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I understand it might be in the style of an Amsterdam coffee shop of which I'm very fond
How on earth can Nairn be asked to support yet another coffee shop? Folk will be falling out the shop high on caffeine causing all sorts of social issues. Sugar cubes could be dropped on the new streetscape paving. More than likely there will be tables and chairs on the pavement outside, and you know what that means - smokersSaturday mornings will mean the coffee morning wifies will be trying to get another fix of their chosen substance, causing all sorts of pedestrian chaos which might even require the presence of a police person to sort it all outHaving just eaten their breakfast at home the Trades folk will be double parking their vans whilst running in to get their second one of the dayAnd then there is the noise from making the coffee. Potentially you could have two Gaggias running at the same time, the decibel level is likely to be so great that folk will be shouting at each other just to be heardOnce again Highland Council planners will have got it very wrong if they allow yet another coffee shop to pollute our High Street
We need a sports coffee shop!
Dosen't matter what it is (that's up to the person taking the risk with a new business) at least it's filling an empty shop. Not that there are many of them in Nairn, unlike Inverness!
"Dosen't matter what it is "What a crass statement, of course it matters as to what businesses are being run on Nairn High Street, or any High Street for that matter!
Surely such an outrageous planning application will bring the usual host of objections - the proposed size of coffee cups, the poor range of buns on offer......
Maybe we could have a sports pie shop then if there are too many coffee houses already.
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