PLANS to convert a former betting shop to a takeaway have been submitted to the council.

A Mr Ozdil has submitted to Bucks Council a ‘change of use’ application for 2 Nightingales Corner in Little Chalfont.

The former William Hill betting shop is currently vacant and has been since around March 2020, according to council documents.

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The proposal is to provide a new ‘hot food takeaway’.

A new extraction system at the rear of the premises is also planned.

The new takeaway will employ two full-time and four part-time workers, reports suggest.

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Its proposed opening hours are 12pm-11pm, daily.

The owner, believed to reside on Stag Lane, in Chorleywood, has been notified.

Bucks Council validated the online application on Wednesday, April 28.

It is believed the application may have been submitted some time since the middle of March.

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