Plans for long vacant Grangemouth hotel to be turned into shop and restaurant

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An application has been lodged with Falkirk Council to partly change the use of a hotel to create a shop, a restaurant and a beer garden.

The proposal, lodged by Mohammad Choudhry, also seeks to install a boundary fence and roller shutters, as well as make certain alterations to the Avongrange Hotel, in Kersiebank Avenue, near Charlotte Dundas Court, Grangemouth.

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According to the planning documents, ancillary accommodation at the premises will be altered to increase the number of bedrooms at the hotel from 14 to 27.

The long-vacant Avongrange Hotel, near Charlotte Dundas CourtThe long-vacant Avongrange Hotel, near Charlotte Dundas Court
The long-vacant Avongrange Hotel, near Charlotte Dundas Court

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