SAVE THE VILLAGE. SAY NO TO LIDL.
Lidl have put in a new plan for planning permission
Read it here
Basically, Lidl want to demolish the Rose and Crown (almost 300 years old) to build a car park of tarmac to service a supermarket.
The supermarket is bordering a large secondary school. The student entrance/exit of the school is a few metres from the entrance/exit of the car park of the planned supermarket.
Object by email to firstname.lastname@example.org with reference 12/18/00176 and FAO Ian Woodhead
A revised plan at this late stage can be summed up as follows.
Amendments to Lidl’s application – February 2018
The main changes to the proposal are:
A 3m wide footpath along the frontage to Swarkestone Road to enhance pedestrian safety; The removal of two existing additional trees subject to TPO’s that are located on the Swarkestone Road frontage in order to enhance visibility splays and increase pedestrian visibility; A dedicated, safe pedestrian route through the car park from the north towards the store entrance; A dedicated, safe pedestrian route towards the store entrance from the south; A reduction in the scale of the proposed building; Revised elevational treatment to the building; Adjustments to the proposed package of improvements to the highway network; and Minor alterations to the proposals to account for the above revisions.