Plans for 439 flats on the site of the Magnet Leisure Centre in Maidenhead have been submitted to the Royal Borough.

The leisure centre, which closed in Autumn 2020, has been replaced by the new Braywick Leisure Centre and is due for demolition.

The planning application put forward jointly by the Royal Borough and its development partner, Countryside, shows five blocks on the 2.057-hectare site on the A4 St Cloud Way.

The one, two and three bedroom flats will include 130 affordable units. All 439 properties will have a cycle space and there will be 350 car parking spaces.

Metropolitan Workshop is the architect and Barton Willmore, the planning consultant.

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