Hollywood nail salon grocery store order rejected ex !
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Viewings for a grocery store in a former nail bar require planning permission, the council has ruled.
The Star reported in December after a request had been sent to the council.
The application, submitted by Ahmedarag, requested a legal certificate for the proposed change in use of the building from a nail bar to a grocery store.
The building has been converted into an Asian grocery.
A law degree is a means of obtaining a decision from the planning authority that the proposed use or works do not require planning permission.
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However, this was rejected by St Helens Council’s planning department.
The app states that the nail salon stopped trading in August 2022.
She added that “the proposed grocery store falls under the same planning category as its previous use” but “the new occupant wants a legal development certificate as evidence before trading.”
Planning permission will be required.
However, in a report recommending a refusal, case officer Alex Poole stated: “Subject to the provisions set forth in the Town and Country Planning (Permitted Public Development) Order 2015 (as amended), it is deemed that the legislation does not include any provision on changing the use of a stud Bar (Sui Generis) to Grocery Store (Category E (A)).
“On this basis, it is considered that planning permission will be required for the proposed change in use.”
A decision notice in the schematics confirmed the decision.