WELL-SUPPORTED plans to change the ‘incredibly dangerous’ entrance to the town centre’s McDonald’s have been shelved.

Back in September 2019, the fast-food chain unveiled plans to change the steepness of the ramp leading up to the restaurant.

Bracknell News:

Bosses at the town centre eatery wanted to make the ramp less steep.

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This came after one resident claimed they suffered whiplash as a result of slipping on the slope in a comment left on McDonald’s’ planning application.

They wrote: “The current ramp design is incredibly dangerous, particularly when wet.

Bracknell News:

“It is inaccessible to many as well as causing a danger to even the most able of walkers.

“I slipped and as a result, suffered from whiplash.”

Bracknell News:

Many residents reacted to the design-change with their stories encountering the sharp slope, telling the News of their near-misses at McDonald’s.

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One said: “I slipped on the way in this week and myself and my son fell on top of each other coming out. It’s so dangerous.”

But the plans were withdrawn by the applicant last month.

Bracknell News:

A Bracknell Forest Council planning officer responded to the request for the application to be withdrawn.

They wrote: “I confirm that the above planning application has now been withdrawn and no further consideration of the proposal will be undertaken.”

McDonald's has been contacted for comment.