Takeaway plan for Oban town centre

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Plans have been submitted to create a new takeaway in Oban.

Guzel Denli has applied to Argyll and Bute Council seeking planning permission for the former Yorkshire Building Society premises at 91 George Street.

The application requires alterations to the property and the council giving its approval for a change of use from office space to a hot food takeaway.

Mr Denli is represented by Gateside Design based in Dunfermline who submitted the application in November.

It was out to consultation until December 29 although no comments had been received.

The application is expected to be decided before the end of January 2021.

Yorkshire Building Society announced in 2017 that 20 of its 163 branches would close with Oban being among them.

The company said at the time that the reason for doing so was because more people were using online banking.