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  1. The development would create up to 50 new jobs if given the go ahead and bring almost two acres of derelict land back into use. It could also boost the city’s economy as Aldi seeks to work with local suppliers for products such as bread and dairy, and sources as many other products from British producers as possible. City Mayor Paul Dennett welcomed the application and said it could bring significant investment to the area, now known as Salford Gateway. Plans for the 1.79 acre site show a 1,786 square metre building, fronting onto Stadium Way and new access road from Stadium Way. It will have 115 car parking spaces, parking for bikes and motorbikes and will be easy to reach via public transport, pedestrian and cycle routes. The site will be landscaped with shrubs and trees and deliveries will be timed to avoid both the morning and afternoon rush hour. Stuart Parks, Regional Property Director from Aldi said:
  2. A petition on change.org is asking Salfordian's to sign it and get behind a push to try and prevent the club from changing its name by dropping the Salford in favour of Manchester. The club has not made any official statement regarding a name change but rumour is rife that a recent fact finding survey is looking into the possibility of reaching out to other areas within Greater Manchester in order to bolster dwindling support for the club. The petition is linked bellow so please feel free to sign it.


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