A CITY centre pub in Salisbury is set for a makeover if a planning application is approved.
Plans have been submitted to Dorset Council to revamp the exterior of the Anchor & Hope pub, in Winchester Street – a listed building.
While the name will remain, paintwork colours will be changed, along with new signage and lighting.
“When selecting the signage for this listed building, consideration has been given to its historical nature in terms of the sizing and design of the new signage,” the application said.
It said the changes would give the building a ‘cleaner finish’.
“The swan neck lights will be replaced with a new, neater looking trough light to illuminate the house name without projecting as far from the building, with the flood lights being replaced like for like,” it went on.
“The illumination will be warm white and the lights will be angled to light the signs only to avoid any kind of light pollution.”
For more information on the plans, and to comment, log on to www.wiltshire.gov.uk and search for application reference PL/2023/07234.