Plans to transform a former Woolworths retailer into residences and retail area had been given the pass forward.
The Blaenau Ffestiniog Woolies store closed within the Nineties and was once later changed into a furnishings and carpet warehouse.
That retailer then closed and the unit has lain empty for numerous years.
But new plans had been submitted to Gwynedd Council for the partial demolition of the web page to make means for a brand new retail unit and parking areas in addition to 4 residences, with one designated for inexpensive housing.
Planning officials at Gwynedd council had beneficial the appliance for approval and this week the making plans committee gave it the golf green gentle.
Jamie Bradshaw, a director at Owen Devenport, the agent for the appliance, stated: “We were delighted with the planning committee’s approval of this application, which endorses the work by our team, WM Design, and the authority’s planning officers to produce a high quality redevelopment of this long vacant site.
“It will now offer something back to the community, with a mix of low-cost homes and a smaller retail space that is more suited to today’s needs.
“We’re looking forward to seeing the site redeveloped and back in the condition that the community deserves.”
Applicant Llywarch Davies stated the advance would offer “a valuable contribution in addressing the shortfall of housing supply in the county.”