Warrington based Omega Access North Ltd is planning a major upgrade to its headquarters in Woolston creating 10 new jobs in the process.
The scaffolding company has applied for planning permission from Warrington Borough Council to renovate its office and yard, reports the Warrington Guardian.
Plans submitted involves the demolition of existing office buildings and outbuildings for the storage of materials. These will be replaced with the construction of a new two-storey office and new storage space.
The firm hopes that the scheme will ‘remove poor quality, inefficient old buildings and regenerate the site’ and allow for expansion.
Ten new jobs are set to be created as part of the plans.
Planning application documents stated: “It is proposed to upgrade the existing scaffolding facility – the modular office building will be replaced with modern, high-quality accommodation.
“The new offices will provide a central area to support the continuous growth of the business.”