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Friday, 29 August 2014

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New fish and chip shop would create eight jobs

Plans to open a fish and chip shop in Dalston which could create eight jobs have been submitted to Carlisle City Council.

Dalston Co-op photo
The former Co-op shop in Dalston

Family-run Cumbrian construction company Lattimer Homes, based at Mealsgate, near Wigton, wants to turn part of the former Co-op store in The Square into the takeaway.

The company name would be Young’s Fish and Chips.

The old Co-op closed last year and moved to a new location across the road on the former site of J&D Blain garage.

Planning approval has already been granted for three residential units on the ground, first and second floor of the building.

The application states: “The proposals preserve the external character of the building.

“The extract system from the hot food takeaway has been designed to run within the building to a high level on the south western elevation of the building.

“This will reduce its impact on the external fabric of the building, while allowing cooking smells to dissipate at a high level.

“Due to the location of the building being in The Square it is in close proximity to existing car parks.”

The proposal says that three full time and five part time jobs could be created.

The application can be viewed online at www.carlisle.gov.uk via the planning pages or by visiting the Civic Centre between 9am and 5pm Monday to Thursday and 9am to 4pm on Fridays. Representations can be made in writing or online.

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