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Retail plans for derelict Matlock tyre depot

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A derelict business premises could be transformed into a new retail outlet if a planning application is approved.

T C Harrision Group Ltd, which owns the former Hi Q tyre depot, in Firs Parade, Matlock, has applied to Derbyshire Dales District Council to change the use of the site to a retail unit.

The firm already has a potential tenant lined up for the site, The Original Factory Shop, which sells a variety of goods, including clothing, footwear, cosmetics, electrical goods, housewares and toys.

The premises, which measures 0.15 hectares, has been empty for six years.

To view the application, search for reference ‘14/00314/FUL’ on the planning section of the district council’s website www.derbyshiredales.gov.uk.

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