Planning permission secured for extension at Glendoick Garden Centre

by | Sep 20, 2016 | News | 0 comments

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Malcolm Scott Consultants has obtained planning permission for alterations and extensions to the award winning Glendoick Garden Centre near Perth.

The proposals, submitted to Perth and Kinross Council, saw the business given the green light for an additional 340sqm of floor-space within the garden centre?s restaurant.

Chris Primett of MSC, said: ?Restaurants have become a fundamental part of garden centre trade, and Glendoick?s has grown significantly over the past few years, and has a marked effect on the business? bottom line.

?The business asked us to oversee this planning application in order to meet an increased demand from customers, and the resulting extension will enable a further 150 covers.?

MSC has an established track record in obtaining planning permission, and the team put together a solid proposal to enable expansion of the already successful restaurant further.

Jane Cox of Glendoick Garden Centre thanked the MSC team for their hard work in obtaining the consent, and said: ?This is good news indeed. We are delighted that the extension has been given the green light by the council and look forward to being able to cater to the additional demand we?ve enjoyed in recent months.?

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