A PLANNING APPLICATION proposes building ten new dwellings in Paull following the demolition of the Crown Inn.
The application seeks to build a set of “high-quality, striking buildings” with no habitable accommodation at the ground floor level. This raised design approach would “overcome flood risk issues” states the application. It would “add value and vitality to the Paull river frontage and Main Street,” it says.
The 2,700 square metre site comprises the main pub building, an associated area of hard standing to the east, and the large ‘beer garden’.
The demolition of the pub building will be of concern to many people. It has been a feature of the street scene since 1856.
Find out more about the planning application at the East Riding Public Access website and search for reference: 21/00581/PLF.