Don't forget to remind the council of their own proposed 10% limit
The area is already saturated with food outlets, with a chip and kebab shop next door, two Indian restaurants within 50 yards and a public house almost opposite. Nearby is a row of shops selling pizza, Chinese and Indian food as well as a café. There is clearly an overconcentration of food retailers within a very small area. This clearly far exceeds the 10% limit of food outlets on a high street proposed by Birmingham City Council
The junction of the Pershore and Tywning Road already has parking issues with patrons of Enterprise, the hairdressers and the chip shop parking on the pavement and around the junction, which creates hazards to road and pavement users. A take away will attract more vehicles which will have no where to park other than on the main road next to a pedestrian crossing, which heightens the risk of an incident.