‘Traditional’ fish and chip shop plans revealed
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A Weston store is set to be converted into a fish and chip shop.
Planning permission is being sought to convert the former Biddiscombes carpet business, in Winterstoke Road, which shut in May, into a 'traditional, but quality, takeaway'.
Ryan Charalambous has applied to North Somerset Council for change of use consent, with hopes of splitting the building into two units.
Four full-time and up to six part-time jobs will be created if the project goes ahead.
The applicant's design and access statement said: "The proposal to provide grilled, healthy and quality traditional local food.
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"The proposal is to split the single retail unit into two separate units to entice a further food outlet or maintain the existing use as a smaller retail shop.
"Although there are other food outlets nearby, the proposal will give the locals a further choice to acquire a more traditional option."
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