Scunthorpe M&S retail park planning application change
The firm behind the proposed M&S retail park in Scunthorpe has applied to change a condition of its planning permission.
Simons Developments is looking to create the park, which will include Marks & Spencer and Debenhams.
North Lincolnshire Council awarded planning permission for the project in March.
This came on the condition no more than five per cent of the trading space was used for selling convenience goods.
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Councillors imposed the condition to limit the adverse impact on Scunthorpe town centre.
But Simons officials have now applied for the change so retailers other than M&S can stock a small range of convenience goods, including sandwiches and confectionery.
This would ensure they would not be in breach of the planning permission.
The council's decision to grant planning permission for the retail park is currently subject to a judicial review, which will be heard in Leeds next month.
The application to change the condition is set to be determined by February 7.