A FORMER nightclub could become flats and shops if given the green light by planning chiefs.
An application submitted to Eastleigh Borough Council outlines plans to transform the former Martine’s nightclub in Regal Buildings, Market Street.
In 2002 the club, which had been renamed Martine’s 2, was closed for a major makeover.
It reopened as Route 66 in a razzmatazz launch but then a few months later the doors were shut again.
The applicant wants to “inject life” into the town centre building by converting it into four commercial units and a total of 18 flats.
The proposal comes after many years of the building being left in a “poor state of repair”.
The applicant states the proposal will create “much-needed” dwellings and commercial space…
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