PLANS have been submitted to transform a former dentist right into a tattoo parlour.
A proposal has been put ahead to South Lakeland District Council to transform the higher flooring of a former working males’s institute in Market Place, Kendal right into a tattoo parlour.
The constructing, which is presently empty and never in use, was beforehand used as an orthodontist.
In keeping with the heritage assertion hooked up with the plans, Samsara Customized Tattoos in Finkle Avenue, Kendal hopes to maneuver into the vacant constructing if the proposal is authorized.
It states: “We’re a long-established enterprise in Kendal and presently lease Finkle Avenue. Sadly, after seven years we really feel we are able to now not keep at our present premises
“The previous working males’s institute can be the proper new premises for us. It’s already fitted to be used as a (former) dentist’s and can be good for our hygiene necessities.
“We don’t have to make any structural modifications to the inside of the constructing. We solely want to color the partitions and replace the flooring within the three important rooms.”