Restaurant lights given thumbs-up

Tiger Bills' restaurant on 1, St Nicholas Street in Worcester city centre has been granted permission to install five external wall lights.

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12:14pm Fri 24 Jan 14

Andy_R says...

Come on, admit it, there's a dullest planning story competition going on at the Worcester News offices, isn't there?
Come on, admit it, there's a dullest planning story competition going on at the Worcester News offices, isn't there? Andy_R
  • Score: 4

12:28pm Fri 24 Jan 14

lilboo says...

Phew! I can sleep better tonight knowing that now! ;)
Phew! I can sleep better tonight knowing that now! ;) lilboo
  • Score: 4

1:14pm Fri 24 Jan 14

CSquared says...

I wanted to read more as i was excited/thrilled about the new external lights, wanted to know its make, its voltage and current and most of all how the installation was going to be done and when it was going to take place so I could have come down to take a look....however when clicked on to I came to the same bit of spiel that was in the head line........how will I find out all of the above, please help worcester news!
I wanted to read more as i was excited/thrilled about the new external lights, wanted to know its make, its voltage and current and most of all how the installation was going to be done and when it was going to take place so I could have come down to take a look....however when clicked on to I came to the same bit of spiel that was in the head line........how will I find out all of the above, please help worcester news! CSquared
  • Score: 3

2:50pm Fri 24 Jan 14

Peter WR5 says...

Bring back gas lighting!
Bring back gas lighting! Peter WR5
  • Score: 1

9:45pm Fri 24 Jan 14

Small Town says...

Five (5) lights!! Surely that's well over the top, does our council not give any thought to light pollution, the environment or the efforts of other perfectly but reasonably we'll lit neighbouring businesses? Where will this all stop? Six for Shakeys, 7 for Pizza Express?


This Tiger Bills place, I note that the Head Chef of the Birmingham branch is the Brummy guy who used to do the frying at The Bath Road Chippy... I look forward to sampling the pan-Asian delights of this gastronomic palace when it opens!?!
Five (5) lights!! Surely that's well over the top, does our council not give any thought to light pollution, the environment or the efforts of other perfectly but reasonably we'll lit neighbouring businesses? Where will this all stop? Six for Shakeys, 7 for Pizza Express? This Tiger Bills place, I note that the Head Chef of the Birmingham branch is the Brummy guy who used to do the frying at The Bath Road Chippy... I look forward to sampling the pan-Asian delights of this gastronomic palace when it opens!?! Small Town
  • Score: -1

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