Gallery could become a restaurant
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A former art gallery could be turned into a restaurant.
Greyfriars Art Space opened up in St James Street, King's Lynn, in 2008.
It went on to stage a wide range of exhibitions of paintings, photographs and sculptures by its 50 members and other artists.
Now West Norfolk council has received a planning application to change the use of the three-storey building opposite Tower Gardens and the Greyfriars Tower.
It proposes a ground floor restaurant, with the first and second floors turned into a two-bedroom flat.
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The application does not state what kind of cuisine would be on offer.
But it says the restaurant would create three full-time jobs if it gets the go-ahead.
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Councillors on the planning committee are expected to discuss the application in early 2020.