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Change of use - Handy Stores (Gold Hill Common)

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Topic: Change of use - Handy Stores (Gold Hill Common)
Posted By: GHResident
Subject: Change of use - Handy Stores (Gold Hill Common)
Date Posted: 30†June†2020 at 7:00am
Does anyone know what is opening next door to the convenience shop on Gold Hill Common? The shop has downsized to half its previous size and the remainder is undergoing some renovation. It looked as though they were bringing in tables yesterday but I canít see a change of use application on the council website. Thanks! 



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Posted By: Sunray
Date Posted: 30†June†2020 at 9:54am
Last planning application was in 2010 for shutters over the shop windows.


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Posted By: brewski
Date Posted: 30†June†2020 at 10:26am
I did hear a while ago part of it was being converted into a cafe.




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Posted By: hissing sid
Date Posted: 30†June†2020 at 10:58am
it was built as two separate shops. 

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Posted By: brewski
Date Posted: 30†June†2020 at 3:50pm
Originally posted by hissing sid hissing sid wrote:

it was built as two separate shops. 

It was two shops before the owner of Handy Stores purchased what used to be Gold Hill Travel and amalgamated them into one.


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Posted By: admarlow
Date Posted: 30†June†2020 at 4:32pm
a new cafe would be nice!


Posted By: GHResident
Date Posted: 30†June†2020 at 6:57pm
A new cafe would be lovely, but sadly there isnít really anywhere to park and people already park dangerously on the corner making it impossible to pull out of Layters Avenue or cross safely as a pedestrian. I suspect a new cafe would need some form of permission from the council (?) so I guess this would be taken into account. 
I didnít realise it used to be a travel agency, how interesting. Was it associated with the Gold Hill travel coaches in the area?


Posted By: Libtek
Date Posted: 02†July†2020 at 2:38pm
way back it was two shops, a general store and a separate greengrocers next door.

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