One of Britain’s biggest car dealers says it is “developing a solution” aimed at ensuring its plans for Derby’s former Cattle Market get the go-ahead. Last week, it emerged Inchcape’s planning application for a Jaguar Land Rover dealership was in danger of being rejected over flooding concerns. Concerns were first raised by the Environment Agency in March. In a letter to planning chiefs, the public body argued the dealership could end up under two metres of water in a “one in 100-year” flooding scenario. Architects subsequently tweaked the plans, but the Environment Agency remains unhappy with the proposals. Inchcape initially declined to comment on the situation. However, the company now says it is confident it will secure planning permission. A spokeswoman said: “We are developing a solution to the flood risk issue identified which we are confident will be acceptable to the Environment Agency therefore enabling the planning application made to Derby City Council to be approved. “As soon as planning is in place we will be progressing with our plans to build a new Jaguar Land Rover Retail Centre on this site with all the attendant benefits for our customers and employees. “This will combine our existing sites in… Read full this story
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