Food truck plan for Front Street site
The owners of a food truck have applied for permission to set up shop on a gap site on Front Street in Hamilton.
A planning application, submitted in December by Generosas, proposed an outdoor food court at 81 Front Street featuring the Generosaís food truck.
The plan also included a container, to be used as a kitchen, storage and an office, along with a restroom trailer.
Blueprints in the application show the proposed development on the east side of the site and a fence to separate it from the rest of the property.
The building at 77-81 Front Street was destroyed by a fire in July 2016 and the site has remained undeveloped.
The blaze tore through Onion Jackís tourist store, Chewstick Culture Hub and several businesses operated by Queen Management Services, but no one was injured.
Firefighters battled the blaze for several hours, but were unable to save the structure.
The building, constructed in 1821, was one of only two Georgian-era buildings surviving in the city.
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