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.
Homeowners in Mourne Crescent have launched legal action against the developers planning to build a new supermarket on the Lineside, it has been revealed.
A snapshot survey carried out by Coalisland Post suggests more than four in every five householders in the town are against plans to build a new supermarket at the Lineside.
Plans for what could be Coalisland’s fourth supermarket have been sent to the planning authority for approval.
Some weeks ago it was revealed that proposals for a third supermarket in the centre of Coalisland were re-submitted to the planning authority. We want you to have your say on whether the plans should be given the green light.
Controversial proposals for a third supermarket in the centre of Coalisland have been re-submitted to the planning authority for approval.