Co-op complains to government as uncertainty clouds new store plans

The government is set to weigh in on whether or not the Co-op will be allowed to build a new store in South Kirkby.
The supermarket wants to develop the town's old health centre on Barnsley Road, despite a petition of 134 signatures being tabled against the move.
Concerns have been raised about the proposed entrance to the Co-op's car park being "dangerous" and the potential impact on traffic around the site.
A decision on whether or not to approve the application was deferred at a July meeting, at which local councillor Steve Tulley called the plans the "worst I've seen in... read more

 
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