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Whalley to welcome new grooming salon

Lancashire-based grooming business Bloomingtails has secured planning permission for a new salon in King Street, Whalley.

The local authority approved the plans, with conditions including that the development must be commenced within three years, the development will be carried out in complete accordance with the proposals, and the business will only operate between 9am and 6pm on Monday to Saturday.

No business operations can take place outside the stated opening hours including Sundays or Bank Holidays.

The salon will be operated by Faye Ingham who said in a statement submitted to the planning committee: “The dogs are my main priority, and they deserve my full undivided attention, so I will be adhering to the 1:1 service as much as possible. This helps to limit stress and to keep the number of dogs on the premises down with a maximum of three dogs at any one time.

“There may be exceptions made for dogs who come from a multi-dog household. If there is an occasion where there are multiple dogs on the premises, it is typically only for a short period of time suit to the overlapping of the pickup and drop offs of the dogs.

“All my clients are provided with a collection time when they drop off. They also receive a gentle reminder via text message 30 minutes prior to pick up to avoid lateness.”

The internal layout of the building will remain the same and the same space will be utilised as was by the shop.

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