Bed and breakfast plan for house

Launceston City Council has received a development application to extend the house, built in 1879, and build a perimeter fence.
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Plans include building a sauna, spa and 12.5m by 2.4m lap pool.

The house in Park St was built for James Reading and changed hands several times before being bought by the Girls Guides Association in 1950.

It was bought at auction in July 2003 by the owners and founders of the Irish Murphy’s pub chain, Launceston couple Ralph and Suzanne Norton.

They are the applicants for the bed and breakfast extensions.

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