Sunday 18 February 2024

Krispy Kreme appeals Cork City Council's planning refusal for Patrick's Street store

 This was not a health based decision. 

Krispy Kreme has appealed against Cork City Council's decision to refuse permission for its location on St Patrick's Street in the city centre.

The retailer had sought retention permission from Cork City Council for a change of use from previous retail use to a cafe, as well as the retention of shopfront and signage at its branch on 42 Patrick’s Street.

The American doughnut chain opened the Patrick Street branch last April to great fanfare, as it eyed further expansion around the country.

It took out a 10-year lease on the ground floor only of Porter’s, which closed in October 2022. However, a council inspector examined the latest planning and said that the proposed use by Krispy Kreme would be contrary to the Cork City development plan.

Read the full article @ The Irish Examiner

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