A planning application has been submitted to develop the Ye Horns Inn site in Goosnargh.Advertisement
The application includes plans to add three houses and an artisan building, and change the use of a micro-brewery to a retail unit, following the redevelopment of the pub.
The proposals involve the building of three two-storey dwellings, all with five bedrooms and garages.
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It is proposed that each dwelling will comprise of an open plan lounge, dining room and kitchen area, a snug, utility room/ boot room and integral double garage and garden store to the ground floor.
The first floor will comprise four double bedrooms, of which three will contain en-suites and a separate family bathroom.
The loft space will comprise a master bedroom with an en-suite and the garage will also contain a first-floor level for storage.
The commercial elements of the proposal include the change of use of the micro-brewery to a retail unit.
It is proposed to retain the existing building and it will benefit from small areas of dedicated parking for the building including nine extra spaces being added.
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Alterations from the first plan include removing the need for a substantial extension to Ye Horns Inn containing a function room, and instead providing this within the existing building.
It is intended that this space will be utilised to serve diners on a day to day basis.
A second alteration is the removal of the consented lodges on the site and addition of an artisan building for multipurpose use.
It is anticipated that the artisan building can be used in isolation to Ye Horns Inn as it is proposed to contain its own bar, kitchen, WCs, and parking facilities however, the building will be run in conjunction with Ye Horns Inn to ensure that the two venues can function together.
The agent for the development is PWA Planning.
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