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Jobs Promise In Supermarket Plan

Monday February 24 2014




SUPERMARKET giant Aldi has revealed it plans to build a new supermarket in Royston - creating up to 40 jobs.

The company plans to apply to Barnsley Council for permission to build the store and ten houses on land on High Street, on the site of the former spring factory.

Site developers, Quora, and Aldi issued a newsletter to 1,600 residents and local business asking for their views.

Mark Taylor, property director for Aldi, said: "The development will regenerate a redundant site and provide investment including the introduction of 40 local jobs."

Anyone wishing to submit their views to developers can do so by sending an email to aldiconsultation@planningpotential.co.uk

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Reply Posted by Joanne on Monday February 24 2014 at 10:42
Good, just what we need :-)

Reply Posted by Craig stainforth on Monday February 24 2014 at 11:24
I have work ed in netto most my life until it sold up and was u go so l no in and out how shop work s unloading wagon s and de carding date checks plz read my cv and give me a chance to show you how good worker l am and will do eny hours your offer me thanks Craig Stainforth tel 07544892374

Reply Posted by Steve on Monday February 24 2014 at 11:52
Craig, suggest you take a look at the Aldi career website

Reply Posted by bananas on Monday February 24 2014 at 12:08
gud on ye craig. at least u r trying to get work.

Reply Posted by Mary Wilson on Monday February 24 2014 at 15:55
Good luck Craig. Dont despair hopefully good things will come of you being proactive and using your initiative. Darfield is getting a few new supermarkets at end of the year hopefully you might get a job there if all else fails. Chin up luv

Reply Posted by Crazy Dave on Monday February 24 2014 at 17:27
Get ready for the dummies coming on asking how to apply....

Reply Posted by nobby on Monday February 24 2014 at 21:39
does anyone know anybody doing cheap learn polish courses.first days course i would like to learn to say i am not polish iam local please gee us a chance al du best i can.

Reply Posted by Justice on Saturday March 1 2014 at 20:08
Good luck Craig!! :)

Reply Posted by STEVEO on Sunday March 2 2014 at 12:38
that's THE CO-OP finished then...

I pity the poor people that live opposite the co-op when the council gives planning permission for the houses or flats that will be built on the co-op site and car park.

You mark my words.....

Reply Posted by Red Optimist on Sunday March 2 2014 at 14:51
I agree that it is highly likely that the co-op will close. However, it is an expensive store to shop in. Some of their prices are ridiculous. Like just about everything allied to the Labour party it is uneconomic and uncompetitive and on that basis is destined to fail. Competition is good for the consumer. Well done Aldi.