A 24-hour convenience store in Aberdeen has applied for permission to sell hot food.
The L&M Convenience Store on the corner of Hutcheon Street and Holland Street has submitted a change of use application to Aberdeen City Council.
Planning documents stated: “The proposed change of use is to allow the current owner of the convenience store to serve freshly cooked snacks supplementing the current cold and pre-warmed foods available, this is by way of a small oven with integral catalytic filter removing the need for an external flue to be sited in the new prep area.”
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The proposals added: “There is, however, a requirement for air extract from the prep area to alleviate the potential for hot air build up due to the siting of the plant to this area this will be via a high-level wall mounted extract fan utilising a pre-existing duct currently concealed by the shop front fascia.”