Nightclub could be converted to flats and store

St Helens Star: St Helens Council is considering the proposals St Helens Council is considering the proposals

A PLANNING application has been drawn up that proposes transforming a nightclub into flats and a retail store.

The Gravy train nightclub on Market Street, Earlestown will be turned into nine flats and shop on the ground floor if the proposals go ahead

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3:43pm Wed 16 Jul 14

barrie timpson says...

I'm really surprised at this news. It's not often the council grants permission for people to build flats and houses.
They normally like to offer something more municipal that we can all use.
I'm really surprised at this news. It's not often the council grants permission for people to build flats and houses. They normally like to offer something more municipal that we can all use. barrie timpson
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4:02pm Mon 21 Jul 14

suzannah q says...

I live in Earlestown and never knew it was called The Gravy Train or where abouts it is till i asked my fella. Theres loads of flats empty aswell as bedsits...we need something to liven up the place...well i think anyway.
I live in Earlestown and never knew it was called The Gravy Train or where abouts it is till i asked my fella. Theres loads of flats empty aswell as bedsits...we need something to liven up the place...well i think anyway. suzannah q
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