The existing building, which was listed in 1972, will undergo a refurbishment to restore it to its former glory and see a new modern timber frame extension constructed at the back of the building.
Simon Russian, Development Manager for Legal & General on behalf of the Bracknell Regeneration Partnership, comments: “We are delighted that the plans for The Bull have been approved.
“The building has been an important part of Bracknell town centre’s history and we are confident that the comprehensive refurbishment and extension will provide a link between this history and the new town centre. In fact, we have had strong interest from potential occupiers based on the combination of heritage with a modern twist.”
Cllr Marc Brunel-Walker, executive member for economic development and regeneration, said: "The Bull is a much loved landmark building in the town and I am delighted these plans, which will retain its historic character while breathing new life into it for the next generation, have been approved."