Planning Approved for conversion of a well-known former public house in the Louth Conservation Area!
It’s great to be ending the week with another successful project and full planning permission granted for the conversion of a large former pub to form 3 new residential dwellings.
The premises, off Kidgate in the historic and popular market town of Louth, Lincolnshire, was traditionally known as ‘The Golden Fleece’ (or 'Dexters' in recent years).
The building is situated in a fantastic town centre location and just a stones throw from the local services and shops.
Our client complimented Fytche-Taylor Planning on securing planning permission inside 10 weeks, leaving us a 5-star google review noting that all aspects of our service were delivered “to the highest standards”.
The key planning constraints we had to address to secure permission were the building’s location within the Conservation Area, the proximity of 3 listed buildings bordering the site, the constrained site access within a residential street and a robust justification for the loss of a commercial premises.
Work on the conversion is set to commence shortly.
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