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The Council unashamedly backed the Crossley Evans site thereby ignoring its own citizens and slapping local businesses in the face. The Council only changed their mind when faced with overwhelming public opposition, otherwise the Council would have continued to support the out of town get rich quick merchants.
Shipley store wars appear to be over From Bradford Telegraph and Argus
Shipley MP Philip Davies said: "This is absolutely brilliant news for Shipley and for the workers at Crossley Evans.
The correct decision had to be forced on the Council. Frankly this demonstrates incompetence and questionable motives. So yes, Cllrs. As for an apology, just so much hot air. First you claim that the Council made the right decision supporting GMI over local businesses, then you say that you signed the petition against them. Is this what passes for clear thinking at City Hall. Or are you just a politician who follows the prevailing wind?
You're probably right about the apology: from those Councillors it would only be an exercise in vapid insincerity delivered from the arrogance of unassailable power. The Council did make the correct decision in going with the Morrisons scheme.
"We would like to thank the community within Shipley and the wider area for their unwavering support."
The point is, that given a free choice, the Council preferred to support an out of town developer and stab local businesses in the back as well as ignore popular opinion. which was.
And Windhill and Wrose councillor Vanda Greenwood said local people would be delighted, adding that Morrisons would be "fantastic."
News broke yesterday that GMI Developments had aborted two appeals against Bradford Council planners' refusal to permit the Otley Road scheme.
Shipley traders' spokesman Barry Cooper said he was glad the wrangles had ended and said: "We look forward to how Morrisons will now come in and help the town."
Councillor Mike Ellis, who sat on the panel which went against officer's recommendation, was due to speak at the planning inspectorate appeal scheduled for September.
Great news, the Crossley Evans site was never the right place to have a supermarket. They were later to be forced to change their mind which they eventually did and very reluctantly too, but that is besides the point.
that our partner Network Rail intends to make the necessary land available to the Council thus enabling the alternative scheme to progress.
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"This welcome news now allows us to refocus on our investment in the local community and our ambitious plans to introduce more advanced recycling systems.
Ward councillor for Shipley Martin Love said he was happy jobs were now safe and hoped Crossley Evans would now proceed with increased recycling projects.
changed their mind with a great deal of bad grace in the face of overwhelming public opposition. The Council in their usual Nike Mens Gilet
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underhand way then went on to assist GMI with their appeal.
Morrisons' plans for a new store with mixed commercial and housing in partnership with Skipton Properties on the Crag Road site has been Nike Leggings Images impeded by Network Rail's decision not to sell needed land until after the GMI appeal had been resolved.
Some 60 jobs have now been saved and Morrisons will be the town's only new supermarket after developers dramatically ditched their fight to build on land beside Otley Road.
Workers at a Shipley recycling business are celebrating after the sudden collapse of a bid to build a supermarket on the century old Crossley Evans site.
The Council didn't take the second decision it was forced upon them. They should never have supported GMI in the first place; but supporting and assisting developers in the face of public opposition is the norm at City Hall.
Great news, the Crossley Evans site was never the right place to have a supermarket. The Council's original decision was to support the GMI bid for the Crossley Evans site. That is well documented and it is a fact. The Council only Nike Dri Fit T-shirt
Great news, the Crossley Evans site was never the right place to have a supermarket. They should never have encouraged the GMI developers in the first place. It's getting nauseating. And stop rewriting history.
"And I must say it's refreshing to see developers respect the views of a planning committee and the people GMI and their partners have done the right thing."
Great news, the Crossley Evans site was never the right place to have a supermarket. Common sense prevails plus very good news for Shipley!!!."
Chris Gilman, managing director of GMI Developments, said; "We have a long and successful relationship with Bradford Council and whilst naturally disappointed that on this occasion, our scheme which had the clear support from all the external consultants who recognised its numerous and far reaching benefits, was not supported by members, we respect their decision.
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