Plans to install a replacement shop front within Brigg town centre have been welcomed by Town Councillors.
The premises at 45 Wrawby Street, within the Conservation Area, are occupied by popular fast food takeaway Marmaris.
Brigg Town Council's Planning & Environment Committee considered the application during its latest meeting, held in the Angel Suite Lounge.
Committee chairman Coun Mike Storey, pictured here, suggested that planning conditions would set out the colour scheme.
He said the application was "spot on" and exactly what was needed.
Having won the support of Brigg Town Council, the application now goes to North Lincolnshire Council planners for a final decision.
The application has been submitted, through agents, by the owner of the building.
Planners have been told that the existing "detrimental" shop front will be replaced by a more appropriate design.
The new timber shop front will incorporates traditional details such as pilasters, plinth, cornices and mullions.
There will be a larger window "to mimic the more traditional shop fronts on the town centre."
|Marmaris Pizza, on Wrawby Street, Brigg|