Domino’s Pizza coming to Clevedon
WORLDWIDE pizza delivery business Domino’s Pizza could soon be opening a shop in Clevedon.
A planning application has been submitted to North Somerset Council to change the use of 32 Old Church Road, formally a Thresher’s off licence, into a food takeaway business.
The property, which is on the corner of Old Church Road and Queens Road, will be refurbished to incorporate a preparation and baking area as well as a customer waiting area and office.
In a design and access statement submitted as part of the Domino’s Pizza application, it says “the appearance of the building would be changed by the high level of investment brought to it by an internationally renowned company.
“Domino’s would introduce a high level of investment to the site by refurbishing the unit and creating an operation that would provide employment and a service locally.”
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North Somerset Council has set a target date of February 11 for a decision on the application.
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