A new garden centre will be built in the South West

by | Feb 22, 2019 | Business, Independents, News | 0 comments

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A new farm shop, boutique garden centre and caf? is being built off the A38 in the South West. The build will create 100 jobs.

Rock Nursery submitted this week to Teignbridge District Council planners by Rock Nursery.

The scheme adds that the plans would support the local economy and create a valuable local asset.
They will also work with farmers to ensure that the shop champions the best produce from the region.
The existing Rock Nursery closed many years ago.
The garden centre proposal aims to provide a new facility for the town of Chudleigh and the local community.
It will see a currently vacant site on the edge of the town re-utilised for the benefit of the town.
The vision for the new nursery is to improve and promote the existing town centre businesses.
It will also provide a farm shop, caf?, boutique garden retail sales area.
It’s set to provide a future community asset, which will deliver a public benefit to residents.

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