Village local could be demolished to make way for nine new houses
The Duke William pub in Haxey which is set to make way for new houses.
By Scunthorpe Telegraph | Posted: 1 Feb 2018
Yet another of North Lincolnshire's historic village locals is set to bite the dust.
For plans have been submitted to flatten the Duke William Hotel in Haxey.
The owner wants redevelop the site on Church Street for new housing.
If given approval nine detached properties would be built on the site along with a 13-space car park.
Planners at North Lincolnshire Council have been told the Duke William is longer viable and losses have been accumulating over the last few years.
The Kings Arms in High Street, Haxey, has already closed, but the village's last remaining pub The Loco also owned by the applicant continues to trade.
The Mowbray Arms, Epworth. (Image: David Haber)
Meanwhile, the Mowbray Arms in Epworth is to be part demolished to make way for a new Co-operative retail outlet.
Planners passed the proposals for the new food outlet which will see part of the Mowbray Pub demolished and extensions and alterations would be made.
Planning permission was also being sought for a new car park layout with access to Albion Hill and Mowbray Street.
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