DOMINO'S is planning to open a takeaway in Dursley. 

The multinational chain has applied to Stroud District Council for permission to open a shop in Kingshill Road near Lidl. 

Previously the Gazette reported that an unknown company called Third State Pizza Limited had plans for the unit to change the former Motor World building from retail to takeaway. 

But council documents recently published show the shop front signage which reveals the Domino's logo and branding. 

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Dursley Town Council said previously in council documents: “DTC supports the change of use. 

"However we would like to add that we would like the opportunity to approve the signage layout prior to the installation to ensure it is in-keeping with the area.

“DTC would also like to enquire as to the plans for the remainder of the No. 14 unit as the plans submitted do not provide any details.

"The council are concerned about the lack of suitable access and existing toilet facilities should this unit be used in future.”

According to the plans, the pizzeria would produce at least 100 meals a day. 

The plan also includes the installation of extraction equipment and a customer entranceway with a ramp.

Proposed opening times are from 11am to 11pm Monday to Sunday. 

The old auto parts store used to sell a variety of motoring, car parts and accessories as well as bicycles and cycle accessories.

Anyone wishing to view or comment on this application should do so by email to or by visiting by September 6 quoting reference S.22/1682/ADV.