Cafe plan for Cowes supermarket

By Matthew Mckew

Sunday, August 18, 2013

 

THE Co-op store in Mill Hill Road, Cowes, has submitted a change of use planning application for part of its store.

If granted, it intends to open a cafe/restaurant to support the store.

A spokesperson for Southern Co-op said: "There is some open space in the store and a successful planning application would enable us to make use of the space."

Reporter: matthewm@iwcpmail.co.uk

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by Barry Lewis

20th August 2013, at 09:12:35

I imagine it will be more of a takeout bar selling sarnies, etc... than a sit in cafe. It works well elsewhere however as people have pointed out below it depends on the available space as to whether it is viable.

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by Pete Martin

19th August 2013, at 21:06:34

Why??

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by T Rollingsworth

19th August 2013, at 16:43:51

There isn't a lot of space in there, although I assume they wouldn't miss the extra few tills since they are never open anyway!
I can't see someone choosing to sit inside a windowless cafe when they could be on the high st though. Best of luck anyway!

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by roger mazillius

19th August 2013, at 11:41:01

Great store and a credit to Manager and staff. I would not have thought however that there is enough room to really provide a full café/coffee shop which would have the degree of separateness from eg the veg area to appeal.
Anyway, good luck altho' perhaps a bit hard on the existing cafes.

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