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Photo #187693

[Image taken 13.11.22] Co-op, Campleshon Road junction with Clock Tower Way, view from Joseph Terry Grove, York. Part of The Chocolate Works (, the former Terry’s factory site. Co-op ( opened 21.10.22. Press release: Note the “customer car parking”. There are two disabled spaces and 8 non-defined car parking spaces. There’s no cycle parking. A member of staff arrived on his very chunky cycle. He said staff put their cycles "in the store room”. Another member of staff came out to meet the first one. She said Co-op knows cycle parking is needed; that there was cycle parking in the planning application; and it's now with CYC to resolve. This document has a note “Cycle parking to be moved.” p2 of shows the racks in their current location. It looks as if the planning application is 14/01716/FULM: “Erection of 229 dwellings comprising 79 houses and 150 apartments in six no. blocks with associated infrastructure (Phase 2)” and “Application Received Tue 22 Jul 2014”. But I could not find which block Hallmark House is/was to find more detail. There's no provision for food/grocery collection couriers to be able to secure their cycles - two wheel (conventional designs) or cargo rigs - while they pick up orders. Other images this subject here today: #187694, #187695, #187696, #187697, #187698, #187699, #187700, #187702, #187703. Other image today and links: #187688.

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