A NEW adult gaming shop could be on its way to the town centre if new plans are approved.

This is just one of five interesting new proposals submitted by Bracknell Forest Council (BFC) in the past few weeks.

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For full details of each plan enter the planning reference at planapp.bracknell-forest.gov.uk.

New adult gaming centre (planning reference: 20/00657/FUL)

‘Merkur Slots’ could soon be moving in at 20 High Street if this plan goes ahead.

The adult gaming centre, which would be run by international brand Cashino Gaming Ltd, would replace the former William Hill store.

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According to a planning brochure submitted by Cashino, the adult gaming centre would not be a betting shop.

Their store would not offer the controversial fixed-odds betting terminals and are places where “people come to spend their spare change, have a game of bingo and enjoy their favourite pastime in convenient locations.”

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The average stake from a Cashino customer is between 30 and 40 pence, according to the group.

Cashino currently operates 170 adult gaming centres across the UK under the Merkur Slots brand.

If the plans are approved, the new store would be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and would create five full-time jobs.

Changes at Sandhurst gym (20/00658/FUL)

Last year planning chiefs approved proposals to convert Sandhurst’s Foundation Fitness Club into thirteen homes.

More than 12 months later, the gym is still open to fitness fanatics despite permission for the conversion being granted.

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Now it seems plans are moving forward, with updated designs submitted to Bracknell Forest Council.

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The new sketches show alterations to the layout of the new homes, which would all be flats.

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These new drawings mean developers will again need permission before moving ahead with the Yorktown Road conversion.

Four new homes in Warfield (20/00617/FUL)

Another four homes could be added at Scotlands House on Forest Road according to these proposals.

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Each house would feature three-bedrooms and landscaping works are also planned.

This application comes after plans for 15 homes at the same site were refused in July, not long after proposals for a dozen homes were thrown out in November 2019.

Six new homes in Crowthorne (20/00669/FUL)

Six three-bedroom homes could also go up in Crowthorne at Sandhurst Lodge.

These plans also include the building of 10 garages to accompany the new homes.

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Building these new structures would follow the demolition of existing dilapidated stables and garages.

Two new homes in Sandhurst (20/00716/FUL)

Two new detached homes could go up on 329 Yorktown Road in College Town if these plans get the green light.

Both homes would be three-bedroom dwellings.

This plan is pending consideration.