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101001 | ASDA writes to Angarrack Residents

 From ASDAHAYLE.co.uk :

We will be submitting a planning application for this development in September/October 2010. On this site you will find information about the proposal and the changes we have made as a result of discussions and feedback from the local community since our public exhibition in January 2010.

Click here to read the press release about the results of an independent poll on supermarkets in Hayle.

Click here to see more details of the feedback we received following our public exhibition in January 2010.

If you have any questions or comments on our proposal you can contact us directly by clicking here.

Our proposal

We are proposing to build a new foodstore and other amenities on Memorial Park, currently home to Hayle RFC. The development will facilitate Hayle RFC's move to a new, modern ground at Carwin Rise, securing the future of the club and of amateur rugby in the area for the long term.

We believe the Memorial Park site is the most appropriate location for a foodstore in Hayle. It is adjacent to the established, popular West Cornwall Shopping Park, is easily accessed from both the town and from the A30 and the highways improvements proposed will benefit all users of the A30 roundabout at Loggans Moor.

Key features of the development:

  • A new ASDA foodstore with a sales area of 30,000 sq ft approx
  • Up to 270 new jobs
  • 381 space shoppers’ car park
  • An ASDA petrol filling station
  • Recycling facilities
  • A free bus service linking Hayle town centre to the Shopping Park and the new store
  • Improved connections for pedestrians and cycles crossing the A30 from Hayle
  • 16,930 sq ft approx of small business units, providing modern and accessible accommodation to attract new businesses to the town

Store design and site layout


The proposed ASDA store will be positioned at the southern end of the site, with the customer car park located in front and the business units behind.

The store has been designed to suit the character of the surrounding area, using natural materials such as local stone and timber cladding. It and other elements of the site will be constructed with an emphasis on sustainable materials.

The development and its perimeter will be extensively landscaped with the visual barrier between the site and the A30 maintained for the most part.

Highways and access


Great attention has been paid to access to the proposed store for all modes of transport.

ASDA intends to fund a free bus service linking Hayle town centre to the Shopping Park and the new store and significant changes are proposed to the A30 Loggans Moor roundabout to allow for an increase in road traffic to the site and improve overall traffic flow in the area. A through lane, improved approaches and a new signalling and crossing system will be added to the roundabout, easing congestion and reducing journey time for all users, particularly during summer peak periods.

Traffic flow through and around the new roundabout


roundabout

  • From Redruth, traffic to Hayle is able to turn right. Traffic to all other destinations travels in a conventional manner.
  • From Hayle, the roundabout works conventionally with the arm remaining unsignalised.
  • From Penzance the roundabout works conventionally with the arm being signalised.
  • From Marsh Lane the roundabout works conventionally with the arm being signalised.
  • From Connor Downs, the roundabout works conventionally with the arm remaining unsignalised.

Pedestrians and cycles


Pedestrian crossings will connect the B3301 from Hayle to the proposed new store, the Shopping Park and other amenities and the new rugby club site. These new crossings will provide a level alternative to using the footbridge which will continue to provide access to the site at the Shopping Park. Cycle access points and new cycle parking will be provided at the store.

Listening to local views


Public consultation forms a key part of any new ASDA proposal and we are always keen to involve as many people as possible before submitting a planning application. In our view, presenting a detailed set of proposals for public consideration is a vital requirement of the consultation process.

Our public consultation was held at the end of January. Visitors to the exhibition were able to meet both the ASDA and the Hayle RFC teams and view detailed plans for both proposals as well as for the proposed highway improvements at Loggans Moor roundabout.

Feedback cards were provided for members of the public to give their views on ASDA's proposal and, more generally, their views on supermarkets in Hayle.

Around 400 members of the public attended the exhibition and over 200 feedback cards have been received by ASDA to date. These cards underline the overwhelmingly positive nature of comments made at the exhibition.

Of 208 cards received:

  • 97% of those that commented believe that the local community in Hayle will benefit from a new supermarket
  • 95% of those that commented believe Memorial Park is the best location for a new supermarket (3% Hayle Harbour, 6% Marsh Lane)*
  • 95% of those that commented indicate that they would prefer ASDA to another supermarket operator in Hayle
  • 96% of those that commented support ASDA's proposal for Hayle.

* Some respondents ticked more than one box

In late March 2010 a poll of local residents was conducted by Populus on behalf of ASDA and Hayle RFC to investigate fully the views of the community towards supermarkets in Hayle. Populus interviewed by telephone a random sample of 1,003 residents, the results of which indicated a clear preference for ASDA to open a store in Hayle. Click here to read the press release on the results of the poll.

In April 2010, given the village's proximity to the proposed new store ASDA and Hayle RFC held a dedicated Angarrack Q & A drop in session in the Angarrack Community Hall. Around 100 residents attended the session and a wide range of issues were discussed. Concerns raised at this session have directly informed the highways improvements proposed in this planning application.

If you have any questions or comments on our proposal you can contact us directly. Please click here for contact details.

 

 

 

 

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