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Go ahead at last for town centre scheme

Friday November 6 2015


The new Hoyland development The new Hoyland development


GO-AHEAD has at last been given for a £4 million scheme to revive Hoyland town centre.

Developer Resilienti has been given permission to develop three sites - land off Duke Street, the market place and the town hall.

The proposals involve demolishing the former health centre at Duke Street to create a 79 space pay and display public car park.

The existing market area will also be demolished to make way for a new food store, a 78-space car park and landscaping.

The town hall will be re-cladded and a new entrance foyer created with new balconies to the back and a single story extension with three retail units.

In the new market place there will be 30 permanent stalls, seven retail kiosks, a market store, toilets and a 26-space public/trader car park.

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Reply Posted by callumsharman on Sunday November 8 2015 at 22:36
Do we really need that much parking??

Reply Posted by Mark Bentley on Monday November 9 2015 at 22:54
So now we have to pay to shop at our local shops and the nice quiet street through the centre will be rammed full of traffic in and out of the supermarket. When we have tesco, morrisons & Aldi near by.