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Plans for Kia showroom to replace Skoda in Watford

The site, currently green and white, would be painted black with silver details. <i>(Image: Sign Specialists / Hertsmere Borough Council / Canva)</i>
The site, currently green and white, would be painted black with silver details. (Image: Sign Specialists / Hertsmere Borough Council / Canva)

Plans have been submitted for a Kia car showroom to replace an existing Skoda showroom in Watford.

An application, submitted to Hertsmere Borough Council's planning committee on Wednesday (December 6), seeks permission for six new signs with Kia branding to be displayed at 68 Chalk Hill.

Artist's impressions and proposed elevations are included within the application, which would see the site, currently green and white, painted black with silver details.

Watford Observer: The existing Skoda showroom in Chalk Hill, Watford.
Watford Observer: The existing Skoda showroom in Chalk Hill, Watford.

The existing Skoda showroom in Chalk Hill, Watford. (Image: Sign Specialists / Hertsmere Borough Council)

Logo signs, an illuminated totem sign, an illuminated fascia sign and an entrance gate sign would all be added to the showroom.

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The site has been a car showroom since an application for change of use from a petrol station was accepted in February, 1994.

Watford Observer: The proposed Kia showroom in Chalk Hill, Watford.
Watford Observer: The proposed Kia showroom in Chalk Hill, Watford.

The proposed Kia showroom in Chalk Hill, Watford. (Image: Sign Specialists / Hertsmere Borough Council)

The application can be viewed by using reference 23/1721/ADV on the Hertsmere District Council planning portal.

No comments or objections have yet been made.