Lancaster barber shop could become takeout by selling Greek and Turkish food

A takeaway selling Greek and Turkish food is expected to open in Lancaster.

Feysullah Bagis filed an application to change the use of 25 Church Street in the heart of downtown.

The building was last used as a hairdressing salon and the applicant wishes to modify the use of the building to allow it to serve hot dishes. An exhaust fan will also be installed.

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The documents submitted with the application state: “The main activity of the applicant is the preparation of Greek and Turkish style food which consists of a wide variety of basic food types, including fresh salads.

“The applicant claims that he offers a comprehensive range of healthy foods for sale.

“The use of the hair salon at this property has ceased as it is not commercially viable. The proposals have a positive impact on the emergence of a key unit.

“The proposal is a year-round facility and will potentially, in accordance with the owner’s business practices, provide employment for up to five local people. “

The opening hours offered are 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Monday to Thursday and 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. Friday to Sunday.

A decision will be made after a public consultation period.

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