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A planning application in Thetford that would see a former bank building converted into a 24-hour gambling arcade has had a large number of objections from residents.

King Street’s HSBC bank building, closed since December 2020, would be transformed into a seven-day-a-week venue and create eight jobs if agreed.

But on Breckland Council’s planning portal more than 40 objections have been raised to the application with an online petition set up for no more gambling establishments in Thetford also having around 300 signatures to it.

The former HSBC in Thetford. Picture: Kevin HurstThe former HSBC in Thetford. Picture: Kevin HurstThe former HSBC in Thetford. Picture: Kevin Hurst

One of those commenting on the application was Rebecca Wilson, who said: “There are already similar amenities in the town. Also, there is already quite a high antisocial behaviour problem in the town which I feel will be compounded by a 24 hour business like this. This is a market town not Las Vegas.”

Fellow town resident, Sue MacDonald, said though she would like to see empty retail units in the town centre occupied, there was no more capacity for another gambling establishment.

She added: “This sort of venue preys on the vulnerable in society, those who have little or no money to gamble. These gambling centres breed addiction and give only a few moments pleasure to those filling someone else’s pockets.

“I urge you (Breckland Council) to whole heartedly reject the application for this adult gaming centre or any others that may be applied for in the future. Please be a responsible council and help to keep the people of Thetford safe.”

The applicant’s agent, JMS Planning and Development Ltd, was approached for comment.

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