Planning and Development Committee chairman Paul Tully said council had approved the extension at the steel fabrication business.
Planning and Development Committee chairman Paul Tully said council had approved the extension at the steel fabrication business.

Fabrication plant given OK to grow

A CAROLE Park business has been given the go-ahead to extend its business, with the bonus of being able to employ more people.

Planning and Development Committee chairman Paul Tully said council had approved the extension at the steel fabrication business at 87-99 Antimony Street.

“We support this local company wanting to increase their gross floor space another 619sq m, which is additional to their existing space of 1380sq m,” he said.

“The expansion will also allow the company to employ six more full-time staff.”

Division One Councillor David Morrison said the extension approval highlighted how Ipswich businesses were growing.



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