Former hair salon to become new Denny Community Hub

Plans have been lodged with Falkirk Council to change the use of a former hairdressers to create a new community hub facility.

By James Trimble
Monday, 16th August 2021, 12:24 pm
Updated Monday, 16th August 2021, 12:48 pm

The application by Elizabeth Locke is seeking permission from local authority planners to convert the former Ivy Lounge salon, at 19 Glasgow Road, Denny, into a community hub.

While the Ivy Lounge closed down due to family circumstances in May, the premises housing it has had a number of applications attached to it over the last 10 years, including one – which was withdrawn – to change it into a food and drink retailer.

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Plans have been lodged to create a community hub facility in the building which formerly housed the former Ivy Lounge hair salon

Back in 2015 plans were lodged to create a coffee shop which would offer a selection of cakes and pastries and a small selection of heated food, including paninis.

The building was originally constructed as a stationmaster’s house and was at one time owned by Falkirk Council.

It was declared surplus to requirements by the council in 2009.

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