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Warning signs part of new restaurant plan

15th September 2010 | Warning Signs, Door Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander.

A planned restaurant in Sheffield will install door signs to advise customers to keep noise to a minimum following residents' concerns, it has been reported.

According to the Yorkshire Post, locals are concerned the plan for the new eatery on the city's Ecclesall Road will create noise problems and problems with cooking smells. They say there are already plenty of pubs, cafes and takeaways on the stretch as it is.

However, the applicant, Damrong Thai Ltd, has said it will employ measures to tackle these potential problems, including health and safety signage urging customers not to make noise.

The firm said: "There will be signage cautioning customers from making any noise when leaving the premises late at night.

"Music will be controlled so as to prevent noise and vibration escaping from the premises including sound proofing."

There is concern from some sections of the community, including the residents' association, that the restaurant will have a "detrimental" effect on the health and well being of local people.

The final decision will be made by the licensing committee next week.


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