Plans to open a new location in the heart of Blackburn have taken another step forward with the unveiling of signage for a new steakhouse.
Earlier this year, Blackburn and Darwen City Council revealed details of the £ 3.8million Blakey Moor Townscape Heritage project.
Construction is a key part of the £ 3.8million Blakey Moor Townscape Heritage project, partly funded by the National Lottery, to transform the predominantly Victorian Northgate side of the town center into a leisure district of cafes , cafes and bars.
The plans were developed by award-winning architects Group Ginger; and Blackburn with Darwen Council is looking for a construction company with heritage project experience to undertake the construction work.
The Townscape Heritage project also approved an additional £ 70,000 grant for renovations to 29 Blakey Moor to turn the old Jubilee pub into a ‘Smokin’ Ranch N Grill ‘by the summer.
Plans have now been submitted that show what the new restaurant will look like when completed, with signs indicating the planned vision for the regenerated buildings.
A planning request has been submitted by Zah Hussein showing the proposed signage for the Smokin ‘Ranch N Grill at Lemon Tree.
Councilor Phil Riley, the board’s regeneration boss, said: “This finished design includes some significant changes, especially at the back where the terrain has been put together to produce an attractive recreation space that will really showcase the area. Blakey Moor terrace.
“The council is keen to see the area bustling with activity that will eventually see these historic buildings restored. “
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