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18/05/2016

Appeal: Takeaway shop refused due to harm to residential area

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An appeal for a change of use of a former office to a hot food takeaway in the village of Catrine, East Ayrshire, has been refused, as the reporter viewed that it would be detrimental to the area for reasons including odour and traffic impact.

Reporter Lorna McCallum noted that the building in question is attached to a dwelling and surrounded by residential properties on all sides. She argued that the extraction flume proposed to be attached to the takeaway was likely to result in odours affecting adjacent dwellings, in particular the attached dwelling, due to the proximity of adjacent rear windows.

McCallum noted that there we.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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