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Rothesay hot food takeaway plans approved

An application for the partial change of use of these shop premises in Rothesay's Bishop Street was approved by Argyll and Bute Council's planning, protective services and licensing committee on December 18.

An application for the partial change of use of these shop premises in Rothesay's Bishop Street was approved by Argyll and Bute Council's planning, protective services and licensing committee on December 18.

 

An application for a change of use of a Rothesay business premises has been approved by Argyll and Bute councillors.

The application, by local businesswoman Liz McCabe, for the premises at 8 Bishop Street was given the green light by members of the authority’s planning, protective services and licensing committee (PPSL) on Wednesday.

PPSL members decided to approve the application, for the sale of hot food from the shop, after considering a report from planning officer Steven Gove, which stated that the 18 objections to the proposal were mainly motivated by commercial considerations - which are not a material factor in deciding planning matters.

Announcing the news in a post on Facebook, Mrs McCabe said she would have a new extraction system fitted in January to pave the way for the sale of hot food in the evenings.

 

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