Amber Taverns

Plans to convert an empty Chester city centre retail unit into a new pub have been given the green light.

A change of use proposal by North West-based Amber Taverns to transform the old Bonmarche store on Foregate Street into the Leopard Tavern was rubber-stamped by Cheshire West and Chester Council on Friday (February 10).

The pub chain, which has several sites across Cheshire including The William Jessop in Ellesmere Port, will carry out a "significant refurbishment" of the premises. The bar, main seating area, gaming machines, pool table and dart boards will be based on the ground floor, while the first floor will provide more seating space and an outdoor terrace.

Read more at: Cheshire Live

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