Supermarket developers told to pay £750,000

Developers are being asked to pay out more than £750,000 to get the go-ahead for a new supermarket complex in Telford town centre, it was revealed today.

Developers are being asked to pay out more than £750,000 to get the go-ahead for a new supermarket complex in Telford town centre, it was revealed today.

Telford & Wrekin Council's plans board is being recommended to grant outline permission for the proposed £30 million supermarket on Red Oak Car Park.

The scheme includes the building of associated shops or offices but the councillors are being asked to impose a condition that developers Hark contribute £658,675 towards major highways works in connection with the project.