Aldi plans new Birmingham store within a mile of Sainsbury's and Morrisons Budget group returns with another application to redevelop site 11 years after it first bought it05:00, 25 JUL 2017Updated12:34, 25 JUL 2017This was on the grounds of design and impact on the character and visual amenities coach factory store website of the site and surrounding area and the flood risk posed by the River Rea which runs very close to the application plot.
Aldi had failed to demonstrate the site was not at risk of flooding and a subsequent appeal was dismissed by the Planning Inspector, according to newly submitted planning documents which also acknowledge the risk of flooding still exists.In 2015, the chain again unveiled plans to open there but this time with a regional training centre alongside a supermarket.This project joins a long list of activity in Birmingham's supermarket sector with new stores opening across the city.Next is opening one of its biggest ever stores at Merry HillMorrisons and Tesco have both launched large supermarkets close to the city centre, in Hagley coach outlet atlanta knights Road and Icknield Street respectively, although the latter subsequently closed its store at Five Ways island in 2015.Aldi has also applied for planning permission to build a new supermarket in coach outlet locations massachusetts Pershore Road, Stirchley, just a few hundred metres from where Lidl is hoping to launch a store in place of a Fitness First gym.Tesco started work on its long awaited new supermarket in Stirchley before eventually abandoning the plans earlier this year.
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