The plan for the future of the site that houses the closed Pizza Hut on Route 12A in West Lebanon has received a revision. The Lebanon Planning Board will be hearing from August Bristol Pizza LLC of Maine regarding a mixed-use building that they’re planning to build at 257 Plainfield Road after having revised their site plan. The Planning Board previously approved a multi-tenant building that would be twice the size of the closed Pizza Hut building and would house a dental office, a restaurant, and retail storefronts.
But now, the revised plan, according to The Valley News, won’t have retail space but will still have a dental office and a coffee shop, including a drive-thru.
As a result of the revised plan, the square footage has been reduced by around a thousand feet and there will be less parking spaces than originally designed. There has been some discussion regarding the parking situation and how this new building would increase the amount of traffic along 12A, considering there would be dental office employees and patients as well as coffee shop staff and customers.
The Planning Board is expected to examine the redesigned site plan on September 12th.