Public display of supermarket plans
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Residents of Amble were able to drop in and see the detailed plans for the proposed supermarket development and leave comments with Amble Town Council. These comments will help form the Council’s response to the Planning Committee at County Hall.
The plans were on display in the Trinity Methodist Church Hall, Percy Street, Amble between 2.00pm and 6.00pm on Wednesday 26th January.
The plans go under the snappy title of: Reserved matter (A/2010/0522): construction of retail supermarket-consideration of appearance and scale (outline reference A/2008/0002) for the land North of Queen Street and adjacent to the Gut and the Braid.
The Town Council will formulate their response to the proposed development at their Planning Committee meeting, which will also be held in the Trinity Methodist Church Hall on Tuesday 1st February at 6.30pm. Members of the public were able to speak at this meeting.
People wishing to contact the Town Council or send their comments on the plans can also do them in the following ways:
email Amble Town Council: email@example.com,
write to the Town Council: Town Council Office, The Quayside, Amble, Morpeth NE65 OAP; Telephone: 01665 714695
or leave a comment in the comments box below.
To apply to speak at that meeting or to leave comments with the County council, you should ring County Hall on 0845 600 6400 before February 10th.
You will also have to indicate whether you wish to speak either “for” or “against” the proposal.
Remember, you will only be able to discuss the details of the store, car parking and internal roads. Outline planning permission to site a supermarket in this area has already been granted.
You can still see the plans for the new Tesco supermarket downstairs at Fourways2 and at Amble Library.
You can also see them online. Go to this page on the County Council’s website and type A/2010/0522 into the “Application Reference” box.