Plans have been submitted to convert a pub in Tweedmouth in the north-east of England into a new dental surgery for the town.
The Grove pub in Tweedmouth could be turned into a dental surgery under plans submitted to the local council.
Planning officials will decide whether to give the green light to applicant Jesmond-based Shabin Chohan, reports the Berwick Advertiser.
The pub is currently owned by Punch Taverns and the terms of the proposal outline that the dental surgery would be housed in extensions to be built at the site.
Earlier in the year, plans were submitted to create a new dental surgery at a new superstore in the north of England.
Tesco wants to put a gym above the location in Stretford, Manchester, along with a supermarket and a dental surgery, reported the Manchester Evening News.
However, the supermarket giant’s plans for the site have been met with some local opposition.