Changes to former pub include new windows and footlights
New windows and footlights could be added to a former pub which closed in 2016.
Proposals have been lodged to vary the conditions of a planning application to convert the former Feathers pub in North Walsham.
The building is being turned into two shops and a one-bedroom flat with the outbuildings, once used as a storage area, becoming two two-bedroom maisonettes.
The revised plans submitted to North Norfolk District Council include a new window, increasing the size of another window, repositioning two windows and adding rooflights.
A barber's shop, Walsham Gents moved onto the ground floor of the former pub in Market Street last year.
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The pub dated back to 1794 when it was called the Three Feathers.
When it closed, it was hoped a heritage centre could be housed there to showcase the town's history, but the idea proved too costly.
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