Iconic nineteenth century boozer torn down as locals fume over new mega Greggs

An iconic native pub constructed within the nineteenth century has been torn right down to make means for a large Greggs drive-through – and locals are fuming over it.

The previous Farmers Arms pub in Stockport, Greater Manchester is being knocked right down to make room for a brand new drive-through Greggs. Despite the pub closing in the course of the first Covid lockdown with out ever re-opening, it stays an iconic landmark within the space.

Locals are raging over it, and have been since plans to demolish it and change it with a Greggs have been accredited final September.

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It's coming down . . .
It’s coming down . . .

Concerns ranged from worries over elevated site visitors, to a scarcity of wholesome meals choices, and the lack of a historic web site.

Chair Coun Steve Gribbon stated: “I know the area well enough and I don’t like the idea of this, but we have to look at the material considerations of the application” as they have been waved by, the MEN reviews.

The brewery revealed that the positioning had develop into a goal for vandals and that the brand new eatery would create 35 new jobs and “return it to a ‘vibrant and beneficial use'”.

Sadly for the raging locals, demolition work has now began, with some areas of the long-lasting constructing already torn down with piles of rubble seen. It isn’t but recognized when work on the brand new Greggs constructing will begin or its anticipated opening date.

. . . and a Greggs will go in its place
. . . and a Greggs will go as a replacement

Stockport’s director of public well being warned in a report that the positioning will serve “predominantly high calorie food of low nutritional value”.

Councillor David Meller, chief of Stockport Labour Group, stated: “I am rather disappointed by this decision, namely because of the potential impact on the local highway. While it isn’t out preferred use of the site – we would much rather see housing on there – it will at least ensure the derelict Farmers Arms is knocked down and replaced.”

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