Friday, 20 October 2017

Shop plans cash point

A SUPERMARKET in Henley wants to install a cash machine.

A SUPERMARKET in Henley wants to install a cash machine.

Sainsbury’s in Bell Street has submitted a planning application to South Oxfordshire District Council.

The machine would be positioned on the outside wall of the store and surrounded by a non-illuminated lozenge sign.

The application says: “[It] will be positioned sensitively on the front elevation and treated as an integral part of the building’s consented design.

“It will be designed using a colour palette similar to the existing appearance and will not have an impact on pedestrian safety.



“[It] will not cause harm to the appearance and character of the host building or the Henley conservation area.”

The district council will determine the application next month.

Sainsbury’s opened in June 2009 in the former Woolworths store, which closed in December 2008 after more than 80 years of trading.



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