Public consultation about Holt supermarket plans announced
The development group behind plans to bring a supermarket to the outskirts of Holt have revealed the dates of its public consultation.
Specialist developer Norwood Homes, who have an office at Blakeney, are proposing to bring a foodstore to the Thaxters timber and DIY yard site, off Old Station Way.
The plans could see the creation of about 100 jobs and 80 free short-stay car parking spaces.
Partner Tim Scholfield gave a presentation at Holt Town Council's annual towns meeting last night (Monday) and confirmed that the existing building - the former mill - would be demolished and that access is hoped to remain as it is.
He also stressed that negotiations were on-going with a supermarket to develop their site.
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The public consultation will take place at Holt Community Centre, Kerridge Way, on April 10, 10am–7pm, and April 11, 10am–5pm.
The plans will be on display boards and partners from Norwood will be available to answer questions and take suggestions. Questionnaires will also be available.
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? Digital or A4 printed copies of the plans will be available from April 9 upon request by emailing tim.schofield@norwood property.com.