Plans for a new restaurant in Wellesbourne are set to be approved by planners at Stratford District Council tonight, despite local opposition.
The application to convert the former Bargain Booze shop on Warwick Road into a restaurant will be considered at the Eastern Area Planning Committee meeting, with planning officers recommending that the plan be approved.
If approved, the restaurant would be able to serve up to 38 diners between the hours of 5-11pm and a flue would also be installed on the building.
However a number of objections have been submitted to the council with local residents highlighting the potential noise, smells and parking problems they believe such a business could bring.
An assessment by Environmental Health agreed that the business would have an impact on those living close by, but these concerns could be controlled with good management and planning control conditions.
The applicant has already made alterations to the proposal, removing the takeaway aspect of the restaurant, following a Highway Authority objection to the scheme.