An empty clothes shop fronting Preston’s Outdoor Market is to become a tapas bar.
Agenda Tapas and Bar was granted its licence in December last year and is now applying for permission to install a louvred grille in the unit.
The space, which is still owned by the city council and joins Lancastria House, needs planning permission for even small alterations.
Plans put to the city council explain the grille measures 600x600mm and is needed to serve the extraction system in the former shop.
Agenda was granted a licence for music and alcohol to run from 9am to midnight every day of the week.
The plan for the grille is set to be approved by the city council after planning officers recommended it for approval.
Councillors meet on Monday 28 April from 10am at the Town Hall to review the latest planning applications.
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