Planners veto new sign for supermarket

A supermarket giant has been denied an application for illuminated signs at its planned new store in Walmersley.

Members of the local councilís signage committee agreed with the local residents, who had complained about the illuminated signs.

The supermarket's application related to its new "Open All Hours" store, which had been granted planning permission in 2008 but has yet to be built.

The committee did, however, grant permission for two illuminated fascia signs, four a boards, some window graphics, three magnetic signs and some banners.

Residents called for foliage to be grown to screen the view from their houses.

Meanwhile, the committee rejected two illuminates signs at Ladystones, in Wash Road, Irwell Vale, but approved three illuminated fascia signs and two vehicle wraps.

Manager John Merton said they needed the illuminated signs to promote the business.

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