The Driffield Cattle Market Company has now officially applied for planning permission to build a supermarket on land off Eastgate South.
The application has been submitted to the East Riding of Yorkshire Council, which has written to residents in the area to ask for their views.
As previously reported, permission was granted several years ago to build on the site. The original proposals also included shops, community facilities, houses and apartments which are thought by the cattle market company to be no longer economically viable.
The latest application is for a foodstore only, with associated means of access, servicing, car parking and landscaping following demolition of existing buildings.
The application is for Full Planning Permission and will be discussed by the Driffield town council at its April meeting which will make a recommendation to ERYC, whose members will make the fonal decision.
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