Around 40 new jobs could be created in Beverley if plans for retail park led by a Lidl supermarket along with a selection of leisure outlets are approved.
When open Lidl alone would create employment for 40 people with a mix of full and part time positions while more opportunities would be created from other businesses.
Jonathan Wallace, senior director for Nathaniel Lichfield & Partners, said:
“The new store will feature a high quality, contemporary design based upon Lidl’s latest format and will reduce the distance travelled by residents to existing Lidl stores in Willerby, Hull, Newlands and Driffield.”
“The Lidl and Cookridge proposals will complement this substantial number of new homes, create employment-generating development, and provide new retail and food and drink facilities to meet the needs of occupiers of the new developments and the wider Beverley area.”
Members of the community will get to have their say on Friday 15th July 2016 at Saint Nicholas Community Centre, Holme Church Lane at a consultation that will be open between 2PM and 6PM.
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