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A FORMER private members’ club in Chichester city centre could be turned into flats if planning permission is granted.

An application has been made to change the use of the Regnum Club at 45A South Street and for permission to build nine flats.

The scheme would comprise one, two and three-bedroom flats, and would require internal and external alterations to be made to the building.

But the alterations will be limited by the fact that part of the site is a Grade II listed building.

As part of the application there will be nine bicycle spaces made available

To comment on the application write to Chichester District Council quoting the application number CC/12/00106/FUL.

Comments should be received no later than March 12.