Family consider fresh food kiosk bid for Portishead park

An artist's impression of what the kiosk would have looked like. Picture: CGM Bristol.

An artist's impression of what the kiosk would have looked like. Picture: CGM Bristol. - Credit: Archant

A food kiosk bar for a Portishead park has been refused planning permission twice, but a family may consider launching a fresh bit.

Giusy Amico applied for planning permission to build the eatery in Pill Park, but the application was refused by North Somerset Council and by an independent inspector after an appeal.

However, the Times has been told the family are considering re-applying for planning permission as they believe Portishead’s growing population needs a kiosk like this.

In a poll run on the Times’ website, 92 per cent of readers surveyed said they would like to see it receive planning permission.


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