A former car dealership in Keighley town centre could be converted into a restaurant and take away if new plans are approved.

Bradford Council has received a planning application for the former Pentagon dealership on Worth Way, which sold Peugeot and Fiat cars.

Pentagon took over the dealership in 2013, but shut the business in March 2018.

But now a planning application to convert the 996 square metre site into a restaurant/take away has been submitted to the Council by C Bailey.

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The application includes 14 parking spaces and a disabled parking space.

Proposed opening hours for the restaurant are 4:30pm - midnight Monday to Thursday, 4:30pm – 1am Friday to Saturday and 4:30pm – 11pm on Sundays.

A decision on the application is expected in early November.