Public to be asked for views on plans for new superstore
PEOPLE are being asked for their opinions on plans for a proposed superstore.
The Ripley Gateway site in the town's Nottingham Road could feature a Morrisons supermarket, and a second section of the A610 link road could also be built.
Residents have raised concerns about how the store would affect others in Ripley.
The project would also involve a new housing development on land previously earmarked for industrial use and there would be a new green space, Greenwich Park, which would include a junior football pitch, a senior pitch, a sports pavilion, games and play areas and a skate park.
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The project has been designed by property developer Clowes Westerman, working with Amber Valley Borough Council.
Public consultations will take place at Moss Cottage, Nottingham Road, Ripley, tomorrow and Thursday between 2pm and 8pm.