Planning application – Use of pub as a restaurant and takeaway

8 small drawings showing the existing ground floor plan, existing basement, proposed ground floor, proposed basement, existing front elevation, existing rear, proposed front, and proposed rear. The drawings look to be done in pencil, with no colour. The proposed ground floor plan shows space for three tables of 4, as well as a waiting area.
Existing and proposed plans

An application has been received for the use of a public house (Sui Generis) as a restaurant (Class 3)/hot food takeaway (Sui Generis) and the erection of a flue. This application is for 224 Abercromby Street, previously known as the Treble Two/222, for an applicant known as Chilos Hot Food.

Image of the treble two bar, taken on a sunny day with scottish flags flying. This image is from July 2021 Google Street view.
The Treble Two bar, as of July 2021. Image from Google Street View

The application includes a new stainless steel framed shop frontage, but allocates no space for bin storage, explaining in the application that the collection of waste will be carried out by a private contractor.

Further details can be found by searching for 22/03212/FUL, and all comments, views and objections should be sent by 13/02/2023 to planning&

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