Former bank in Street could become a new coffee shop

By Laura Linham

15th May 2024 | Local News

The former Natwest bank in Street looks set to become a new coffee shop (Photo: Nub News)
The former Natwest bank in Street looks set to become a new coffee shop (Photo: Nub News)

The old NatWest building on Street High Street looks set to get a caffeinated makeover.

Plans are in the works to transform the former bank into a coffee shop, with a planning application submitted to the county council for minor external redevelopments, focusing on brightening the interior of the building. place and make it more inviting for coffee enthusiasts.

The application is to lower the base height of the existing windows, which will not only flood the interior with more natural light but is also part of a broader effort to repurpose the building into a coffee shop.

The council's case officer, Charlotte Rogers, noted that the development aims to maintain the architectural integrity of the building while adapting it for its new use.

While the people looking to move into the building have not yet been confirmed, local rumours suggest that Coffee #1 is the chain most interested in moving into the building.

Coffee #1 have not yet responded to a request for comment.

You can view the planning application here.

     

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