New ice cream parlour in Louth could delight sweet-toothed residents

A new ice cream parlour could be set up in Louth if a planning application is given the thumbs up.
A new ice cream parlour could be set up in Louth if a planning application is given the thumbs up.

A new ice cream parlour could be set up in Louth if a planning application is given the thumbs up.

Neil Crossland has put forward the proposal to East Lindsey District Council to set up shop at 14 Queen Street Louth, currently ‘an existing (but vacant) beauty salon’.

In a supporting statement on the application, the agent Michael A Upton said: “There will be no hot food, hot snacks or hot drinks served as the proposal is to sell themed ice creams and milk shakes, Snickers, Mars and Toffee Crisp etc, for consumption on the premises.”

The opening hours would be 8.30am to 6pm seven days a week.

A decision on the proposal will be made by the district council in the coming months.