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Cat out of the bag for new business?

This drawing illustrates the modern design of the new cattery which has been proposed for land at Elliot.

This drawing illustrates the modern design of the new cattery which has been proposed for land at Elliot.

Arbroath could be where all the cool cats go on holiday if a plan for a new cattery business is given the go ahead by Angus Council.

A planning application has been received by the authority’s planning department for the development of a cattery on land at Elliot, adjacent to the A92.

The proposal has been put forward by a Suzanne Cargill who according to the application intends to run the cattery as a small business.

Building will take place in garden ground of the existing dwelling, Burnside, and is expected to have a floorspace of around 70 square metres.

Design of the building has been undertaken by Arbroath architects, The Voigt Partnership, in their design brief states: “The client wants a cattery block near to her current dwelling house to run a small local business where she can house up to 24 cats at one time.

“The cattery block is positioned to the north west of the site where two of the building’s walls will rest against the site boundary. The interior will be naturally lit via several full height, south facing windows. The proposed materials include grey windows, grey horizontal lining, grey roof and brown corner posts.

“The combination of these particular materials and the layout will create a sharp and functional building.”

 

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