Work kick-starts on restaurant conservatory
- Credit: David Salisbury Joinery
Work on a new conservatory at a popular eatery has begun this month.
Brent House Carvery, in Bristol Road, is to have a new conservatory built to replace the one already attached to the building.
The restaurant – which offers ‘carvery meals, classic puddings and local ales’ – submitted its plans to Sedgemoor District Council last July.
The proposals include designs for a children’s play area and enough room for a further 26 parking spaces.
The plans, approved by the council in October, were submitted by Highbridge agent David Salisbury Joinery, which is now working on the new conservatory.
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The restaurant is to remain open throughout the works, and the facility’s structure will be made of oak and glass.
A modern decor will be used throughout, and lightly coloured walls will aim to make the space feel bigger.
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The restaurant is looking to open the conservatory in April.