A Planning application has been submitted by Lidl UK to construct a new store off the A429 (Malmesbury by-pass).

Although the application is over the Parish boundary in Malmesbury St Paul Without Parish, Wiltshire Council (the Planning Authority) have decided to consult with the Town Council as the application could potentially have an impact on the Town.

The Town Council is due to consider the application at a meeting of the Planning & Environment Committee on 20th March (7pm in the Town Hall). Please note; whilst residents are very welcome to attend the meeting, please be aware that space will be limited.

Also due to the application's complexity, the Town Council is unlikely to arrive at a decision at this meeting.

The Town Council (& local residents) have until 12th April to submit comments.

To view the application and all other documents associated with the application, please click here.

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