McDonald's, petrol station and Marks & Spencer shop planned for outer ring road junction

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YORK is in line for a new fast food outlet under plans submitted to the city council.

An application to demolish the garage and petrol station on the A1237/ A59 junction and replace it with a new petrol station, restaurant and food shop is currently before planners.

The scheme, near the recently completed Poppleton Road Park and Ride scheme, would see the restaurant occupied by McDonald's and shop by Marks and Spencer.

Outline permission was granted last year, and a filter lane to access the site from the A1237 has already been built.

The application submitted by developers the Skelwith Group shows the two storey McDonald’s restaurant, four pump BP petrol station, and the M & S Simply Food store.

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9:22am Mon 1 Sep 14

Meldrew2 says...

The city that tells us to get on our bikes allows another fat food outlet to open. (Not a typo)
The city that tells us to get on our bikes allows another fat food outlet to open. (Not a typo) Meldrew2
  • Score: 26

9:29am Mon 1 Sep 14

pedalling paul says...

Difficult to resist Planning Applications in the present absence of an approved Local Development Framework........
Difficult to resist Planning Applications in the present absence of an approved Local Development Framework........ pedalling paul
  • Score: -20

9:54am Mon 1 Sep 14

again says...

So that's an M&S 'Simply Food' store and a Big Mac 'I Can't Believe It's Not Food' store. Caters for all tastes, shapes and sizes.
So that's an M&S 'Simply Food' store and a Big Mac 'I Can't Believe It's Not Food' store. Caters for all tastes, shapes and sizes. again
  • Score: 16

9:55am Mon 1 Sep 14

mahlerfan says...

Yes , outline planning permission did go through last year for a single storey McDonalds despite many objections from local residents in this green belt area . Now we have two storeys & two signs 12 metres high , despite the height restriction imposed on the last application . At least the pupils at the local Manor School will be able to find it easily . Plus what a lovely first impression of York for our visitors on the A59 & A1237 .
Yes , outline planning permission did go through last year for a single storey McDonalds despite many objections from local residents in this green belt area . Now we have two storeys & two signs 12 metres high , despite the height restriction imposed on the last application . At least the pupils at the local Manor School will be able to find it easily . Plus what a lovely first impression of York for our visitors on the A59 & A1237 . mahlerfan
  • Score: 42

10:13am Mon 1 Sep 14

smudge2 says...

pedalling paul wrote:
Difficult to resist Planning Applications in the present absence of an approved Local Development Framework........
Ok Paul....anything constructive to say or just your usual planning drivel talk....Do you really know ??
[quote][p][bold]pedalling paul [/bold] wrote: Difficult to resist Planning Applications in the present absence of an approved Local Development Framework........[/p][/quote]Ok Paul....anything constructive to say or just your usual planning drivel talk....Do you really know ?? smudge2
  • Score: -7

10:23am Mon 1 Sep 14

pedalling paul says...

smudge2 wrote:
pedalling paul wrote:
Difficult to resist Planning Applications in the present absence of an approved Local Development Framework........
Ok Paul....anything constructive to say or just your usual planning drivel talk....Do you really know ??
I note that the next Local Plan working group meeting is on Sept. 18th (unless cancelled like several past meetings!) But it seems to me that every time a set of draft policy documents are circulated, every local nimby pops out of the woodwork to moan about new housing sites, and new industry sites and so forth, which are nominated for their doorsteps.
It should not be forgotten that we almost achieved an LDF a few years ago, until the commercially driven new stadium development drove a horse and cart through it. Now we are set back by a good few years.
What you refer to as "planning drivel talk" is a series of hoops that every Local Authority in the country must go through.
[quote][p][bold]smudge2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pedalling paul [/bold] wrote: Difficult to resist Planning Applications in the present absence of an approved Local Development Framework........[/p][/quote]Ok Paul....anything constructive to say or just your usual planning drivel talk....Do you really know ??[/p][/quote]I note that the next Local Plan working group meeting is on Sept. 18th (unless cancelled like several past meetings!) But it seems to me that every time a set of draft policy documents are circulated, every local nimby pops out of the woodwork to moan about new housing sites, and new industry sites and so forth, which are nominated for their doorsteps. It should not be forgotten that we almost achieved an LDF a few years ago, until the commercially driven new stadium development drove a horse and cart through it. Now we are set back by a good few years. What you refer to as "planning drivel talk" is a series of hoops that every Local Authority in the country must go through. pedalling paul
  • Score: -15

10:24am Mon 1 Sep 14

Jalymo says...

Open 24 hours, like Clifton Moor's? Why 2 stories high? Why have an underpass to nowhere at this roundabout, when it could have lead straight into McDonald's?
Do we want/need it?
Open 24 hours, like Clifton Moor's? Why 2 stories high? Why have an underpass to nowhere at this roundabout, when it could have lead straight into McDonald's? Do we want/need it? Jalymo
  • Score: 16

10:31am Mon 1 Sep 14

smudge2 says...

pedalling paul wrote:
smudge2 wrote:
pedalling paul wrote:
Difficult to resist Planning Applications in the present absence of an approved Local Development Framework........
Ok Paul....anything constructive to say or just your usual planning drivel talk....Do you really know ??
I note that the next Local Plan working group meeting is on Sept. 18th (unless cancelled like several past meetings!) But it seems to me that every time a set of draft policy documents are circulated, every local nimby pops out of the woodwork to moan about new housing sites, and new industry sites and so forth, which are nominated for their doorsteps.
It should not be forgotten that we almost achieved an LDF a few years ago, until the commercially driven new stadium development drove a horse and cart through it. Now we are set back by a good few years.
What you refer to as "planning drivel talk" is a series of hoops that every Local Authority in the country must go through.
Still can't take anything you say seriously after the bike photo....Sorry..Not sure if you really know your self any more. ??
[quote][p][bold]pedalling paul [/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smudge2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pedalling paul [/bold] wrote: Difficult to resist Planning Applications in the present absence of an approved Local Development Framework........[/p][/quote]Ok Paul....anything constructive to say or just your usual planning drivel talk....Do you really know ??[/p][/quote]I note that the next Local Plan working group meeting is on Sept. 18th (unless cancelled like several past meetings!) But it seems to me that every time a set of draft policy documents are circulated, every local nimby pops out of the woodwork to moan about new housing sites, and new industry sites and so forth, which are nominated for their doorsteps. It should not be forgotten that we almost achieved an LDF a few years ago, until the commercially driven new stadium development drove a horse and cart through it. Now we are set back by a good few years. What you refer to as "planning drivel talk" is a series of hoops that every Local Authority in the country must go through.[/p][/quote]Still can't take anything you say seriously after the bike photo....Sorry..Not sure if you really know your self any more. ?? smudge2
  • Score: -7

10:32am Mon 1 Sep 14

uriahh says...

Yet another degree of traffic complexity within an already suspect new roadwork system with past traffic back ups way down the A59 to Harrogate??
Yet another degree of traffic complexity within an already suspect new roadwork system with past traffic back ups way down the A59 to Harrogate?? uriahh
  • Score: 25

10:34am Mon 1 Sep 14

KevinWard59 says...

pedalling paul wrote:
smudge2 wrote:
pedalling paul wrote:
Difficult to resist Planning Applications in the present absence of an approved Local Development Framework........
Ok Paul....anything constructive to say or just your usual planning drivel talk....Do you really know ??
I note that the next Local Plan working group meeting is on Sept. 18th (unless cancelled like several past meetings!) But it seems to me that every time a set of draft policy documents are circulated, every local nimby pops out of the woodwork to moan about new housing sites, and new industry sites and so forth, which are nominated for their doorsteps.
It should not be forgotten that we almost achieved an LDF a few years ago, until the commercially driven new stadium development drove a horse and cart through it. Now we are set back by a good few years.
What you refer to as "planning drivel talk" is a series of hoops that every Local Authority in the country must go through.
Peeing Paul you're distracting the blatantly obvious for any commentator worth their salt.

Outline planning permission was put in last year.

Also a slip road has been built as a part of the roundabout.

Not even curious?
[quote][p][bold]pedalling paul [/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smudge2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pedalling paul [/bold] wrote: Difficult to resist Planning Applications in the present absence of an approved Local Development Framework........[/p][/quote]Ok Paul....anything constructive to say or just your usual planning drivel talk....Do you really know ??[/p][/quote]I note that the next Local Plan working group meeting is on Sept. 18th (unless cancelled like several past meetings!) But it seems to me that every time a set of draft policy documents are circulated, every local nimby pops out of the woodwork to moan about new housing sites, and new industry sites and so forth, which are nominated for their doorsteps. It should not be forgotten that we almost achieved an LDF a few years ago, until the commercially driven new stadium development drove a horse and cart through it. Now we are set back by a good few years. What you refer to as "planning drivel talk" is a series of hoops that every Local Authority in the country must go through.[/p][/quote]Peeing Paul you're distracting the blatantly obvious for any commentator worth their salt. Outline planning permission was put in last year. Also a slip road has been built as a part of the roundabout. Not even curious? KevinWard59
  • Score: -7

10:37am Mon 1 Sep 14

KevinWard59 says...

again wrote:
So that's an M&S 'Simply Food' store and a Big Mac 'I Can't Believe It's Not Food' store. Caters for all tastes, shapes and sizes.
Don't forget M & S managed to obtain permission to knock down a 13/14/18th century building (memory failure) to build their loading bay on pavement.

No mean feat and un achievable by anyone else in your EVER.
[quote][p][bold]again[/bold] wrote: So that's an M&S 'Simply Food' store and a Big Mac 'I Can't Believe It's Not Food' store. Caters for all tastes, shapes and sizes.[/p][/quote]Don't forget M & S managed to obtain permission to knock down a 13/14/18th century building (memory failure) to build their loading bay on pavement. No mean feat and un achievable by anyone else in your EVER. KevinWard59
  • Score: 13

10:47am Mon 1 Sep 14

KevinWard59 says...

mahlerfan wrote:
Yes , outline planning permission did go through last year for a single storey McDonalds despite many objections from local residents in this green belt area . Now we have two storeys & two signs 12 metres high , despite the height restriction imposed on the last application . At least the pupils at the local Manor School will be able to find it easily . Plus what a lovely first impression of York for our visitors on the A59 & A1237 .
Do planning applications have to state the anticipated vehicular traffic and possible increase of vehicles on the A1237 - because history shows the inability to do the maths on this narrow road and more vehicle necessity applications are being made/accepted.

Remember the old sums 5000 employees at Clifton Moor Phase One plus 5000 at Stage Two and again at Stage Three is the same as 5000 x 3 = 15000 vehicles maximum possible for shop and business workers going to work at the same time on the same road.

Plus monks cross and clearly the road is overloaded at peak before S to N through traffic or the customers.
[quote][p][bold]mahlerfan[/bold] wrote: Yes , outline planning permission did go through last year for a single storey McDonalds despite many objections from local residents in this green belt area . Now we have two storeys & two signs 12 metres high , despite the height restriction imposed on the last application . At least the pupils at the local Manor School will be able to find it easily . Plus what a lovely first impression of York for our visitors on the A59 & A1237 .[/p][/quote]Do planning applications have to state the anticipated vehicular traffic and possible increase of vehicles on the A1237 - because history shows the inability to do the maths on this narrow road and more vehicle necessity applications are being made/accepted. Remember the old sums 5000 employees at Clifton Moor Phase One plus 5000 at Stage Two and again at Stage Three is the same as 5000 x 3 = 15000 vehicles maximum possible for shop and business workers going to work at the same time on the same road. Plus monks cross and clearly the road is overloaded at peak before S to N through traffic or the customers. KevinWard59
  • Score: 20

10:50am Mon 1 Sep 14

KevinWard59 says...

KevinWard59 wrote:
again wrote:
So that's an M&S 'Simply Food' store and a Big Mac 'I Can't Believe It's Not Food' store. Caters for all tastes, shapes and sizes.
Don't forget M & S managed to obtain permission to knock down a 13/14/18th century building (memory failure) to build their loading bay on pavement.

No mean feat and un achievable by anyone else in your EVER.
YORK not your -stupid iPad.

Wouldn't happen in laptop but just servicing and removing 371 PUPS.
[quote][p][bold]KevinWard59[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]again[/bold] wrote: So that's an M&S 'Simply Food' store and a Big Mac 'I Can't Believe It's Not Food' store. Caters for all tastes, shapes and sizes.[/p][/quote]Don't forget M & S managed to obtain permission to knock down a 13/14/18th century building (memory failure) to build their loading bay on pavement. No mean feat and un achievable by anyone else in your EVER.[/p][/quote]YORK not your -stupid iPad. Wouldn't happen in laptop but just servicing and removing 371 PUPS. KevinWard59
  • Score: -4

11:04am Mon 1 Sep 14

clm058 says...

Are these realy needed?
Are these realy needed? clm058
  • Score: 6

11:15am Mon 1 Sep 14

smudge2 says...

clm058 wrote:
Are these realy needed?
Is spell check really needed.....
[quote][p][bold]clm058[/bold] wrote: Are these realy needed?[/p][/quote]Is spell check really needed..... smudge2
  • Score: 5

11:58am Mon 1 Sep 14

munstombo says...

oh well.. at least there will be some more low paid rock bottom earnings potential jobs.
oh well.. at least there will be some more low paid rock bottom earnings potential jobs. munstombo
  • Score: 14

11:59am Mon 1 Sep 14

Happytoliveinyork says...

#lowpaidjobsandburge
rs
#lowpaidjobsandburge rs Happytoliveinyork
  • Score: 11

12:28pm Mon 1 Sep 14

Dave Ruddock says...

McDonald City, ops think they missed one (Askam Bar), McD before and after the races . lol
McDonald City, ops think they missed one (Askam Bar), McD before and after the races . lol Dave Ruddock
  • Score: 7

12:37pm Mon 1 Sep 14

YorkStone says...

good stuff, new jobs for York...no matter how low paid its a start for people. Crack on and get it built!
good stuff, new jobs for York...no matter how low paid its a start for people. Crack on and get it built! YorkStone
  • Score: -10

12:44pm Mon 1 Sep 14

munstombo says...

yorkstone your not wrong but more should be done to find occupiers who offer higher pay and healthy options. kentucky plus two mcds in such short time. york aka fast food city.
yorkstone your not wrong but more should be done to find occupiers who offer higher pay and healthy options. kentucky plus two mcds in such short time. york aka fast food city. munstombo
  • Score: 4

12:55pm Mon 1 Sep 14

ouseswimmer says...

This is now an incredibly dangerous junction since the 'improvements' The filter lane when turning left towards York suddenly ends instead of filtering. I expect lots of accidents here and this development will only make it worse.
This is now an incredibly dangerous junction since the 'improvements' The filter lane when turning left towards York suddenly ends instead of filtering. I expect lots of accidents here and this development will only make it worse. ouseswimmer
  • Score: 21

1:51pm Mon 1 Sep 14

Jalymo says...

More suitable for a motorway, than our little by-pass.
More suitable for a motorway, than our little by-pass. Jalymo
  • Score: 13

3:51pm Mon 1 Sep 14

Garrowby Turnoff says...

They're half way through constructing a MacDonald's Drive Through round the back of Monks X next to Pear Tree Farm which is another diet wrecking food hall.
They're half way through constructing a MacDonald's Drive Through round the back of Monks X next to Pear Tree Farm which is another diet wrecking food hall. Garrowby Turnoff
  • Score: 11

3:59pm Mon 1 Sep 14

Garrowby Turnoff says...

pedalling paul wrote:
smudge2 wrote:
pedalling paul wrote:
Difficult to resist Planning Applications in the present absence of an approved Local Development Framework........
Ok Paul....anything constructive to say or just your usual planning drivel talk....Do you really know ??
I note that the next Local Plan working group meeting is on Sept. 18th (unless cancelled like several past meetings!) But it seems to me that every time a set of draft policy documents are circulated, every local nimby pops out of the woodwork to moan about new housing sites, and new industry sites and so forth, which are nominated for their doorsteps.
It should not be forgotten that we almost achieved an LDF a few years ago, until the commercially driven new stadium development drove a horse and cart through it. Now we are set back by a good few years.
What you refer to as "planning drivel talk" is a series of hoops that every Local Authority in the country must go through.
Paul, how's development plans going on that unused bit of cycle track on the A1237 from Clifton Moor to the Haxby roundabout? Last time I drove by the tumblweed was blowing fast and there appears to be cracking on the surface. Must have been built by cheapjacks selected using the procurement policy hymn sheet CoYC always sing from.
[quote][p][bold]pedalling paul [/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smudge2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pedalling paul [/bold] wrote: Difficult to resist Planning Applications in the present absence of an approved Local Development Framework........[/p][/quote]Ok Paul....anything constructive to say or just your usual planning drivel talk....Do you really know ??[/p][/quote]I note that the next Local Plan working group meeting is on Sept. 18th (unless cancelled like several past meetings!) But it seems to me that every time a set of draft policy documents are circulated, every local nimby pops out of the woodwork to moan about new housing sites, and new industry sites and so forth, which are nominated for their doorsteps. It should not be forgotten that we almost achieved an LDF a few years ago, until the commercially driven new stadium development drove a horse and cart through it. Now we are set back by a good few years. What you refer to as "planning drivel talk" is a series of hoops that every Local Authority in the country must go through.[/p][/quote]Paul, how's development plans going on that unused bit of cycle track on the A1237 from Clifton Moor to the Haxby roundabout? Last time I drove by the tumblweed was blowing fast and there appears to be cracking on the surface. Must have been built by cheapjacks selected using the procurement policy hymn sheet CoYC always sing from. Garrowby Turnoff
  • Score: 20

4:00pm Mon 1 Sep 14

non pedalling pete says...

KevinWard59 wrote:
KevinWard59 wrote:
again wrote:
So that's an M&S 'Simply Food' store and a Big Mac 'I Can't Believe It's Not Food' store. Caters for all tastes, shapes and sizes.
Don't forget M & S managed to obtain permission to knock down a 13/14/18th century building (memory failure) to build their loading bay on pavement.

No mean feat and un achievable by anyone else in your EVER.
YORK not your -stupid iPad.

Wouldn't happen in laptop but just servicing and removing 371 PUPS.
I remember it was a Whittakers Bakery shop and my aunt worked there about 1960.My dad used to go there after shopping at the Parliament street market (KEEP IT THERE)and Rowntrees in Pavement on Saturday afternoon.
[quote][p][bold]KevinWard59[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KevinWard59[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]again[/bold] wrote: So that's an M&S 'Simply Food' store and a Big Mac 'I Can't Believe It's Not Food' store. Caters for all tastes, shapes and sizes.[/p][/quote]Don't forget M & S managed to obtain permission to knock down a 13/14/18th century building (memory failure) to build their loading bay on pavement. No mean feat and un achievable by anyone else in your EVER.[/p][/quote]YORK not your -stupid iPad. Wouldn't happen in laptop but just servicing and removing 371 PUPS.[/p][/quote]I remember it was a Whittakers Bakery shop and my aunt worked there about 1960.My dad used to go there after shopping at the Parliament street market (KEEP IT THERE)and Rowntrees in Pavement on Saturday afternoon. non pedalling pete
  • Score: 5

7:16pm Mon 1 Sep 14

Eborwatch says...

I am not concerned about the proposed development of this site. What does concern me is the road layout and flow when travelling from Boroughbridge Road (City side) and the A1237 towards Clifton. I have been cut off twice and had to dodge a number of vehicles changing lanes inappropriately. How long before a serious accident? Is anyone, in authority, monitoring the new layout and, if so, will the results be published? What do our local councillors have to say about it? They must be receiving feedback.
I am not concerned about the proposed development of this site. What does concern me is the road layout and flow when travelling from Boroughbridge Road (City side) and the A1237 towards Clifton. I have been cut off twice and had to dodge a number of vehicles changing lanes inappropriately. How long before a serious accident? Is anyone, in authority, monitoring the new layout and, if so, will the results be published? What do our local councillors have to say about it? They must be receiving feedback. Eborwatch
  • Score: 12

8:19pm Mon 1 Sep 14

Jonlogical says...

Just what we need. That gives us a whole new litter route, the morons will be disposing of McDonalds detritus on the A59 around the Green Hammerton area. I believe that is Harrogate's responsibility to clean up.
Just what we need. That gives us a whole new litter route, the morons will be disposing of McDonalds detritus on the A59 around the Green Hammerton area. I believe that is Harrogate's responsibility to clean up. Jonlogical
  • Score: 16

8:51pm Mon 1 Sep 14

Pinza-C55 says...

Is it "sustainable" ha ha ha !
Is it "sustainable" ha ha ha ! Pinza-C55
  • Score: 3

9:36pm Mon 1 Sep 14

Mr John says...

Describing McDonalds as a restaurant sounds a bit generous - it's just an overpriced burger bar!
Describing McDonalds as a restaurant sounds a bit generous - it's just an overpriced burger bar! Mr John
  • Score: 9

10:18pm Mon 1 Sep 14

Jack Ham says...

Wow. More traffic, more fat folk and more crap jobs.

Labours vision for a vibrant and regenerated York? Labour following a robust strategy for regeneration and public health?

Hmmmmm...
Wow. More traffic, more fat folk and more crap jobs. Labours vision for a vibrant and regenerated York? Labour following a robust strategy for regeneration and public health? Hmmmmm... Jack Ham
  • Score: -17

11:07pm Mon 1 Sep 14

deckhanddave says...

That A59 roundabout is lethal! It scares the cra* out of ,me. Come from Beckfield lane end and go right to Clifton Moor. You get no time to reposition before you are getting forced into the outside filter lane toward Clifton, whilst traffic from the A59 hurtles out & into the left lane taking advantage of a gap, to suddenly converge in one mass. It was far better before the 'Improvements'. I just love those 'two into one will go' filters.
That A59 roundabout is lethal! It scares the cra* out of ,me. Come from Beckfield lane end and go right to Clifton Moor. You get no time to reposition before you are getting forced into the outside filter lane toward Clifton, whilst traffic from the A59 hurtles out & into the left lane taking advantage of a gap, to suddenly converge in one mass. It was far better before the 'Improvements'. I just love those 'two into one will go' filters. deckhanddave
  • Score: 7

11:42pm Mon 1 Sep 14

aj3000 says...

If you are turning right from Beckfield Lane end towards Clifton you should be coming off in the right hand lane and merging in turn at the end of the filter lane.
If you are turning right from Beckfield Lane end towards Clifton you should be coming off in the right hand lane and merging in turn at the end of the filter lane. aj3000
  • Score: -4

2:12pm Tue 2 Sep 14

Poppletool says...

The Independent online reported on 6th August 2013 that McDonald's has admitted that up to 90 per cent of its UK employees are on zero-hour contracts. The admission indicated that it is potentially the largest zero-hour employer in the UK's private sector, with 82,800 contracted staff not guaranteed work or a stable income.

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The Independent online reported on 6th August 2013 that McDonald's has admitted that up to 90 per cent of its UK employees are on zero-hour contracts. The admission indicated that it is potentially the largest zero-hour employer in the UK's private sector, with 82,800 contracted staff not guaranteed work or a stable income. http://www.ethicalco nsumer.org/corporate news/storyoftheday/t abid/1598/entryid/13 66/mcdonalds-admits- over-90-of-staff-on- zero-hour-contracts. aspx Poppletool
  • Score: 3

7:01am Wed 3 Sep 14

Yellow46! says...

By Heck YCC really have got it in for the residents on the roundabout on the A59...More Noise dust muck and probably sleep deprivation if the builders don't meet there dead line for completion...Nice huge signs its York not New York !!!
By Heck YCC really have got it in for the residents on the roundabout on the A59...More Noise dust muck and probably sleep deprivation if the builders don't meet there dead line for completion...Nice huge signs its York not New York !!! Yellow46!
  • Score: 3

8:28am Wed 3 Sep 14

acombite says...

Personally I can't really see the problem. MacDonald's are everywhere, they don't cause any "massive" traffic problems st CliftonvMoor. As for the new roundabout, I think its made a massive improvement
Personally I can't really see the problem. MacDonald's are everywhere, they don't cause any "massive" traffic problems st CliftonvMoor. As for the new roundabout, I think its made a massive improvement acombite
  • Score: 1

12:34pm Fri 5 Sep 14

holden79 says...

pedalling paul wrote:
Difficult to resist Planning Applications in the present absence of an approved Local Development Framework........
Actually I think you'll find reference to this was made in the Regional Multi-Dispersal Development Fund's manifesto at the Yorkshire Transport Planning & Regional Framework Committee last year.

But in the absence of a Local Community Transport Management Actuation Enhancement Plan we can only fall back on the usual European Regional Interoperability Community Framework Plan which let's face it, has holes all over it.

I'm still waiting for York to catch up with the rest of the UK and formalise its Central Urban Multi-Modal Integration Planning Framework - until then it's all just hot air, trust me.
[quote][p][bold]pedalling paul [/bold] wrote: Difficult to resist Planning Applications in the present absence of an approved Local Development Framework........[/p][/quote]Actually I think you'll find reference to this was made in the Regional Multi-Dispersal Development Fund's manifesto at the Yorkshire Transport Planning & Regional Framework Committee last year. But in the absence of a Local Community Transport Management Actuation Enhancement Plan we can only fall back on the usual European Regional Interoperability Community Framework Plan which let's face it, has holes all over it. I'm still waiting for York to catch up with the rest of the UK and formalise its Central Urban Multi-Modal Integration Planning Framework - until then it's all just hot air, trust me. holden79
  • Score: 0

9:59pm Sat 6 Sep 14

phillmarley says...

So on one hand you have affluent people going into Marks and Spencer's for quality groceries and on the other side of the fence you have chav's pulling up in small cars with amplified exhausts for a Big Mac meal.......
So on one hand you have affluent people going into Marks and Spencer's for quality groceries and on the other side of the fence you have chav's pulling up in small cars with amplified exhausts for a Big Mac meal....... phillmarley
  • Score: 1
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