You can look at the whole planning application on www.ukplanning.com under F/TH/08/1393.
My first thoughts are that this is a good idea, even if the ceilings seem low on the 1st floor. It certainly beats rusty railings and a weed infested unsightly storage yard.
The side elevation reveals what I think is the one poor aspect of this application. It all seems so poky with the 'railings' on the road boundary! I do not know if it is possible to put in a pavement instead so that the offices join the street scene without being hidden away behind an un-sightly fence. The line of the offices would then 'match' the other canopied pavements in Station Road.
Anyway, I hope 'Our Ken' and The Planning Committee do a good job on it if it is 'called in.'
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