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Much-missed restaurant could return to town

PUBLISHED: 15:14 16 January 2020 | UPDATED: 15:40 16 January 2020

Plans for new Holt restaurant on site of former Yetmans. Norwich Road view with No 37 to left and No 39 to right. Pictures: NNDC planning documents/ James Lee Studio

Plans for new Holt restaurant on site of former Yetmans. Norwich Road view with No 37 to left and No 39 to right. Pictures: NNDC planning documents/ James Lee Studio

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A much-missed restaurant could be heading back to a north Norfolk town.

The former Yetmans restaurant in Norwich Rd, Holt. Pictures: NNDC planning documents/ James Lee StudioThe former Yetmans restaurant in Norwich Rd, Holt. Pictures: NNDC planning documents/ James Lee Studio

Plans have been lodged for a change of use from residential to restaurant and B&B bedrooms at a Grade 2 listed property in Norwich Road, Holt.

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Yetmans restaurant occupied the site from 1988 to 2006 and the property is now a single dwelling as per planning approval to return to residential use.

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A design, access and heritage statement prepared by James Lee Studio, on behalf of the applicants, says: "Our independent clients are a professional couple with extensive experience in the restaurant sector. They are passionate about sensitively bringing this much-missed restaurant back to Holt. The restaurant will provide exceptional quality food using the best local suppliers and produce."

The application is for a change of use to restaurant at ground floor and three bedrooms at first floor. And for internal alterations to allow for the change of use.


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