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first_img Electric Picnic Laois Councillor ‘amazed’ at Electric Picnic decision to apply for later date for 2021 festival WhatsApp Facebook Twitter TAGSDavid MaherDublin Road Business ParkLaois ChamberPortarlington Planning permission has been sought to develop a Garden Centre in Portarlington – in the Dublin Road Business Park site which was once the home of Butler’s Steel.CMF Garden Centre Ltd have applied for permission to Laois County Council, for what will be €2.5 million development on a four-acre site.Speaking on a recent video interview with Laois Chamber, David Maher, who is behind this project as well as the online GardenShop.ie and FreeTV.ie which are based in Portarlington, said that prior to the Coronavirus he had seen a science park and restaurant in Holland, that was designed and built out of disused 40-foot containers.He was so impressed with the design that he tracked down the architect Julius Taminiau and hired him to design something similar for Portarlington. And a key feature of the design will be that the front will be made up of re-used containers.“Want to have a strong, eco, sustainable footprint,” said David Maher in that video interview.“I know they can be flashy trendy words – but for me the green agenda has always been a huge thing. I’m a keen vegetable grower. I go everywhere on my bicycle. I’ve been a long time member of the Green Party.“Hoping to build a business similar to the Garden shop which is a mixture of quality and valuu.”“The inclusion of a restaurant/coffee dock will also provide a local amenity that will make the development more than a simple retail location,” says the design statement issued to Laois County Council.The statement also adds that it will “focus on local staffing, the sale of local products and showcasing local producers through pop-up markets and displays”.“It will entice local dwellers to visit and stay whilst also facilitating the employees of nearby businesses,” adds the statement.SEE ALSO – €1 million winning lotto ticket sold in Portlaoise – as appeal goes out for winner to come forward Electric Picnic By Laois Hub – 14th July 2020 Pinterest Home News Business Planning permission sought for Garden Centre in Portarlington NewsBusiness Facebook Previous articleLaois’s newest GAA club unveil jerseys ahead of upcoming championshipNext articleNumber of Coronavirus cases in Laois hold relatively steady Laois Hubhttp://www.laoistoday.ieIf you would like your business to feature in The LaoisHub, then email [email protected] or call 057 8670722 or 085 7180700. The LaoisHub is your one stop shop for all your local services. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest News Bizarre situation as Ben Brennan breaks up Fianna Fáil-Fine Gael arrangement to take Graiguecullen-Portarlington vice-chair role Planning permission sought for Garden Centre in Portarlington Electric Picnic organisers release statement following confirmation of new festival date WhatsApp Twitterlast_img read more