A new take out option could be on the menu in Bundaberg if a development proposal for flame-grilled Portuguese chicken specialist Oporto is successful.
Bundaberg Regional Council recently received the Material Change of Use for Food and Drink Outlet application for 29a Takalvan Street.
The area is currently made up of vacant land and in the vicinity of local businesses including Jaycar Electronics and MC Cycles.
If approved the development will operate between the hours of 9 am to 10 pm, seven days a week.
A drive through is included in the development's design, with entry and exit access from Bellvue Street, Bundaberg West.
The proposal includes nine car parking spaces, one waiting bay, one disabled par and two staff parks.
A number of architectural features have also been included in the application.
“The proposed development provides a contemporary building design with landscaping that will activate this corner site and assist to rejuvenate the area,” the application states.
“The siting and scale of the building is designed commensurate with the surrounding
development, both existing and recently developed.”
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