A PLANNING application to improve one of Huddersfield's landmark garden centres is to be decided this week.
A Kirklees Council planning sub-committee will meet at Huddersfield Town Hall on Thursday to discuss plans to expand Armitage's Pennine Garden Centre at Shelley.
In their application Armitage & Sons have proposed plans to provide better facilities for the workers, such as new toilets and offices, improve the facilities for customers by forming a new roof terrace for the existing cafe and provide extra storage space so containers can be shifted off the site.
Over recent years the garden centre has been going through a process of reorganisation and extension.
In 2001 an application was approved to include two polytunnels to extend the retail area, an extension to the coffee shop incorporating a roof terrace and extra parking spaces.
Apart from the roof terrace all have been completed.