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Takeaway and off-license plan for former Preston Post Office

New two-shops plan for former Preston Post Office. Permission sought from the East Riding of Yorkshire Council.

PLAN FOR FORMER PRESTON POST OFFICE: A planning application has been submitted to convert the former Preston Post Office into a hot-food takeaway and an off-license. The former Post Office in the village closed in September 2021.

The application plan for the former Preston Post Office, on behalf of the owners of the property, will split the ground floor into two, one a retail unit (“convenience off license” according to the application form), the other a hot-food takeaway. A new frontage for the building with two shop fronts is proposed.

plan for former Preston Post Office
Former Preston Post Office

The planning application (validated 23 March 22) is now open for public and consultee comments.

The application documents are available to view at the East Riding Public Access website and search for reference 21/04483/PLF.

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