Lakenham residents urged to have their say on plans for new Asda supermarket
People living in the Hall Road area of Norwich are being urged to have their say about plans for a new Asda supermarket in Harford Place.
The Eaton Conservatives, led by Antony Little, and Town Close Conservatives, led by Barry Cochrane, have been knocking on doors to find out views and delivering letters telling people how to have their say.
Mr Cochrane said: 'We are writing to make local people aware that ASDA have now submitted an application for a new store to be built on the Harford Place site at Hall Road.
'ASDA say their plans would regenerate the site as a whole. The proposals include a new ASDA store, along with a selection of smaller retail units, enterprise business units, a pub, a gym, a public square and a community building.
'This is a massive development and we are keen that it isn't just nodded through but that local people have their say.'
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For more details about the plans, go to www.asdaharfordplace.co.uk
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