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Since planning permission was given to the Smithfield scheme, two other super¬ market projects have been given the go-ahead by planners.
The new Aldi store on Shrewsbury Road is now open and has created 30 jobs and fellow discount retailer Lidl has been given per¬ mission to open a store in Victoria Road.
“Agreement has now been reached on the pro¬ cess for re-valuation of the site and that work will progress immediately with the request for an early report to the council.” He stressed that the council would retain all the money it had received as part of the original scheme - £3 million.
Mrs Davies said: “The emergency services, the neighbours and the insurance company have been fantastic.” EDUCATION Parents delighted after village school's future is secured CAMPAIGNING parents are celebrat¬ ing after it was announced that a village school which was facing closure as part of a multi-million pound superschool pro¬ ject has been saved from the axe.
COM 60P WHERE SOLD FRESH HOPE FOR SMITHFIELD SITE Report by Sue Austin _ FRESH hope that a multi-mil- lion pound leisure and retail site in Oswestry will soon be developed has emerged from behind-the-scenes talks be¬ tween partners in the project.
But the £45 million scheme, which promised hundreds of jobs, stalled in the economic down¬ turn.
Then the water began seeping through the foot well.” Mrs Davies said she was worried that if the three of them stepped out into the water they could be swept away.
She added: “I rang 999 and asked for help from the fire service.
Meanwhile, in a separate development, plan¬ ning permission has been granted for a Coun¬ trywide store on the Oswestry Gateway business park, on the eastern edge of the town.