Plans submitted to convert charity shop in Street into a nail and beauty salon

  Posted: 18.11.20 at 14:05 by Tim Lethaby

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A planning application has been submitted to Mendip District Council for the conversion of the former PDSA charity shop in Street into a nail and beauty salon.

The application for the change of use on the ground floor from a charity shop (Class A1) to a nail and beauty salon (Sui Generis) at 98A High Street, Street, has been made by Mr The Anh Nguyen.

Up until recently the High Street shop, that sits between Gregg's and Pizza Express, had been occupied by the animal charity.

However, there are now plans for it to be a beauty salon, that would be open from 9am to 7pm Monday to Saturday, and from 10am to 5pm on Sundays.

One other planning application in the Street area has been submitted this week:

Proposed garage conversion, front garage extension, porch extension, facade alterations and all associated works at 9 Gooselade, Street, are wanted by Lee Cleaves.

Planning applications in the Street area that have been decided this week include:

Erection of single-storey rear extension and front porch at 26 Silver Road, Street, by Mr Adrian Sparkes has been approved.

Erection for a two-storey side extension and a single-storey rear extension at 20 Willow Road, Street, by Mr and Mrs M Vowles has been approved.

T1 - sycamore - reduce lower crown by five metres covered by TPO M1288 at 30 Ash Road, Street, by Mr Derek Robson has been approved.

Works to trees in a Conservation Area at Leigh Holt, Stallgrove Lane, Street, by Mr Peter Clothier have been approved.

Erection of a single-storey extension to front elevation at 15 Taunton Road, Pedwell, by Mr and Mrs Edmunds has been approved.

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