Giant store will not bring infrastructure Sleaford requires
SO, according to 'Tesco Champion' RD Gregory, the superstore is obliged to fund a new road merely as a condition of approval for locating at the former 'Advanta factory'.
A site with an existing access road which I'm informed they originally acquired plus another local place for quite different commercial reasons.
Shareholders would now regard it a poor deal, if unlike their usual practice, they failed to encourage all through traffic to stream by their store.
He also emphasises that the 'level crossing' closures inordinately affect the flow of traffic, but as townsfolk are well aware the 'traffic tailbacks' up Southgate and along Boston Road are really handicapped by the situation of the 'Handley Monument' and vehicles attempting to enter the latter road from Carre Street.
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Just stand there every day to see it yourself. It's very high-handed of him to infer that "If you cannot walk over a modern footbridge, you probably need to travel by other means that get you there by a free flowing route".
I would contend that with one cranked and elongated re-routed southern approach into town, plus all the additional sets of traffic lights, the new route would be anything but free flowing.
With many others, I'm well aware that full restoration of the 'Maltings' requires a tranche of different investors who are stipulating that the superstore scheme should kick start the 20 year growth project, but the sudden dash to put them into a position of trading dominance, can only be detrimental to small scale traders and their employees.
A giant store plus its access road doesn't of itself produce unbiased infrastructure gains.