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.
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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