Takeaway for empty spot
A NEW takeaway is set to revamp a shop unit in Belton that has been empty for the past three years.
Plans have been approved by planning chiefs at North Lincolnshire Council for the owners of the property located on the corner of King Edward Street and the junction of High Street to open the venue.
The applicant, Mr N Mattu, has submitted a planning application to build a detached brick storage unit to the rear of the proposed takeaway premises to provide additional storage.
The takeaway site will be at the location of the former Post Office and village store.
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The site was redeveloped in 2010 with the building of three terraced houses and a retail unit with a flat above. That unit on the western end of the terrace, which has not been occupied since it was completed, is planned for the takeaway.
One King Edward Street resident, Sophia Mathew, said: "It's better having a takeaway there than having the building just left like that."
A decision on the storage unit is expected by April 2.