Demolition of the old garden center and construction of new, modern facilities can now begin after plans are made.
British gardeners have applied to Cheshire West and Chester Council for permission to demolish buildings at the Tarporley Garden Center near Cotebrook.
Suggestions for a New Purpose: Replacing existing buildings will extend the parking space by taking up less space than existing buildings.
A cafe and soft play area are also planned for the new garden center around Central Square.
Application permission was given by the House on August 24.
As part of the application, a cover letter written by WYG on behalf of British Garden Centers states: It is no longer valid.
“The buildings are old and some are in poor repair. Although structurally healthy, they have flood-prone and weak and inefficient heating and cooling systems.
“The idea is to demolish the existing buildings and replace them with a new, modern compound.
The new building takes up less space than the existing buildings and is designed to meet modern operational requirements and the needs of the garden center consumers.
The number of jobs at the new station is expected to double from 36 to 70.
Parking at the station will be fully adjusted and extended. Plenty of parking is planned for land near the existing station to be purchased at the center.
There will be 233 standard, 10 disabled, six parent and child and four electronic charging stations.
He advised the council officials to approve the plans:
“The idea does not harm the open country character and appearance.
Depending on the circumstances, the proposed development will not have a detrimental effect on the highway network, habitat floods or protected species and trees.
Considering the above, it is assumed that the proposed development is in line with the provisions of the relevant development plan.
You can view the plans by looking for 20/03820 / FUL at the council’s entrance door.