Homeowners have hit out at proposals to build a new petrol station and grocery store in Brackaville, saying the latest plans have failed to address their concerns.
The DOE has apologised to homeowners after sending letters that claimed controversial plans for a new supermarket and filling station in Brackaville had failed.
Plans to build a new supermarket and filling station in Brackaville have failed after developers did not provide additional information on time.
Opposition to the construction of a new supermarket and filling station in Brackaville has gathered pace, with up to 10 homeowners so far voicing their objections to the plans.
Brackaville householders have hit out at the DOE and developers for failing to inform them of plans to build a supermarket and filling station next to their homes.
Plans for what could be Coalisland’s fourth supermarket have been sent to the planning authority for approval.