Garden centre plan would be of benefit to the community

EDITOR – We write on behalf of our clients, DAS Services, with respect to your article, September 12 issue, regarding the planning application for a proposed caravan site on the former Humber Radio Station 
in Trusthorpe, near

Our clients have undertaken a significant petition for neighbourhood support of the application, informing the local community that a small-scale garden centre would also be 
included as part of the proposed shop.

Although the classification of such small operations such as the selling of potted plants and such like can fall under 
the same planning use as a shop, hence why the planning application does not state the sale of gardening goods.

It is the wish of our client to point out for the benefit of the community that their proposal does, in fact, include the sale of plants and other garden centre goods.


Managing director, Neil Dowlman Architecture Ltd