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Derby City Council planning officers are recommending that a scheme for offices, houses and a Morrisons supermarket on the London Road site be given the go ahead by councillors.
The council's planning report includes feedback from police about the number of routes linking the site to Osmaston Road and London Road. They argue this provided "easy searching opportunities for crime and easy and numerous escape routes, which will make policing of the development difficult".
Planners reported: "The loss of a number of locally important buildings raises significant concern".
In response, a council spokeswoman says the concerns will be considered in more detail if outline planning permission is granted and the developers apply for full planning permission.
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The rest of the space would be given up to a supermarket and car park, terraced houses, sheltered apartments for older people and offices.
CONCERNS about rising crime and the destruction of important buildings have been prompted by the planned development of the former Derbyshire Royal Infirmary site.
And council officers say permission should only be given if developers agree to further investigations before the demolition of parts of the 19th century hospital are approved.
The report also states that the opening of Morrisons would lead to food shops in the city centre losing up to million a year and other retailers around million, a year, including a reduced footfall in the Cathedral Quarter.
do not bypass the Cathedral Quarter.
Police recommend that there be just one central boulevard and "extensive" CCTV coverage.
All these issues have been raised in official documents which are due to go before the city council's planning committee on Thursday.
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The plans also detailed how parts of the hospital, such as the towers with the "onion domes", would remain, while other buildings such as Devonshire House would be demolished.
Proposals for a further two supermarkets just outside the city centre are to be considered by the city council shortly.
would remain at the south end of the site.
She said: "It is often a challenge in the planning process to balance the concerns of certain groups such as the police with urban design objectives which seek to maintain pedestrian and cycleway links and connections."
They also acknowledge the city centre would lose millions of pounds a year in trade to the new supermarket, but say this would be outweighed by its benefits.
"Since when has Derby ever been bothered about demolishing part of its history?"
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They go on to argue that this would be outweighed by the supermarket's benefits, including increased choice for shoppers, hundreds of extra jobs and regeneration of the area.
Councillors have been advised to agree to the overall plans on the condition the historical importance of the buildings is investigated prior to work being approved.
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In a planning report, city council officers said there was a "potential minimum trade diversion from city centre of per annum, although this could be between and 192 makes a very good point about Morrisons using existing buildings, as the site they have plans for is Devonshire House; buildings that are on the local list of "buildings of historical significance". This is not the same as a Grade ii listing but it does mean that the buildings are an important part of Derby's heritage.
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