#City & Town Planning
Wiltshire Council
United Kingdom

The proposed development comprises the demolition of the vacant Co-Op store building and its replacement with a new Lidl neighbourhood foodstore together with associated car parking, servicing and landscaping. The proposed Lidl foodstore will enhance Westbury’s existing facilities, services and employment opportunities, in line with Wiltshire Council’s strategy for Market Towns. The proposals will also involve the redevelopment of brownfield land, in line with the Council’s strategy for economic regeneration within the area.

The new Lidl foodstore will be located to the north of the site, with a dedicated delivery bay to the east of the proposed store. The new foodstore will extend to 1,919 sq. m gross internal area, with a net sales area of 1,114 sq. m. Vehicular access to the site will remain from Kingfisher Drive to the east.

The store will be supported by 113 car parking spaces, including 7 disabled parking bays to the south of the store, and 6 parent and child spaces at the west of the car park. Secure cycle storage will be provided to the east of the store. A trolley bay is also located adjacent to the store entrance.

Pedestrian and cycle access will also be provided from Trowbridge Road, with a zebra crossing facilitating safe access across the car park to the proposed Lidl foodstore. There is also a zebra crossing which safely links the Kingfisher Drive access with the Lidl store.

We, the undersigned, fully support Lidl's proposed application for a new neighbourhood foodstore at the former Co-Op store, Kingfisher Drive, Westbury.

We agree to our petition data being used to lobby local Councillors and Wiltshire Council.

The Support Lidl in Westbury petition to Wiltshire Council was written by Jemma Cam and is in the category City & Town Planning at GoPetition.

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