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Restaurant plan depends on mezzanine floor

Posted by Marianne
November 14, 2012 in Mezzanine Flooring

J.D. Wetherspoon, the national pub chain, has applied for planning permission to open a restaurant in the country town of Diss, situated on the banks of the River Waveney on the border of Norfolk and Suffolk.

The plans for the restaurant are subject to obtaining permission for the installation of a  mezzanine flooring  mezzanine flooring level to create an upstairs dining area.

Wetherspoon already owns 860 pubs in the UK and the latest proposal has caused some concern in the small town, which has several pubs serving food, with the nearby Waterfront Inn on Mere Street most likely to be affected by competition.

The new restaurant forms part of a planned expansion by Kings Head Yard landlord Joe Darrell, which he proposes to build on the existing car park of his pub just off Mere Street.

The plans also include large French doors onto a patio overlooking the Mere, a natural lake with its deepest point at 18 feet and around six acres in area, and a walkway across the Mere to allow tourists and local people alike to observe the natural attributes of the lake, its teeming wildlife and the surrounding countryside at close quarters.

Inside, the restaurant will be spread over the downstairs bar area and a more private dining area situated on the mezzanine floor.

Plans were submitted to South Norfolk Council at the end of October and a decision is expected soon, with work commencing on the building at some time next spring.

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