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As reported in The Cornishman/West Briton Thursday, July 29, 2010

New superstore plan is revealed

Thursday, July 29, 2010

A NATURE reserve and a footpath linking Angarrack to the site are part of revised plans submitted by Sainsbury's for a new store on the outskirts of Hayle.

The 32,000 sq ft food store, with parking for 360 cars, would be sited on land

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Nature reserve key part of revised plan for store

Thursday, July 29, 2010

A NATURE reserve and footpath linking Angarrack to the site are part of revised plans submitted by Sainsbury's for a new store on the outskirts of Hayle.

The 32,000sq ft food store, with parking for 360 cars, would be sited on land adjacent

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Nature reserve key part of revised plan for store

The revised plan for the Sainsbury's development in Hayle.

The revised plan for the Sainsbury's development in Hayle.

A NATURE reserve and footpath linking Angarrack to the site are part of revised plans submitted by Sainsbury's for a new store on the outskirts of Hayle.

The 32,000sq ft food store, with parking for 360 cars, would be sited on land adjacent to Marsh Lane and behind Marks & Spencer and Hayle Rugby Club.

This is the second planning application Sainsbury's has submitted, having withdrawn one in March 2010, enabling it to incorporate improvements to the scheme following more than a year of consultation.

Key elements of the scheme include the nature reserve with a boardwalk, bird lodge and wetlands, the creation of more than 200 full- and part-time jobs, the footpath to Angarrack, a bus service, petrol station and recycling centre.

 

Ben Littman, Sainsbury's regional development surveyor, said: "Hayle has some exciting plans for growth that we'd like to be a part of.

"We feel that a Sainsbury's food store would complement the town's existing offerings and enable people to do their shopping without having to travel to, and spend money in, neighbouring towns."

Cornwall Council planning officer Jeremy Content confirmed an application had been received and outlined the position regarding other applications to build supermarkets in Hayle. "We have had an application for Morrisons at the Jewson's site, which is being discussed, and ING is also looking to resubmit an application on South Quay," he said.

 

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