By Victoria Prest in The Press.
A massive supermarket plan for York has been abandoned, after a row over restricted delivery hours that the company said were simply unworkable.
Sainsbury’s has dropped plans to convert the B & Q on Hull Road into a 60,000 sq ft supermarket.
Plans for the conversion were revealed 2013, and planning permission was granted in January 2015, but on Tuesday a spokesman for the supermarket giant confirmed the scheme has been scrapped.
He said: “We can confirm that we will no longer be proceeding with our plans to open a Sainsbury’s at the B&Q, Hull Road, in York.
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