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Hunstanton Kit Kat plans get go-ahead

PUBLISHED: 09:21 09 March 2011

The Kit Kat at Hunstanton on fire, in April 1998. Picture: John Hocknell.

The Kit Kat at Hunstanton on fire, in April 1998. Picture: John Hocknell.

Plans to redevelop the site of Hunstanton’s former Kit Kat Club have been approved by West Norfolk council.

The proposal sees a new building on the seafront site with 12 flats and a ground floor commercial unit.

The building includes a five-storey element which attracted opposition but committee members were told that the site was suitable for a “five- storey landmark development that sets a design standard”.

A previous plan for the site, for 17 flats and a commercial unit, was withdrawn after criticism.

The Kit Kat’s famous art deco building was destroyed by fire in 1998.


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