Clowes Westerman is proposing a scheme to regenerate land on Nottingham Road as a 'Gateway' to Ripley.
- A new access road with a re-located roundabout providing the first phase of a new A610 link road between Ripley and Langley Mill
- Relocating and enhancing existing park and playing fields to adjacent land
- A residential development of the land currently earmarked for industrial use - this would replace the existing planning permission for an industrial park
- An 'eco' superstore that is compatible with its surroundings
Also included in the proposal is the enhancement of existing park and playing facilities on Nottingham Road.
As part of the Ripley Gateway Scheme, Clowes Westerman is looking at the development of other sports facilities in the town at Pit Top on Peasehill Road
If the scheme goes ahead, the Pit Top area on Peasehill Road would become a permanent home for local clubs such as Ripley Town FC and provide training pitches, a club house and a covered spectators area.
What is an 'eco superstore'