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Jodie Shires

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Hi Girls

I have been doing mobile spray tanning now for 3 years and have just bought a house with a converted garage with toilet etc built in. I couldnt wait to move in and start making it into a home salon. Then i got a friend to look into permission to changing it from residential to commercial so that i could advertise and she said there is no way i could get it because of the area. Which means i could still do it but wouldn't be able to advertise etc? How has everyone else gone about this?

Would really appreciate your views as i'm absolutely gutted.

Thanks
 

souz

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you just probably wont be able to put a sign outside which isnt a problem, i have a home salon and ppl soon find me!

there are always ways round things hun, find someone nearby who maybe has a home business and approach them for help?
 

mrspip

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Hi Girls

I have been doing mobile spray tanning now for 3 years and have just bought a house with a converted garage with toilet etc built in. I couldnt wait to move in and start making it into a home salon. Then i got a friend to look into permission to changing it from residential to commercial so that i could advertise and she said there is no way i could get it because of the area. Which means i could still do it but wouldn't be able to advertise etc? How has everyone else gone about this?

Would really appreciate your views as i'm absolutely gutted.

Thanks
Hi
When I spoke to my local council they sent me a link to fill a form in and said that they may pop out to see me and my set up. My local council were mainly interested in parking and noise issues.
I decided to stay as mobile so didn't follow it up, but it might be worth you calling the council and speaking to them.They were very helpful
 

siana

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Definitely phone the council yourself and speak to them. Each area seems to have a slightly different view and it seems as long as you are not creating noise, smell or parking problems most have no problem whatsoever. Good luck. xx
 

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