A Mexican fast food restaurant is set to come to Reading town centre.
Food brand Zambrero has applied to make internal changes and shop front changes to a unit in Queen Victoria Street.
That is just one of the planning applications submitted to Reading Borough Council recently.
In Caversham, a plan has been lodged to replace a bungalow with a modern two storey home, and the company which owns Three mobile has applied to install a 5G mast in Tilehurst.
You can view the applications submitted by typing the reference in brackets into the council’s planning portal.
Mexican food coming to town centre (221197)
Mexican food chain Zambrero has applied to make changes to the unit which used to be a William Hill betting shop at 31 Queen Victoria Street in the town centre.
This would involve internal and external changes, including replacing blue William Hill paint with Zambrero’s green and grey branding.
The plan is very similar to one submitted in August last year, reference 221221.
Internal plans appear to show a long dining bench and five seats indoors and four seats outdoors, with the necessary cooking facilities and counter where customers can pick up their meals.
New modern replacement home in Caversham (221625)
Mr and Mrs Jayne-Coupe have applied to replace Moorings in Upper Warren Avenue with a modern two storey home.
Moorings is a three bedroom bungalow with a separate living room, kitchen a family bathroom and a toilet.
The applicants want to replace it with a six double bedroom home, with three bedrooms having en-suites. Downstairs, it would come with a study, reception room, TV room an open plan kitchen and living area and a double bedroom.
The plan also involves the construction of an outbuilding to be used as a gym.
5G mast in Tilehurst (221915)
CK Hutchison, the company that owns the Three mobile network, has applied to install a 20 metre 5G mast at The Meadway opposite Dee Road in Tilehurst.
The mast would be installed amongst trees and facing a four shop precinct with parking spaces.
It would come with three ancillary cabinets.
Changes to homes plan in Katesgrove (221848)
Mapgro Development Ltd has submitted details for its plan to build two three-bedroom semi detached homes on land next to Mitcham Close off Milman Road in Katesgrove.
Last December, the developers won outline approval to build the two homes contained in one building under application reference 210661.
Each home will come with a shared upstairs bathroom, with a toilet and a segregated kitchen and living room downstairs.
Now Mapgro Development has submitted details relating to materials, landscaping, car and cycle parking and more which were reserved when the outline application was granted.