Rosebourne garden centre planned for Aldermaston

Rosebourne's second garden centre is planned for the White Tower Nursery site near Reading.

Rosebourne: new site planned
Rosebourne: new site planned

The planning application at West Berkshire Council is for erection of a farm shop, butchery, coffee shop and garden/gift shop of 2860m2 and a 628m2 open sided retail canopy.

The application also covers the laying out of 1750m2 of outside plant sales space, the laying out of a 200 car car park, laying out of a service yard, demolition of 2094m2 of existing buildings/structures, the erection of a 2.4m high security fence, alterations to existing highway access, engineering works and landscaping associated with the above.

A decision is due on 2 October.

Malcolm Scott Consultants is agent.

Rosebourne's first site, opened in 2016 is at Andover, Hampshire.

Malcolm Scotts is also working on a 300-seat restaurant at New Leaf Garden Centre in the green belt near Sheffield, Groves Bridport restaurant, Ansell garden centre rebuild (with a planning meeting to be held this month), Knights Chelsham green belt car park extension and Millbrook Gravesend's two-storey restaurant plans.

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