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Bruce’s secures planning permission for Cheshire facility

Bruce’s Doggy Day Centre has had plans for a new centre in Lymm, Cheshire, approved.

Plans for the facility at Wet Gate Farm, which would see an existing barn transformed into the day care, were refused by Warrington Borough Council last year.

Warrington Borough Council refused the application over noise concerns and due to the fact the land on which the business would be developed is green belt.

The application was resubmitted in April, and instead of the originally proposed capacity of 70 dogs, the new application shows that the centre would now have a capacity of 50 to provide ‘the optimum level’ for the business.

In addition, a noise assessment plan was submitted earlier in June, which states that all dogs will be assessed for behaviour before becoming a customer and restrictions on some breeds will be enforced.

Opening hours are listed on the application as being from 7.30am to 6pm Monday to Friday, with the majority of dogs being on site between 8.30am and 3pm.

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