Plans have been submitted to turn a former fish and chip shop in the heart of Altrincham into a cafe bar.
Local firm Fasciato Architects has submitted an application to transform the former Kingfisher Fish & Chips on Cross Street into a new venue called Memories.
Kingfisher suddenly shut its doors in March after 12 years in business, posting a message on its door thanking customers and stating that "with sad regret we have had to close due to unforeseen circumstances".
This week, Trafford Council's planning department validated an application detailing the plans for the site's next chapter.
Memories is planning to operate as a cafe during the day, serving bubble tea, coffee, tea and 3D foam drinks, which are foam sculptures created in various shapes on top of your drink.
In the evening, Memories will offer alcoholic drinks including specialty cocktails and beers.
Ian Scullion, an architect at Fasciato Architects, told us that the new venue would add to the continued rejuvenation of that part of the town centre, after the recent openings of MOST Bakery and Oppio Lounge.
Although the interior was getting a "light touch" redesign, the overall work would give the site a "better aesthetic appearance", Scullion said.
The new site would also include a substantial outdoor seating area and the introduction of folding windows.