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Wigan groomer secures retrospective planning permission

Retrospective planning permission has been granted for a shed to be used as a dog grooming parlour in Wigan.

Groomer Eleshia Caddick applied to Wigan Council for retrospective planning permission to change the use of the site from purely residential to mixed-use so she could use the outbuilding in her garden on Kingsway, Ince, for Woofly Cuts Dog Grooming By Eleshia.

Caddick plans to run her business from 10am to 5pm from Mondays to Saturdays and will have just three appointments each day.

A neighbour submitted a letter of objection, with concerns which included noise from the site, the behaviour of dogs going to be groomed, privacy and parking issues.

However, the planning application was given the green light by the council’s planning department.

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