A home acting as a warehouse for Hill Boles Automotive will be torn down and replaced with a half-million-dollar warehouse, Welland city council heard Tuesday.
The new facility will be set back farther from nearby residents than the existing home and closer to the main building, said Joe Tomaino.
Tomaino, representing the company, was before council to talk about the plan, which requires both official plan and zoning bylaw amendments.
The changes will see the home redesignated from low-density residential to community commercial corridor with an exemption to allow warehousing use only.
Tomaino said the existing home acts as storage for the automotive company that fronts Thorold Road east of Niagara Street, and employee parking.
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