Planing application for a new Turkish Takeaway

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A planning application has been submitted for a new Turkish Takeaway in Marlow.

The location is at 27 West Street, in what used to be Ladbrokes, and next door to Domino’s Pizza. Hence the application is for a change of use from betting shop to hot food takeaway.

Just to stir memories, this unit used to be Blockbuster video back in the day – we have fond memories of that, and have included a photo for that reason!

The proposed alterations to the building include minor alterations of the glazed shop front to replicate that of the neighbouring Domino’s pizza. Inside, there would be alterations to the existing shop layout, with the introduction of food serving and preparation areas, plus some limited seating.

The applicant has requested opening hours of 0700-2300hrs daily.

From the publicly available plans, we note the shopfront signage gives the name of “Marlow Mangal” offering “authentic Turkish kebabs and meze”

Any comments so far?

It should be noted that thus far a number of objections have been lodged from neighbours, on grounds of noise, smell, public nuisance, parking and deliveries etc – citing existing issues with Dominos Pizza along these lines. There is also reference to questioning the need , given “Marlow has two renowned fast food operators who operate in a similar field to the applicants from their own Mobile Food units”

One objectioner also commented that “No planning notices have been displayed on either the windows or in any proximity to the unit”

Watch this space!

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Article author: Paul Merchant

About the author: Founded MyMarlow.co.uk in its original version back in 2000 - yes the internet DID exist back then. Brought up in Marlow, went to school here, now has children at the same schools. Quite clearly loves all things Marlow - hence spending nearly 2 decades doing this!

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