Plans to convert former Great Yarmouth car showroom into six homes are submitted
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A planning bid has been submitted to turn a Great Yarmouth former car showroom into six houses.
Oakville Homes has lodged a planning application with Great Yarmouth Borough Council to convert and change the use of the Hurrells Motor Garage building in Estcourt Road into a terrace of six houses.
If approved by the council it would see the construction of six two-storey homes, which would each have two bedrooms.
Planning papers, submitted to the authority last month, say the building is Victorian and in good condition and the conversion work will be straight forward and 'require minimal disturbance to the structure'.
A decision of the planning application is expected by the council by September 18.
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As of Monday no comments had been sent in regarding the application to the borough council's planning department.
Oakville Homes is based in South Quay in the town.
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