Lancaster Music Co-op warehouse refurb plans get the go-ahead
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The old building at 1 Lodge Street is a former carriage-making site and it has seen many changes over the years.
The music co-op was formed by students at Lancaster University in 1985, and funds were then gained for the first three rehearsal rooms and equipment at the old warehouse in 1986.
The building forms part of the Canal Quarter area of the city, where there are longer term hopes by the council for regeneration.
In September this year, a lease was signed between the co-op and the city council, which owns the warehouse, giving the music group stability for the future.
And at its meeting on November 6, Lancaster City Council planners gave the go-ahead for a new roof as well as window at the premises.