Controversial plans to build a third major supermarket in the centre of Coalisland have been given the go-ahead.
Tension is mounting in the war of Coalisland’s supermarkets as heavyweight superstore Springisland has submitted objections to the planned Lineside development.
- Revised plans submitted after developers buy out objecting architects
The Coalisland Canal committee have made a formal objection to the Lineside supermarket proposals after developers submitted revised plans for their grocery superstore.
New details of plans to dramatically alter the flow of traffic in Coalisland town centre have emerged as part of the controversial Lineside supermarket development.
The Lineside supermarket developers have struck a deal to demolish the offices of an architect who previously criticised their plans, making way for extra grocery-store parking.
A planning consultancy firm has slammed the DOE for its handling of plans to build a third Coalisland supermarket, accusing the department of being “negligent from the outset”.
The developers of the proposed Lineside supermarket have confirmed they intend to purchase a neighbouring architects’ building to create extra parking spaces for their plans.
Controversial plans to build a third supermarket in the centre of Coalisland have been sent back to the design stage after the planning authority raised several concerns over the proposals.
The level of car parking planned for the Lineside supermarket development is only half of what is required, a Coalisland architects’ firm has claimed.