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Former Indian restaurant in Broughton to be demolished

Posted on - 5th February, 2019 - 7:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Broughton, Business, Preston News
Another view of the Indian restaurant on the Broughton crossroads
Another view of the Indian restaurant on the Broughton crossroads

An Indian restaurant is to be demolished in Broughton.

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Preston City Council have been notified of the demolition work at the Touch of Spice in Garstang Road.

Its owners, Midas Land Limited, were refused planning permission for building a retirement apartment complex and shops on the site.

However, following the closure of Touch of Spice, in what was the Golden Ball pub, they have applied to move on with demolishing the building.

A new artist impression of how the development at the Broughton crossroads may look
An artist impression of how the development at the Broughton crossroads could have looked

No further plans have been lodged for the site at the Broughton crossroads.

A demolition notice states the work will take place on Thursday 28 February.

Read more: Broughton declares ‘no confidence’ in Preston planners

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