Esso lodged an appeal with the planning inspectorate after a decision to refuse planning permission for an out of town Tesco Express store at a planning committee meeting in October 2008.
After receiving a 1,000 name petition from local residents and Old Town traders fearing it would hit their business, East Riding of Yorkshire Council refused Esso permission to develop its Scarborough... Read More
A major developer wants to build a 45,000sq ft supermarket at Cottingham. The store would be bigger than Morrisons in Beverley and a similar size to Waitrose in Willerby. It would include parking for 300 cars and a petrol station.
Businesses in Cottingham believe a supermarket would damage trade in the village and residents are concerned about the increased traffic. Two petitions... Read More
In 2007 residents in Driffield launched a campaign against an application by Tesco for a larger store on the site of its existing store. Driffield is a small market town, and residents feel that the store would completely dominate the town.
In February 2010, East Riding Council's planning committee approved three major developments - the redevelopment of the cattle market and Viking... Read More