PLANS to add a nursery at the bottom of one of Bracknell’s most recognisable new towers have been slammed by a resident of the block because they are worried about crying kids.

Royal Winchester House, on Bond Way, could introduce the creche after a planning application was submitted to Bracknell Forest Council (BFC).

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But the proposal has not proved popular with one flat-dweller.

They commented: “I object to the planning proposal and having a nursery with an outdoor play area in one of the commercial units of Royal Winchester House.

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“The reason being is that the nursery is likely to interfere with my use and enjoyment of the land which is one of my rights as a tenant.

“As I work from home four days a week which involves communicating with clients by telephone all day everyday, I believe that the noise associated with a nursery (children shouting/crying/playing) will interfere with the ability to do my work and enjoyment associated with living in the property.

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“Although I believe that education is extremely important, a nursery in this location is something I am objecting to.”

According to planning documents, the nursery would be split into two sections with an indoor and outdoor play area.

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The space it would occupy is currently empty.

Royal Winchester House submitted another planning application late last year to squeeze more flats in at the tower block.

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Developers were granted permission to build 338 flats rather than the 311 initially proposed in 2014.

All of the apartments are one and two-bedroom and the ‘phase one’ flats ready for occupation.

The nursery planning application is currently pending consideration.