Bishop's Stortford woman plans multisensory classes for tots
A Bishop’s Stortford woman wants to run multisensory musical and developmental classes for babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers in Little Hadham.
Sharon Graves, of Lincoln Close, has asked East Herts Council to confirm the groundfloor commercial unit at Hadham Industrial Estate can be used for her new venture without change of use planning permission.
The premises are currently being used by a recruitment firm and Ms Graves told the authority: “I am seeking to use the ground floor of unit 5B at Church End Farm to run multisensory musical and developmental classes for babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers to attend with their parent or carer.
“I also hope to provide stay and play activities that promote learning through play and provide a place for parents to meet and socialise together with their children.
“I believe that my proposed use should be permitted lawfully. No building work or extensions to the existing building are required; it is just a case of internal redecoration.”
She also hopes to be able to sell drinks and snacks and a small range of sensory toys to those attending classes.