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Star Pubs and Bars plan new signage for popular Redhill pub – The Waggon and Horses

The approved proposal comprises the installation of a number of signs to replace the existing signage at the site and the building would also be repainted as part of the works.

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Plans to erect illuminated and non-illuminated signs to the exterior of popular Arnold / Redhill pub ‘The Waggon and Horses’ have been approved by Gedling planners.

The application submitted by S R Signs of Leeds acting as agent on behalf of Star Pubs and Bars was granted permission in a decision notice dated June 3, 2024.

IMAGE: Proposed site location (Courtesy of Gedling Borough Council planning)

Planning documents state that the proposal comprises the installation of a number of signs to replace the existing signage at the site and that the building would also be repainted as part of the works.

The proposed signage includes:

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SIGN A – TWO X NEW SETS OF INDIVIDUAL HOUSENAME LETTERS FINISHED WHITE
SIGN B – ONE X NEW DOUBLE SIDED HANGING PANEL AND FRET CUT LOGO, ILLUMINATED BY LINOLITES
SIGN C – ONE X NEW DOUBLE LEGGED TOTEM SIGN, ILLUMINATED BY TROUGH LIGHT
SIGN D – ONE X NEW AMENITY BOARD
SIGN E – ONE X NEW CHALKBOARD
SIGN F – ONE X NEW SMALL ENTRANCE SIGN
SIGN G – ONE X NEW DISCLAIMER SIGN
SIGN H – ONE X NEW COREX POST SIGN
SIGN I – TWO X NEW LANTERNS TO ENTRANCE
SIGN J – SIX X NEW FLOODLIGHTS

IMAGE: Proposed signage elevations (Courtesy of Gedling Borough Council planning and S R Signs Ltd.)

Further details regarding Planning Application 2024/0246 can be accessed HERE.

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