Garden centre plan submitted

AN application has been submitted to East Staffordshire Borough Council to build a garden centre on former nursery land.

The plan, which has been submitted for a development in Dovecliff Road, Stretton, includes alterations to the site access as well as provision for a car parking area.

In addition, there will be a service area, drainage facilities and boundary treatment. The application also includes prosals to erect a building to be used in association with the garden centre as a shop, cafe, office and store.

Comments from members of the public regarding the application can be made on the East Staffordshire Borough Council website up until July 30.

In total there have been 14 people consulted with regard to the application including councillors Len Milner, Rebecca Carlton and Maggie Fowkes, who represent Stretton ward at the borough council, and Sam Tilley, clerk of Stretton Parish Council.

The Ramblers’ Association and British Horse Society have also been consulted.

 

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