Keeday seeks to create flats over arcade in Hunstanton

30/12/2015 Keeday Leisure Equipment wants to add a first floor extension onto CHS Amusements, to house seven apartments. The firm bought the arcarde in July this year but says it is struggling to survive and has now lodged plans with West Norfolk Council. The application s planning statement says: This site has very much had a chequered history and has been bought and sold several times over the last 10 years.

It comprises of three retails spaces one arcade, and two caf s. Currently the caf s are both vacant and have been for years; even though they have been continually marketed there has been little or no interest. The arcade has also been a failed business and is struggling to survive.

We believe the application that we have submitted is sensitive and in keeping within the surrounding area.