NEW RESTAURANT APPROVED
KING'S LYNN, NORFOLK
34 Queen Elizabeth Avenue
St. James Street, King's Lynn, Norfolk.
Planning Application submitted and approved for the change of use of a vacant art gallery to a restaurant use with a new two bedroom flat created above. The property is located in the heart of the king's Lynn Conservation Area.
Following an initial consultation with the applicants En-Plan drafted a scheme that was subsequently submitted to by King's Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council for the proposed change of use and the creation of a new C3 residential unit within the building. The proposed extraction ducting proved problematic as the site is adjacent to a Listed Building but the creative use of cladding has allowed the scheme to progress towards approval. A flood risk assessment also accompanied the application and gave the Planning Department the information required to demonstrate the proposal was acceptable in this respect.
We are currently working with the applicant in discharging a planning condition relating to materials nd also submitting a building regulations application in order that the change of use and associated building works are completed. correctly.
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