New restaurant could replace vacant shop unit in Great Yarmouth town centre
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A vacant shop in Great Yarmouth town centre could become a food and drinks outlet if plans are approved.
A change of use application has been submitted to the borough council by Leeds-based Bilsdale Properties.
The former Partners stationery shop has been empty since last year and the unit would have a new frontage on Regent Road.
According to the submitted plans the unit could employ six people full-time and four people part-time and the proposed opening hours would be from 7am-midnight Monday to Sunday.
MORE: New shopfront proposal could be a focal point for visitors to townPeter Handley is the agent for the application and said that the property company was in talks with a potential occupant for the site and more information would be available soon.
There would be a new entrance from the street facing and there would be a new bin area at the shop rear.
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The unit consists of 293 square metres (3154 sq.ft) of floor space.
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