Willow Brook Centre: Planning appeal lodged.

Willow Brook lodges appeal against “McDonald’s & Starbucks” planning refusal

Agents acting on behalf of Bradley Stoke’s Willow Brook shopping centre have lodged an appeal against South Gloucestershire Council’s decision to refuse planning permission for two new drive-through food and drink units (foreseen to be occupied by McDonald’s and Starbucks) and two new retail units at the town centre site. The controversial planning application, submitted in March 2018, was first

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Photo of the Spatial Planning Committee meeting in progress.

McDonald’s and Starbucks drive-through plans refused for second time

Proposals for two new 24-hour drive-through food units and new retail space at Bradley Stoke’s Willow Brook Centre have been refused permission by councillors for a second time. South Gloucestershire Council’s (SGC’s) Spatial Planning Committee, meeting at Brook Way Activity Centre on 19th March, had been tasked with “re-evaluating” the application after councillors on a lower-level committee had ignored the

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Elevations of proposed Starbucks and McDonald's restaurants.

Decision day (take three) for McDonald’s and Starbucks planning application

Councillors on South Gloucestershire Council’s (SGC’s) Spatial Planning Committee (SPC) will meet in Bradley Stoke on Tuesday afternoon (19th March) to “re-evaluate” a controversial planning application for new development at the town’s Willow Brook shopping centre. The proposed scheme, which includes two new drive-through food units expected to be occupied by McDonald’s and Starbucks, had been recommended for approval by the council’s

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Photo showing council members, officials and members of the public at the DMC meeting on 21st February.

SGC committee refuses permission for McDonald’s and Starbucks drive-throughs

A controversial planning application for new developments at Bradley Stoke’s Willow Brook shopping centre that would include two new drive-through food units anticipated to be occupied by McDonald’s and Starbucks has been refused permission. The proposed scheme, which also includes two new retail units and rearrangement of the car park, had been recommended for approval by a South Gloucestershire Council

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Annotated plan showing 'brick to brick' distances between the proposed McDonald's and Starbucks food units and the closest property in Wheatfield Drive.

Decision day (take two) for McDonald’s and Starbucks planning application

Councillors on South Gloucestershire Council’s (SGC’s) Development Management Committee will meet in Bradley Stoke tomorrow afternoon (Thursday 21st February) to once again consider a controversial planning application for new development at the town’s Willow Brook shopping centre. The proposed scheme, which includes two new drive-through food units expected to be occupied by McDonald’s and Starbucks, has been recommended for approval

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Composite image showing McDonald's and Starbucks logos overlaid on a photo of the Willow Brook Centre site.

Local councillors win site inspection concession in row over McDonald’s and Starbucks plans

A decision on whether the Willow Brook Centre will be allowed to construct two drive-through food units in the north-eastern corner of its car park, just 25m away from residential properties in Wheatfield Drive, has been deferred for at least a month. The delay, to allow time for councillors on South Gloucestershire Council’s (SGC’s) Development Management Committee to undertake a

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