A supermarket giant is to hold a public consultation over revised proposals for a new store in Leeds.
Morrisons is preparing a revised scheme for a foodstore in the centre of Chapel Allerton, on Harrogate Road, creating up to 100 jobs.
Last year more than 100 people attended a public meeting following concerns about an increase in traffic and congestion, after initial plans were publicised.
Residents also expressed concern about too many foodstores in a small shopping community, alongside shops and restaurants.
It wants to open the 10,000 sq feet store on the vacant former Allerton House site, on Harrogate Road, in the heart of Chapel Allerton.
The Co-op operates a main store in the leafy suburb and a Tesco Express is at Harrogate Road, as part of a nearby petrol station. Lidl is also nearby, further down Harrogate Road.
There is now two layouts being considered under new plans being submitted to Leeds City Council. Following news of the revised plans, Morrisons has announced it is holding a public exhibition to bring the local community up to date with the latest proposals.
The event will take place at Chapel Allerton Methodist Church, Town Street, Chapel Allerton on:
* Friday January 25 from 11am–7.30pm
* Saturday January 26 from 10.30am–2pm
Morrisons development executive Andrew Cooper, said: “We are delighted to have the opportunity to show our revised plans following feedback from local residents and Leeds City Council last year. We hope for a good turnout at the event as we are interested to hear what local people think of our proposals.”
Full details of the proposals, including plans and computer-generated images, will be on display.
Representatives from Morrisons will be on hand to discuss the proposal and answer any questions.