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New life for former town centre cafe?

PUBLISHED: 09:43 18 February 2020 | UPDATED: 09:43 18 February 2020

A premises on Regent Street, Great Yarmouth, where a nail bar could open if planners give the thumbs-up. Picture: Sarah Burgess.

A premises on Regent Street, Great Yarmouth, where a nail bar could open if planners give the thumbs-up. Picture: Sarah Burgess.

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A former town centre cafe could reopen as a nail bar - if planners give the go-ahead.

Mocha Cafe, on Regent Street in Great Yarmouth, before it moved to a new premises next door. Picture: Google Maps.Mocha Cafe, on Regent Street in Great Yarmouth, before it moved to a new premises next door. Picture: Google Maps.

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The proposal would see the conversion of a premises on Regent Street in Great Yarmouth.

Until last summer the building had served as Mocha, a coffee and cake shop which relocated last September to a next-door building formerly occupied by Coleman Opticians.

The planning application, submitted to Great Yarmouth Borough Council, states that a company called USA Nails proposes changing to use of the building from cafe to nail bar.

According to the application there would be three full-time and one part-time employees, while the business would open from 9am to 6pm on Monday until Saturday.


































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