Disruptive proposition for another Lidl store in Gloucestershire will be bantered by the board before a choice will be made for the current week.
Whenever endorsed, Lidl would crush five units at Charlton Lords Business Park in Cirencester Street, Cheltenham, for the grocery store to utilize.
The organization says it is focused on putting resources into Cheltenham and is quick to construct the new 19,741sqft store at the earliest opportunity.
Nearby inhabitants are separated with regards to the presentation of new grocery store nearby, with in excess of 850 individuals remarking on the plans.
The plan will be bantered on October 14.
The greater part of the individuals who remarked - 435 - say they go against the plan as they feel there is no requirement for another food store in Charlton Lords. There are likewise worries about clamor and light contamination.
In any case, 407 individuals have shown their help for the plans and arranging officials have suggested them for endorsement.
Precinct councilors will settle on a choice on the plans this week after Cllr Steve Harvey and Cllr Angie Boyes - who both address Charlton Park - alluded the proposition to the arranging advisory group in the wake of developing worries about the effect on local people.
Cllr Matt Babbage - who addresses Battledown - likewise required the arrangement to be considered by the advisory group.
Charlton Rulers Area Committee, the City Society, and the Planners Board have all had a problem with the proposition.