Acorus Planning Application Success in Cambridgeshire for New Potato Store and Packhouse

11th January, 2019 by Acorus in General

Acorus South Midlands' office was appointed by the client to deal with the project from inception to completion.

Planning consent has been granted. While the planning process was ongoing, Acorus prepared a tender package and tenders were obtained by Acorus. It is anticipated that work will commence on site in Spring 2019 with a completion date in Autumn 2019.

The facility will enable operations to be carried out on one site, rather than transferring products between several sites, significantly reducing traffic movements and ensuring a far more cost efficient set up, securing the long term future of the business and its employees. The client is a major supplier to the fish and chip trade.

For further advice please contact:

David Ellis MBIAC, Associate

For more general details please refer to the following agricultural buildings information sheet

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