A pub in Windsor's historic railway station is set to get a makeover.

All Bar One at Royal Windsor Station has received planning permission to undergo the refurbishment work, which includes decorations, uplift of internal and external furniture, new light fittings and screens.

The works will also include installation of a new internal lobby at the shopfront.

Royal Windsor Station is an old Victorian railway station built in the 1850s that is now largely used for shops and cafes.

Although the site is Grade II listed, planning officers deemed the works would “cause no significant harm to its historic fabric.”

The planning report reads: “The proposal is for the erection of an internal entrance lobby and cosmetic refurbishment to include decorations, the uplift of internal and external furniture and the installation of new light fittings and screens.

“The works are relatively minor in nature and are seen as light touch alterations to the building.

"RBWM Conservation raised no objection to the proposals subject to minor amendments being made to the scheme, and clarification on glass samples and paint colour.”

The applicant also said that no features of historic importance would be affected by the renovation works.

The applicant’s design and access statement reads: “Access into the building is through the main entrance with a new proposed internal lobby fixed to the existing shopfront.

“The refurbishment will not affect access for disabled persons and wheelchair users, and seating areas will be provided to all areas for their easy use.”