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Plans submitted for new restaurant in Tacket Street, Ipswich

PUBLISHED: 13:01 13 February 2018 | UPDATED: 17:06 13 February 2018

A planning application has gone in for it to become a restaurant at 4 Tacket Street

A planning application has gone in for it to become a restaurant at 4 Tacket Street

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A planning application has been lodged for a new restaurant or cafe in Tacket Street, Ipswich.

The application has been submitted by Beane, Wass and Box for a change of use for the former Grabs kitchenware clearance shop, to become a restaurant or cafe.

The unit had previously been a restaurant between 1970 and 1983, before planning was approved for it to become retail.

While no name has been confirmed for the unit currently, it is understood that talks are ongoing, and is likely to be for a local firm rather than a national chain or franchisee.

A spokesman from Beane, Wass and Box said it was important for planning permission to be established before the final tenants were announced.

It is in the consultation period currently, and will be considered by planning officers or committee in early April.

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