Application Made for Another High Road Food Stall

Turkish delicacies would be served outside Betfred

The site of the planned stall on Chiswick High Road
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Hounslow Council’s Licensing Panel is to consider an application to set up a food stall on Chiswick High Road.

The ‘Flavour Land London’ stall would be at 257-259 Chiswick High Road outside the premises of Betfred.

The applicant, Mr Gokhan Bozkurt, says it well provide homemade Turkish food such as lahmacun, pastries, dolma, meze and cakes as well as hot and cold drinks.

It would be licensed to operate Monday to Sunday from 6am to 10pm for a period of six months.

Ten objections have been received about the application on the grounds of unfairness to similar businesses in the area with premises and concerns that the appearance of the stall my not be in keeping with area as well as possible issues with litter and anti-social behaviour.

The stall would be on the route of the permanent Cycleway 9 and if the applicant was successful he would have to give up the stall if the route were to be opened. It can operate while the temporary Cycleway 9 is in place.

The panel is due to meet virtually on 8 February to make a decision on the application.

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January 8, 2021

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