Proposal to change shop close to Bridlington's seafront into a two-bedroom flat submitted to council

24 West Street. Image courtesy of Google Maps.24 West Street. Image courtesy of Google Maps.
24 West Street. Image courtesy of Google Maps.
A proposal to change a retail space to residential accommodation has been submitted to East Riding of Yorkshire Council planners.

The plan, which also would see alterations to the shop front at 24 West Street to create a new flat unit, internal alterations to existing flat, and the installation of rooflights to front and rear to create additional living accommodation at third floor level for the use of existing flat.

The design and access statement said: “24 West Street lies in a predominantly residential area with some ground floors converted into shops or commercial space.

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"The application is for the change of the ground floor shop to a two-bedroom flat (incorporating some first floor space from the three bedroom flat on the first and second floors).

The existing and proposed design for 24 West Street. Image courtesy of East Riding of Yorkshire Planning Portal/Piercy DesignThe existing and proposed design for 24 West Street. Image courtesy of East Riding of Yorkshire Planning Portal/Piercy Design
The existing and proposed design for 24 West Street. Image courtesy of East Riding of Yorkshire Planning Portal/Piercy Design

"The proposal also includes alterations to the rear single storey attached outbuilding to be incorporated into the new flat. The rear yard would be opened up to the ‘ten foot’ to create a parking space for one car.”

Visit East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s planning portal to find out more about the proposal (ref no 24/01379/PLF).

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