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Land next to a new housing estate near Netherfield could soon become home to a popular discount supermarket chain.

Aldi have submitted plans for a new supermarket on land at Teal Close.

The proposals have been submitted by Pegasus Planning Group on behalf of the supermarket giant.

They request permission to construct a retail store (Class E) with associated car parking, landscaping and other infrastructure.

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PICTURED: The proposed site for a new Aldi (in red) off Colwick Loop Road
Rivendell sign

The planned car park will have 104 spaces available for parking.

Customers would access the site from Magenta Way off Colwick Loop Road and would lie next to the recently created Rivendell estate.

The plans have been submitted and a decision is expected on May 12 from Gedling Borough Council’s planning committee.

Gedling Eye has approached Aldi for a comment.

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  1. Budget supermarket for a budget estate in Rivenhell. It will fit in with the unruly kids trying to get themselves run over Cuprinol man and the rest who bought a house on a building site and then moan about living on a building site. Get what you pay for. Glorified Netherfield.

  2. Seems like there’ll be queuing traffic again like the retail park, looking at the outline of where they are planning it. They always put the entrance close to, or just off the main roads, which then causes a back log of traffic because it’s a single lane into these places, or the traffic light phasing is all wrong.

    Patio doors, remember, Severn Trent used to pump our bodily waste onto that land as slurry via the large bore pipes that used to stick up from that ground. The fields also used to flood due to the high water table, so you never know, some of it might just slip slide away………

  3. Entrance & exits seriously need looking at. The retail park is horrendous at peak time especially when people want MacDonalds the tailback from there is a nightmare. Council seriously need to try and alter that junction or put another entrance/ exit somewhere.

    • Not sure why the people of Burton Joyce are obsessed with this housing development.
      It hasn’t flooded for about 100 years.
      Get over it.

  4. Gedling council don’t really care about the people living around the area or the wildlife the have destroyed. Council are also contributing to air pollution. Look at the traffic at weekend trying to cue up getting into the retail park .
    Gedling borough are sole responsible for damaging the area selling of the land .


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