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08/02/2018

Appeal: ‘Health food’ takeaway refused for potential public health harm

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Plans for a health-focused food outlet in a Tyneside business park have fallen foul of local policy that restricts takeaways near schools to tackle child obesity – despite an existing Greggs bakery next door.

The appeal relates to a small parade of commercial units within Quorum business park, in Long Benton, North Tyneside. The appellant sought permission to open a third branch of her business, Kettlebell Kitchens, to follow two existing branches in Manchester. The business, which sells nutritional supplements and provides events catering as well as its restaurant offering, is described as a &ldquo.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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