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POLICY EP11 - Food & Drink Establishments

Development of a restaurant, hot food take-away, public house or other uses falling within Class A3 of the Town & Country Planning (Use Classes Order) 1987 may be permitted where:

  1. the proposal does not have a significant adverse impact on residential amenity by virtue of giving rise to new or exacerbating existing local problems arising from traffic generation, highway safety, noise, smell or other amenity considerations and
  2. the means of dealing with the extraction of fumes is acceptable in terms of design and impact, particularly within Conservation Areas and proposals affecting listed buildings.

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