Planning Permission Gained For Conversion Of Barn To Farm Shop And Cafe

15th May, 2020 by Acorus in General

Acorus Eastern Team have been successful in gaining planning permission, together with listed building consent, for the conversion of a traditional barn in Norfolk to a farm shop and café.


Acorus consultant Henry Doble was approached by the applicant who wished to expand the existing business, which was established a number of years ago as a diversification project on a working farm. 

The project involved both planning work and drawings of the scheme, which Acorus undertook in house. 

Whilst a number of queries were raised during the application, these were able to be dealt with and the successful outcome achieved. 
If you have a similar project, or wish to discuss anything planning related, please do not hesitate to contact Acorus
 

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