A pub near York that was set to be demolished could now enjoy a new lease of life as a drive-thru coffee shop.
Punch Partnerships Ltd, which owns the Four Alls Inn on the A64, wanted to tear it down and replace it with five houses.
The plan drew criticism from the York Campaign for Real Ale, and from York Civic Trust which said the Victorian-era pub had historic value and should be saved.
Now a new planning application has been submitted to City of York Council, asking permission to turn the building into a shop and coffee shop, plus offices on the first floor.
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