New takeaway plan backed
A new takeaway restaurant has been given the green light in Fakenham town centre despite concerns including anti social behaviour and litter.Ilyas Aygun has been given permission by North Norfolk Council to convert a former shop at 33 Bridge Street opposite the public car park into a takeaway.
A NEW takeaway restaurant has been given the green light in Fakenham town centre despite concerns including anti-social behaviour and litter.
Ilyas Aygun has been given permission by North Norfolk Council to convert a former shop at 33 Bridge Street opposite the public car park into a takeaway.
His scheme had drawn objections from
13 people in Fakenham, and the
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town council said it objected in the strongest possible terms as there
were several existing fast food
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outlets already nearby.
Police were concerned about young people gathering and causing anti social behaviour and litter.
They were also worried about cars leaving the rear of the premises, according to a report to North Norfolk Council's development control committee on Thursday.
Other objectors raised concerns about noise vandalism, impact on local residents and the need for more shops rather than takeaways.
The committee decided to give Mr Aygun planning permission subject to conditions relating to opening hours, ventilation and extraction of the takeaway and external lighting.