Councillors to discuss Co-op plan for former Falmouth pub

Councillors to discuss Co-op plan for former Falmouth pub

Councillors to discuss Co-op plan for former Falmouth pub

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The Co-operative’s plans to convert the former Clipper Way pub at Boslowick in Falmouth into a new store with parking and a cash machine are to be debated by the town council’s planning committee on Monday evening.

The proposed new store would have a sales area of around 2,000 sq ft, 20 parking spaces and create up to 20 full and part-time jobs. The company has applied for consent to make alterations to the pub’s frontage and build a small “infill” extension.

The planning committee will meet in the council chamber above the library on The Moor from 6pm.

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