Takeaway and diner secured on industrial estate

Retaining a takeaway and diner on an industrial estate in Wiltshire would not undermine the character of the area, an inspector ruled.

The site comprised a grass verge upon which sat a food trailer enclosed under a timber roof with a storage/cooking area to the rear with a metal clad extension for indoor dining. It was set back broadly in line with substantial metal security fencing and while its design and materials were somewhat utilitarian, the inspector decided that it did not have a ‘temporary’ appearance nor was unduly out of character. Nor did he believe that it detracted from the wider commercial appeal of the business park.

Inspector: I Bowen; Written representations


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