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Bicker food production business to ‘maximise working efficiency’ with new two-storey office building





A food firm has been given permission to construct a new two-storey office building.

The JDM Food Group has received the green light to develop part of their Monument Road site at Bicker, which it says will ‘maximise working efficiency’.

“Currently their support staff and business development staff are spread around the existing site in temporary buildings and in the existing two-storey small brick office on the site,” the design and access statement prepared by agent Nick Bacon Architecture explained.

The JDM Food Group's Bicker site. Photo: Google
The JDM Food Group's Bicker site. Photo: Google

“The applicant proposes to build a new two-storey office building to house the staff under one roof to maximise working efficiency and to create a more appropriate premises where they can demonstrate their products to potential customers.

“These new premises will be more energy efficient than the existing buildings and will decrease the carbon footprint.”

Plans show the ground floor will include office space, a board room, meeting room, presentation kitchen and development kitchen, as well as storage area.

Plans for a new office building at JDM Food Group's Bicker site have been passed
Plans for a new office building at JDM Food Group's Bicker site have been passed

The first floor will comprise office space, meeting rooms and a kitchen.

JDM’s website describes the firm as ‘one of the leading suppliers of fresh garlic and ginger to UK retailers’ and that they make ‘delicious sauces, dressings and marinades to add culinary flare to any dish’.

“Planning permission is sought for the erection of a new office building that would replace the existing offices on the site,” the Boston Borough Council planning officer report stated.

Ground floor plans
Ground floor plans
First floor plans
First floor plans

“The proposed building would be approximately 30.6m by approximately 19.6m. It would stand at approximately 7.2m to the eaves and approximately 9.4m to the ridge.”

BBC have granted planning permission for the development.



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