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New Hall Lane restaurant seeks approval for an increase in opening hours

Posted on - 23rd August, 2022 - 7:00am | Author - | Posted in - Fishwick, Food & Drink, Preston Council, Preston News, Restaurants in Preston
Steakhouse Saloon building block was previously used for offices pic: Google maps
Steakhouse Saloon building block was previously used for offices pic: Google maps

Plans have been submitted to increase the opening hours of the Steakhouse Saloon restaurant in New Hall Lane.

A planning application was registered on June 25, 2015 for change of use from offices to a restaurant and external alterations including replacement doorway to rear and erection of timber fence which was given the go ahead for redevelopment by Preston City Council.

In the original planning permission, condition number four stated that the Class A3 restaurant and ancillary function rooms shall be in use between 11:00 hours and 23:30 hours only, on any day.

Currently the restaurant in Birley Arms, 100 New Hall Lane is open Wednesday to Sunday from 5pm till 10pm.

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Steakhouse Saloon restaurant pic: Google Maps
Steakhouse Saloon restaurant pic: Google Maps

In the recent planning application submitted on August 8 2022, the new applicant now seeks to remove condition number four.

Ion Cringasu said that due to high demand for their services the business needs an increase in hours as they are unable to accommodate to most of the customers needs:

“I want this condition to be removed to be able to increase the opening hours as I’m planning to introduce deliveries and takeaway from 11am to 2am everyday and 11am to 4am on Saturdays to be able to accommodate christenings, weddings. It is a high demand for it but cannot accommodate due to short opening time.

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“Customers coming from Manchester, Rochdale, Liverpool, when we had such event we had to apply for temporary event notices every time and never has been any issues with local residents.”

If plans go ahead the revised opening hours for Monday to Sunday which may include a performance of live music, any playing of recorded music and late night refreshments will be from 11am till 2am.

The sale by retail of alcohol for consumption both on and off premises will take place from 11am to 1.30am each day.


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