Nando’s Reigate plans continue to progress

59 High Street, with scaffolding (photo: reigate.uk)

 

Nando’s is continuing to move forward with its Reigate restaurant, having made licensing and planning applications, and with scaffolding now up at 59 High Street.

However, a spokesperson for the chicken chain has told reigate.uk that they don’t yet have an opening date to announce.  Previously the company has said “in 2019”.

Licensing documents filed with Reigate & Banstead Borough Council propose a seven-day restaurant, open 11am – midnight on each day, with alcohol available up until the close.

The restaurant will be on both the ground floor (formerly Prezzo) and the first floor (formerly The Dining Room), with seating for 118 diners in total.

Kitchen facilities will be in the basement, and the top of the building (the second floor) will contain air conditioning and other plant.

Planning applications have been filed for shopfront changes and new signage, and the new plant.

The licensing and planning applications are under consideration at Reigate & Banstead Borough Council.

 

Links

Previous article about Nando’s coming to Reigate 

Licensing application 18/08779/LAPREM

Planning applications: external plant (18/02306/F), shopfront and signage (18/02252/F), sign details (18/02253/ADV)