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Public to have say on plans for new supermarket

Ten new jobs would be created if plans for a replacement Lidl on a Sheffield estate get the go-ahead.

The existing store, on Castlebeck Avenue, Manor, would be demolished, with the new store replacing it, if it gets approval.

Residents have been invited to have their say at a consultation event on July 18 at the Alison Business Centre, Alison Crescent.

Planning consultancy Nathaniel Lichfield & Partners are handling the plans for the development.

Director Jonathan Wallace said the current store, which is 18 years old, did not meet current customer expectations.

He said: “We have worked with council officers in order to deliver an attractive new store which provides a more spacious shopping environment.

“The new store would also generate additional jobs.”

 
 
 

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