Revised plans to expand a Domino's Pizza have been drawn up after previous proposals were refused.
Applicant Abdul Mumtaz has submitted a new application to Medway Council to build a two and half storey extension on the takeaway in London Road, Rainham.
The scheme would look to extend the front of the building to expand the restaurant on the ground floor and create a larger open plan office space on the first floor.
A new second floor mezzanine is also proposed to create further offices.
This application has been resubmitted after the original was refused by the planning committee on March 8, despite council officers recommending it for approval.
It was turned down as councillors said the building would be "over-dominant" and "unduly prominent" due to the proposed height.
A decision on the scheme would normally have been decided by council officers but was referred to the planning committee by Rainham Central ward councillor Barry Kemp (Con) as he agreed with the objections he had received from residents over the height of the building.
According to the design and access statement, the revised design has lowered the roof height to address the concerns raised.
It added: "Thereby resulting in a forward extension that will not be overbearing on the neighbouring property in terms of height and scale."
You can view the plans here or by searching reference MC/23/0673. It is not yet known when a decision will be made.
The property was formerly the Hop and Vine pub but has since been converted into a Domino’s Pizza takeaway with offices above.