The “over-the-top” warehouse in Ramsgate is affecting nearby residents.
Officials at the Ramsgate Garden Center say the business will help prevent competition and “boost economic success.”
Opposition groups called for the beleagured PM to resign.
The business outside of Montefiore Street had already applied for a large warehouse that was abandoned earlier this year.
The British Garden – the company that manages the site – has now launched a second attempt to find the green light.
The warehouse – measuring 317 square meters – is used for seasonal items such as Christmas items and items that are not visible all year round.
Documents provided with the plans “The proposed development is needed to support the ongoing operation of the garden center with modern modernization and future assurance. The upgrade will help the center stay attractive to customers and compete effectively with other similar facilities.
The new facilities will enable the garden to maintain its economic success, maintain it, create jobs for the environment and improve its attractiveness by increasing competition from supermarkets, auto shops and discount stores. Selling vegetable-related products. ”
Ramsget City Council opposed the plan, saying “most of the proposed building is overcrowded.” The warehouse is inconsistent with the residential area and therefore, in accordance with the District Planning Environmental Guidelines.
Neighbor Kevin Harrington also protested, citing fears over the size of the warehouse and possible noise disturbances from the station.
Applicants, however, are confident that the revised program will alleviate the problems raised by the initial bid, reducing the height of the building.
If approved, the warehouse will have a covered area with solar panels.
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