitted to the city council.
Applicant Mr D Harrold, from Stanhoe in West Norfolk, has applied to extend the property on Enfield Road and turn it into a house of multiple occupation (HMO).
Plans lodged with Norwich City Council show that the two-storey house currently has three bedrooms on its first floor.
But Mr Harrold is proposing to build a two-storey extension and alter part of the existing layout to create an additional five bedrooms.
According to the plans, the occupants would have access to four bathrooms, one kitchen and a living room/dining room area.
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Enfield Road is in the Earlham area of Norwich.
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