Kaspa’s planned restaurant for Weston-super-Mare gets green light from North Somerset Council

PUBLISHED: 15:00 08 June 2017 | UPDATED: 15:30 08 June 2017

Kaspa's could open in Weston town centre.

Kaspa's could open in Weston town centre.


Dessert restaurant chain Kaspa’s will open a store in Weston-super-Mare after it received planning permission from North Somerset Council.

Kaspa's could open in Weston town centre.Kaspa's could open in Weston town centre.

The firm applied to the council in April to convert the old post office, in Regent Street, into a dessert parlour.

And this week the council granted permission for Kaspa’s to revamp the vacant building, but a timescale for the conversion is yet to be confirmed.

The building has been vacant for two years after the post office relocated across the road to Alexandra Parade.

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A planning statement by Architectures Design Limited on behalf of the applicant said: “Kaspa’s has many stores now throughout the UK, and wherever they go they attract large footfall with huge social media attention that without question has a dramatic increase to the vitality and viability of any location they are situated within.”

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The Mercury has contacted Kaspa’s to confirm when the development will start, and when the restaurant is likely to open, but is yet to receive a response.

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