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Plans approved for Barton Mills Service Station extension at Fiveways Roundabout, near Mildenhall, which could allow for first Pret A Manger in Suffolk





Approval has been granted for a planned extension at a service station on a major route to potentially allow for a Pret A Manger.

Motor Fuel Group Ltd has won planning permission for the single storey extension at the back of the Barton Mills Service Station, near Mildenhall.

A West Suffolk Council report on the proposals said the extension would create a new walk-in cold room and storage space.

Plans have been approved for the Barton Mills Service Station at the Fiveways Roundabout, near Mildenhall, by Motor Fuel Group Ltd for an extension which could include a Pret A Manger. Picture: Google
Plans have been approved for the Barton Mills Service Station at the Fiveways Roundabout, near Mildenhall, by Motor Fuel Group Ltd for an extension which could include a Pret A Manger. Picture: Google

A design and access statement to the authority said the extension would contain a back of house store for the station’s existing food to go offer, which is a Subway and Londis forecourt shop.

A building plan showed space for a Pret A Manger, which would be the first in Suffolk.

The council approved the proposal today.