This exciting development plan has been submitted to Inverclyde Council Planners for a £1.5 million drive-thru coffee shop development on land located on the main arterial A8 route into Greenock town centre.
If approved, the single-storey drive-thru building, which would also include a seating area for up to 40 customers, is earmarked for land close to EE and Web Help, at the corner of Cartsburn Street and Rue End Street.
It is expected the development would create a mixture of 40 to 50 full and part-time jobs in what would provide a welcome employment boost to the local Inverclyde economy. The number of car parking spaces is proposed to be 56, including four disabled spaces.
Interested parties are invited to contact Bowman Rebecchi for further details.
Scottish Enterprise - Regional Selective Assistance
Regional Selective Assistance is the main discretionary investment grant scheme for businesses in designated areas of Scotland, and Inverclyde is one such area. Companies, whether Scottish owned or headquartered outside Scotland, can apply with Bowman Rebecchi assisting in securing Property Support Scheme grants of potentially up to 30% for qualifying businesses due to Inverclyde being a Tier 2 assisted area.