The people behind Vesuvio Pizzeria has submitted retrospective plans for the signage at their restaurant which opened in May.
Meanwhile, Reading Borough Council has submitted a plan for affordable homes and a respite care facility in West Reading.
You can view each application featured by typing the reference in brackets into the council’s planning portal.
New homes and care facility in West Reading (230613)
The council has submitted a plan to demolish old buildings including a former Day Care centre and its office for Protection and Planning in Amethyst Lane and redevelop the site.
The plan involves building a total of 21 homes and a new six-bed day care centre to replace the previous one which has been closed for years.
Of the homes, 18 would be three-bedroom and three would be four-bedroom.
Initially, it was envisaged that the site would provide 38 homes, but planners at the council changed their minds to provide a care facility there instead.
Signage for Tilehurst pizzeria (230742)
The people who run the Vesuvio Pizzeria at 20 Norcot Road, Tilehurst have submitted a retrospective plan for signs they have already put up at the restaurant, which opened this May.
The design shows two front and side-mounted signs with the pizzeria’s black, green, red and white branding.
Earlier this year, the business owners won permission to serve food, drinks and alcohol until 11.30pm each night, with deliveries going on until 2am.
The building used to operate as a Coral betting shop, with its retrospective conversion into the pizzeria -application reference 230179- being undetermined.
Garden fitness studio for Caversham homeowner (230662)
The owner of a home in Priest Hill, Caversham has applied to build a fitness studio in her garden.
A planning document states the owner has been a personal fitness trainer for a number of years, with the studio being required to carry out one-to-one training sessions that include stretching and flexibility, weight management, nutrition advice and light training.
The studio would be a shack located in the rear garden, with operating hours running from 6am-3pm Monday to Friday, 5pm-8pm in evenings and 7am-11am on Saturdays, which would only be occasional.
Illuminated poster signs for cinema (230728)
The Really Local Group which runs Reading Biscuit Factory has applied to install three illuminated poster boxes outside its unit in the town centre.
These boxes will advertise films showing at the cinema.
Currently, non-illuminated posters are put up inside the building, with adverts for The Little Mermaid and Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3 showing in the window at the moment.