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New cafe to open at former chemical shop

PUBLISHED: 11:36 23 December 2019 | UPDATED: 16:03 23 December 2019

Planning permission has been sent to North Norfolk District Council for a new cafe and takeaway in Hoveton. Picture: Google Maps

Planning permission has been sent to North Norfolk District Council for a new cafe and takeaway in Hoveton. Picture: Google Maps

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A new café could open in the building of a former chemical shop in north Norfolk.

Planning permission has been sent to North Norfolk District Council for a new cafe and takeaway in Hoveton. Picture: Google MapsPlanning permission has been sent to North Norfolk District Council for a new cafe and takeaway in Hoveton. Picture: Google Maps

Plans have been lodged with North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) for a new café and takeaway in Hoveton.

The café would be based on Stalham Road Industrial Estate, Littlewood Lane, in the old offices of Slater and Frith.

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Slater and Frith distributes pharmaceuticals, chemicals and cosmetic raw materials.

Planning permission has been sent to North Norfolk District Council for a new cafe and takeaway in Hoveton. Picture: Google MapsPlanning permission has been sent to North Norfolk District Council for a new cafe and takeaway in Hoveton. Picture: Google Maps

The building is located next to a car wash and would have parking spaces for cars, light goods vehicles and motorcycles, along with disabled bays.

It would be open seven days a week and would employ two full-time and four part-time staff members.

In the planning statement, developer Nik Shatri said: "There are no changes to elevations. The car park will be gravelled and the tree is staying."

Other shops in the industrial estate include Jewson, a furniture shop and a vintage and classic car restoration and repair centre.

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