Bristol CBD is set to become the first city in the UK to have a vape online shop, after the state government announced a $300,000 grant to create the business.
The company, Vapor Online, will operate as a full-service vape shop that offers all the flavours and flavoursome options that you want from the most popular brands.
The store will be on the first floor of the Bristol Town Centre.
It is expected to open this month.
The council’s local authority planning committee voted unanimously to grant the grant to Vapor Online last week.
The group, which includes the local authorities’ environmental protection team, says it is the largest cannabis cultivation site in the country and has already attracted over 100,000 customers, including around 600 people from the CBD.
The Bristol CBD has a CBD Business Plan and a CBD Vision plan.
It also has a cannabis policy and cannabis-related enforcement plan.
“We have over 100 cannabis cultivation sites in Bristol, and they are just waiting to be developed into full retail shops,” said Bristol CBD chief executive officer Mike Allen.
We are excited to see the CBD become the largest CBD in Europe.” “
The CBD Business Vision Plan outlines how we want the CBD to develop and develop into the CBD in the future.
We are excited to see the CBD become the largest CBD in Europe.”
He added that the store will have a focus on vaping, as well as the wider cannabis industry.
“Vapor Online is the only vape shop in Bristol offering a full range of vape flavours and flavorsome products,” said Allen.
‘Vape store to offer cannabis’ A group of local business owners and retailers are behind the project.
The CBD Business Partnership has been set up by the Bristol CBD planning committee in the wake of the decision to award the grant, along with the Bristol City Council’s environment, community and transport departments.
“A full range for cannabis is a huge part of the vision for the Bristol area, and this is one of the best places in the city to have it,” said Ben O’Neill, one of its members, on the council’s planning committee.
“For Bristol to become an industry hub, this is a fantastic opportunity.”
The CBD Vision Plan is also designed to set out the way the city’s CBD will grow over the next 15 years, as the region gets more cannabis-friendly regulations, and the market for legal cannabis expands.
“This is really about the city and the CBD being the place for cannabis,” said Mr O’Neil.
“It’s not just about CBDs in Bristol anymore, it’s about CBD as a whole.”
He said Vapor Online is hoping to attract the local cannabis community to come and buy from them.
“Our business model is based on the people who live in the CBD, so we want to attract a lot of cannabis smokers who live and work here,” said O’Connor.
“What we’re looking for are the people that live and shop here who are going to be coming from outside the CBD and buying products that they wouldn’t normally buy.”
Mr O’,Connor said Vapor online has a big focus on the CBD’s cannabis market, and also wants to develop into a vape shop for other cannabis-focused businesses.
“As the CBD continues to grow, we’re hoping to grow the cannabis market here and provide that to the CBD as well,” he said.
“There’s so much demand for cannabis that we are trying to fill those needs and then be part of that growth.”
Mr Allen said the company’s primary aim was to be the “world’s first cannabis retail shop”, and that its business model will be to cater to all types of customers.
“My hope is that people will go to Vapor online because they’ll be able to purchase everything from concentrates to edibles to vape pens and vaporizers,” he added.
“They can also buy from us all the cannabis-specific products that we have in stock.”
The Bristol Cannabis Campaign welcomed the news that the CBD Business Plans had been approved.
“Councils decisions to award grants and to create local businesses to support growth are critical to the city being able to become a truly successful and thriving CBD,” said director of Bristol Cannabis campaign, Matt O’Hare.
A statement from the Bristol Cannabis Alliance said they were pleased with the councils decision to grant Vapor Online the grant. “
At a time when other CBDs are being squeezed out of the area by new development, it is vital that councils take action to support this vital area and support Bristol as a thriving CBD.”
A statement from the Bristol Cannabis Alliance said they were pleased with the councils decision to grant Vapor Online the grant.
“In light of the recent announcements from the UK Government that cannabis should be legalised across the country, we are delighted that Bristol is moving forward with this initiative to allow for a thriving cannabis market in the City of Bristol,” it said.
The city is expected for its first CBD shop in September