Papa’s pushes south with plans to open in Ramsgate, Kent

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Papa’s Fish & Chips, which has 10 sites in the north of England, is planning to open its first venture in the south with a new takeaway and restaurant in Kent.

It is taking over part of the Grade II listed Royal Pavilion in the seaside town of Ramsgate, which is also home to the UK’s largest Wetherspoon.

Papa’s Hospitality Group has submitted a planning application in which it outlines intentions to revive the current open interior shell into a vibrant three-storey fish and chip restaurant with a takeaway and a new roof terrace.

The application states: ”The building has had a long history with its terrace used by the general public for viewing the sea, dining and general recreation.

“Part of this development plan is to create a new access onto the roof area to fully utilise the terrace space.”

The façade of the 578m2 property will remain unchanged except for the installation of new windows and doors.

The application states that Papa’s is seeking to develop in the south of the country, adding: “This site is part of a national programme in delivering new units, a number of which are now open and trading successfully.”

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