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Cranbrook council approves permits for new restaurant and retail space

Fans of fried chicken can celebrate Cranbrook council’s decision to give approval to a pair of permits, paving the way for a new Popeye’s restaurant and four retail spaces.

During Monday night’s meeting, council voted on a combined Development Variance Permit and Development Permit application from Dionne Delesalle for 1341692 BC Ltd.

The permits will enable future construction on a pair of one-storey commercial buildings at 1833 Cranbrook Street North.

One building will be a drive-thru Popeye’s Chicken restaurant with seating for up to 40 people. The second building is intended to have space for four independent retail businesses.

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“I think it’s great, for one, we get a new restaurant, and two we get more retail space, which is definitely in high demand for Cranbrook,” said counsellor Mike Peabody.

More: Development Variance Permit and Highway Corridor Commercial Development Permit – 1833 (City of Cranbrook)

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