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Go-ahead for take-away.

PLANS to turn a former Coventry supermarket into a take-away should give a boost to residents who are short of community facilities, councillors heard yesterday.

The unit in Broad Park Road, Henley Green, is on the end of a shopping parade which has struggled against competition from superstores.

Lesley Wroe, planning control manager, told the city planning committee that the take-away would be used until 11pm on weekdays.

She said there had been concerns about the plans because there was a pub next door, flats above the parade and houses opposite.

Planning officers had at first recommended refusal but Henley ward councillors asked them to think again because of the parade's importance as a focal centre.

Members of the committee agreed to the go-ahead.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Sep 17, 1999
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