Plans for a mystery new takeaway in Bracknell are in doubt.

Designs for the eatery, at 10A Wildridings Square, were revealed in April.

Planning documents show proposals to convert a workshop currently used for a biscuit and cake making business to be turned into a hot-food takeaway.

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Three jobs would be created at the eatery, which would be open from 7am to 11pm everyday.

Other than this information, few details exist about the takeaway — including what food would be sold.

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There is also little information about how the takeaway would limit noise and disturbance from its site — something an environmental health officer from the Public Protection Partnership (PPP) noted in their recommendation to refuse the plan.

They wrote: “The information provided indicates that there is an intention to install kitchen extraction.

“The drawings of the premise do not clearly show where the flue will discharge or the discharge height. There is insufficient information provided to demonstrate that noise [or] odour nuisance will not result.

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“Furthermore, there is no noise assessment supplied for the kitchen extraction to determine whether there will be an adverse impact or whether noise levels are acceptable or can be attenuated to acceptable levels.”

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The officer recommended refusal but added they would reconsider their position if more information relating to these concerns is provided.

Bracknell Forest Council (BFC) advertised the lease of the unit for industrial use in this document.

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Annual rent for the premises would total £4,150.

Bracknell Forest Council has not made a decision on the plans yet.