Berkshire news Grill King faces heat from people living nearby PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The van would sell wraps, burgers, kebabs and donners - but a petition has been lodged hoping to see the plan skewered

Berkshire news Grill King faces heat from people living nearby PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The van would sell wraps, burgers, kebabs and donners - but a petition has been lodged hoping to see the plan skewered

Berkshire news  Grill King faces heat from people living nearby PremierLeague-News.Com
20 June 2022 - 03:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Families living around a Berkshire street are fighting to stop a new street trader opening. The Grill King hopes to open on Cippenham Lane Service Road, Slough. The Grill King would sell including 'wraps, burgers, kebabs, donners' and chicken strips from the back of a Citroen van parked on the street. There would also be a range of drinks, with the entire range for takeaway and 'no sitting'. The trader has requested permission to operate between 1pm and 2am each day Monday to Sunday. The application also wants permission to serve food until 3am on Bank Holidays and on New Year's Day. However the plans have not been welcomed by some people living in the area - with a petition opposing the plan lodged to the council. Thames Valley Police and Slough Borough Council's Licensing Officers have also raised concerns about the scheme. "Why are you even considering this application?" One person living nearby, referred to in their objection only as Resident A, asked the council why they were 'even considering this application' - adding there were already two food outlets in the area. They added: "There is also the problem of people congregating after midnight.

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. We are already having to accept a major increase in traffic with the introduction of Lidl on the Slough Retail Park and definitely do not need any negative attractions in this location." Another person living in the area, referred to as Resident B, raised concerns about increased traffic in the area. They also had concerns about people loitering in the area before and after getting their food from the van. They added: "There is currently enough anti-social behaviour during the day and night, and we don't want another reason to encourage people to 'hang around, especially in the early hours of the morning. Off-road parking is already limited and often there are large articulated lorries that pull over that obstruct the road and cause congestion for periods of time which make it difficult for there to be a consistent flow of traffic." Resident C raised concerns about litter, the negative impact on shops in the area, noise and the kebab van being too close to a school during an 'obesity crisis'. A total of 14 people have also signed a petition opposing the van setting up on the street. Slough Borough Council is now set to make a decision on the licensing application. The council will make a decision at its Licensing Sub-Committee on Thursday, June 23. For the latest news from Slough and elsewhere in Berkshire, you can sign up to our free newsletter here

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