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After a site visit and a long discussion, members of the council's east area planning committee voted six to five for the plans to be approved. Three councillors abstained from the vote.
They heard from officers that residents objected to possible traffic and parking problems, noise, and the inappropriate use of semi-detached property.
Cradle Concern had already had the application refused once but resubmitted it.
Councillors decided to visit the proposed site and the other house run by Cradle Concern before making their decision. There's no question they play a vital role in the community.
The project will provide supervised, semi-independent housing with support for single mothers and their babies who cannot live with a family or partner in preparation for independent tenancy. Coun Alan Claro said: "These young women will be in the very late stages of pregnancy or very recently have given birth.
Councillors also heard that next door neighbour, who was a consultant paediatrician, objected because it would cause disruption to his professional and private life. He said residents would be involved with the hospital due to the nature of the operation of Cradle Concern. Lynn Barber, from Cradle Concern, said they were very pleased that they had finally won approval.
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