Planning permission for new Nisa shop on Potter Street set to return to council committee
News / Wed 28th Jun 2023 at 07:19am
PLANNING permission for a new Nisa shop in Potter Street is set to go in front of Harlow Council’s planning committee again.
The matter was deferred at May’s meeting.
Although the shop is up and running, the permission relates to a number of building aspects.
External works (part implemented) consisting of partial demolition and realignment of south elevation with insertion of 2 new windows and new door, new sliding entrance doors and new window to west (front) elevation, internal blocking up of some windows, these works to facilitate change of use within Use Class E to a supermarket and office spaces. New side access and rear car parking area created.
Full details of the application are below.
The committee sits on Wednesday July 5th.
Lovely family run shop, so glad it's there easier to get to being disabled.
Lovely shop - I can fill my belly up on the way home from work .
This is a wonderful local shop for the Potter Street and surrounding vicinity which stocks a vast amount of essential groceries, fruit and veg and all those necessities in a extremely convenient location. The owners are wonderful, and a credit to the community. Wish them the very best in their planning application and wholeheartedly am for the expansion of this great convenience store. (a harlow common/hastingwood resident)
This store is, by far, way, way too expensive. This is Potter Street, Harlow, not Knightsbridge High Street, London!
This is what we needed in potter street, why are you preventing it