New chip shop plan is put in

Todmorden could have a new fish and chip shop, if a planning application to change the use of a building is approved.

A former newsagents at 218 Burnley Road, Todmorden, could become a branch of the Fryer Goggins chain.

Mr Yong Biao Zhao has applied to Calderdale Council for permission to change the use of the premises from newsagents (A1) to fish and chip shop (A5).

Mr Zhao represents the Fryer Goggins company, of Bacup.

In a supporting statement he says that the premises were previously a newsagents that also sold food, and if granted the premises would go under the name of Fryer Goggins.

Any representations on the application should be with Calderdale Council planners by April 12.

Other plans received by the council last week include the following.

Mr Steve Holland has applied to the council to extend the residential curtilage (lawful development certificate) at 4 Lilly Hall, Heptonstall Road, Hebden Bridge. Any representations must be with planners by tomorrow (April 5).

Ms Carol Haywood has applied to the council for permission to create a new window opening to the front elevation at the ground floor of 4 Lower Chiserley, Billy Lane, Old Town. Any representations should be with the council by tomorrow.

Ms Danielle Pilling has applied for planning permission to demolish a garage to facilitate a single storey side extension to 16 Stocks Gardens, Mytholmroyd.

Any representations on this application should be with planners by April 12.