Pavement café plan set for approval

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A CITY-CENTRE food shop in York is set to be allowed to keep its pavement café open at a meeting this week.

The owners of the West Cornwall Pasty Company, on Parliament Street, saw their original temporary two-year permission for the outdoor eating area expire in April, and their application for it to stay in place is recommended for approval when City of York Council meets on Thursday.

The cafe operates until 6pm Monday to Saturday and 4pm on Sundays.

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10:45am Tue 13 Nov 12

roskoboskovic says...

why was the thorntons application turned down.
why was the thorntons application turned down. roskoboskovic
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11:31am Tue 13 Nov 12

powerwatt says...

roskoboskovic wrote:
why was the thorntons application turned down.
As there isn't space outside Thorntons.

Also this seating area has been there for years,
[quote][p][bold]roskoboskovic[/bold] wrote: why was the thorntons application turned down.[/p][/quote]As there isn't space outside Thorntons. Also this seating area has been there for years, powerwatt
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6:06pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Ignatius Lumpopo says...

Hmm - iffy grammar. According to this, it will be allowed to keep its pavement cafe open only during the meeting this week. Or do you mean it will be open for longer, at other times, in the future?
Hmm - iffy grammar. According to this, it will be allowed to keep its pavement cafe open only during the meeting this week. Or do you mean it will be open for longer, at other times, in the future? Ignatius Lumpopo
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