Hospital and shops

My opinion and many others all you have to do is publicly ask residents of Scunthorpe and they will tell you the high street is dead bring to the town a outlet like York or Sheffield or hull a real out let with branded shops like Hugo boss and vivianwestwood and flannels this should be located on the Sawcliffe ind estate like original plans help make Scunthorpe great we don’t want pound shops and low budget sports shops we want designer shops real ones and also there is enough room for a new hospital and plenty of parking on the land it’s a massive plot of land that urges attention for development make Scunthorpe great me and everyone I know go to hull York Doncaster Sheffield even London and Manchester to go cloth shopping because we have nothing then one else this is done focus on the high street restaurant and bars not night clubs wine bars cocktail bars grill houses Italian Chinese Indian Thai real British restaurants as well like the old buccaneer was the town has potential help

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2 comments on “Hospital and shops

  1. Years ago I used to enjoy shopping in Scunthorpe town & market but dread the place now. The town centre is dirty, full of mainly males sitting around on the seats & several beggars & all in all I don’t feel safe there anymore.
    I would prefer to see less seating or smaller sized seats for maybe two persons, no betting/gambling shops, more shops operated by smaller companies but also a return of other popular shops that left. No more retail parks because they have been the demise of the town centre.

    RE The hospital. I would like to see a well illuminated, CCT operated multi story car park built adjacent to the hospital because again I never feel safe using the one down in the pits.

  2. i hope that the plans for the new HOSPITAL include better parking facilities for all catergories as the present ones are rubbish.

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