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Hotel Chocolat arrival in Netherfield moves a step closer as Gedling planners approve planning application

It is believed that the proposed occupation of the unit by Hotel Chocolat will generate 15 jobs in both full and part time positions.

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A planning application submitted by Montagu Evans on behalf of The Crown Estate to change the use of Unit R2 from Class E(b) restaurant / café to class E(a) retail and / or Class(b) restaurant / café has been approved by Gedling planners.

The unit was previously occupied by Frankie and Benny’s, prior to their closure in 2020 and supporting planning documents submitted by Montagu Evans advise that the application was submitted with the aim to facilitate occupation of the Unit by Hotel Chocolat.

The planning statement provided in support of the application advises that the application only refers to the use of the Unit and does not involve any physical works and that any new signage will form a separate application for advertisement consent.

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The planning statement further advised that a sequential assessment concluded that there are no sequentially preferable sites within either Arnold Town Centre or any other nearby Local Centre’s within the Borough capable of accommodating the development. Therefore, the application site was the most sequentially preferable location to accommodate the proposed development.

It is believed that the proposed occupation of the unit by Hotel Chocolat will generate 15 jobs in both full and part time positions.

Hotel Chocolat opened it’s first shop in London in 2004 and currently has 126 stores including 40 in Japan.

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