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New signage approved for Netherfield’s Hotel Chocolat

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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Gedling Borough Council planners have approved new signage for the proposed new Hotel Chocolat in Netherfield.

The signage approval follows last month’s approval for a change of use of Unit R2, Victoria Retail Park from Class E(b) restaurant / café to class E(a) retail and / or Class(b) restaurant / cafe.

Three no. illuminated fascia signs and one no. illuminated box sign have been approved following a report recommending approval dated June 24 authorised by Service Manager Development Services / Principal Planning Officer. The report recommended approval for the following reasons:

‘It is considered that the proposed signage is acceptable in terms of its siting, appearance, scale and luminance and would not visually impact on the character of the building, the appearance of the streetscene or the wider setting nor upon the amenity of neighbouring sites and properties and highway safety. Taking the above into account, it is considered that the proposal is appropriate for its context and is in accordance with the Section 12 of the NPPF (2023).’

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Image courtesy of Gedling Borough Council planning.

The unit was previously occupied by Frankie and Benny’s, prior to their closure in 2020.

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

Image courtesy of Gedling Borough Council planning.

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

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