A tattoo parlour has been caught out in Coffs Harbour operating without the appropriate consent.
A tattoo parlour has been caught out in Coffs Harbour operating without the appropriate consent.

Unauthorised tattoo parlour caught out in Coffs

A tattoo parlour has been caught out in Coffs Harbour operating without the appropriate consent.

It is currently operating within a rear demountable shed on Vera Drive.

The business is known as Happily Ever Inked.

The operators have been asked to submit a development application to Coffs Harbour City Council to bring it in line with the appropriate planning laws.

The operators have been asked to submit a development application to Coffs Harbour City Council. at
The operators have been asked to submit a development application to Coffs Harbour City Council. at

The development application lodged in February seeks consent to approve the fit-out of an existing garage. The double brick garage will help to alleviate any concerns about noise impacts on neighbours.

The studio fit-out will include:

- A waiting area

- Reception area

- Two cleaning areas

- Tattoo area and a one-way flow system.

Two staff will work there and the hours of operation will be between 10 am and 8 pm from Tuesday to Saturday.

A total of three parking spaces will be provided on-site, with one parking space for the home business.

Other development applications pending before Council:

Fast-food proposal divides residents

Factory or top-class facility: Animal rights group says no

Council, developer at odds over $1.5m servo plan


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