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New plans for empty pub
Plans have been approved that will give a new lease of life to a redundant Beverley pub. The boarded-up Humber Keel in Coltman Avenue, which closed in January, will be home to a shop on the floor ground-floor with residential flats above. The plans, submitted by Dudley-based SEP Properties, were approved by East Riding Council and include a ground-floor extension to the side of the existing building.
Although some objections had been voiced to the proposals, Beverley Civic Society welcomed plans to bring the building back into use. No commercial tenant has yet been identified but there will be parking for 19 cars. A condition of the permission states there should not be any deliveries to the building outside of the hours 6am to 11pm.