Plans have been revealed for two new homes on the site of an eyesore former tool shop.

Agent Reuben Cunningham has applied to redevelop the site of the partially-demolished building on London Road in King's Lynn.

He says in a planning statement: "The existing vacant buildings have now been demolished, the site has been cleared and is ready for commencement- it was formerly untidy, in poor condition and out of character with the area.

Eastern Daily Press: The former tool shop pictured in 2016The former tool shop pictured in 2016 (Image: Google)

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"This application seeks to dramatically improve the site by building a high quality development that is more in character with the area and ensure that this prominent site is enhanced."

Plans have been drawn up for two two-storey, semi-detached three-bedroom homes which would "dramatically enhance the site and ensure that the character of the area is improved".

A decision from West Norfolk council is expected later this year.