CROWTHORNE is set to get a Domino’s after the council approved plans for the pizza-takeaway to set up on Duke’s Road.

The fast-food chain will move into the former Lloyds Bank site after applying for permission from Bracknell Forest Council (BFC) in November 2018.

Crowthorne’s Domino’s could be open to 11.30pm but a report dismissed potential disturbances.

It read: “Given the site’s location within a busy town centre with other similar uses operating between these hours, it is not thought that these hours would cause any unacceptable late night disturbance.”

Four parking spaces are planned for the restaurant but these would be used by delivery drivers and staff.

A proposal submitted to the council sought permission to change the building’s use and to install extraction and ventilation equipment.

There is a flat located above the building and The Prince pub is located opposite, but a report submitted by the applicant read: “The extraction and ventilation equipment has been designed sensitively to ensure that odours are sufficiently dispersed and noise levels are not at an unacceptable level.

The application was approved by BFC on Monday, February 4.

The application received two objections from residents and one neutral comment.

Crowthorne Parish Council recommended the application for approval.

The nearest Domino’s to Crowthorne is currently in Sandhurst.