Just because the place is for coffee. doesn’t mean I can’t squeeze in a few sunglasses and hats. I do have quite a big stock lying around.
Ser super fint ud!
Wow Brinja! This is looking amazing! I cant wait to see it all finished and up and running!
I was just curious about whether or not you needed to get planning permission from your local council/kommune to set up a business like this in a residential area?
There are so many times that we are at a beach here in Norway and I think it would be really great to get an ice cream or a coffee but there is nowhere available nearby- you guys have tapped into a genius business idea! :)
The house stretches over two house-grounds(?)one with the house and workshop on it and the other with grass and nothing else (…well the circus now). It was already a place with permission to run business when Michael bought it. My workshop used to be a plumbers workplace for 15 people.
But we still had to apply for permission though the council though. because coffee and ice cream is another kind of business than plumbing. It took a long time, a lot of reading and a lot of paper work to get here :) but all is good. I’m happy we did it!
I’ll just say – W O W!!!!
:-) thank you!
Such a great job! Everything looks so nice! Can’t wait to see finished project :).
Really impressive – wishing you great success with this
Very cool…. well done!
It looks great! Maybe, some day, I will visit you for an ice-cream :-)
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