Our client owned a restaurant in Upper Mostyn Street that had a restriction that no takeaway meals were to be provided. An application was made to have this restriction removed but the Local Planning Authority refused permission. In a subsequent appeal Hearing, there were many neighbour objections and the Council felt it would also harm the status of the Conservation Area. The appellant offered to close the take away facility at 11.00pm, but the restaurant had no such restriction. The Planning Inspector however disagreed with the Council that any harm would arise as a result of this takeaway facility. In allowing the appeal he concluded, " The premises already functions as a restaurant and a take-away associated with that use would not undermine the broader aims of (planning) policy. Limiting the opening times...will minimise the adverse impact on occupiers of adjoining properties and preserve the character of the Llandudno Conservation Area."