Notes Worksop is the largest town in the Bassetlaw District of Nottinghamshire and is the top retail destination in the District which has an estimated population in 2015 of 114,000. The nearest major urban centres are Sheffield approximately 19 miles / 40 minutes to the North West and Nottingham approx 35 miles / 56 minutes South. Within a 10 minute radius of the town centre of Worksop there is a population of 332,000. The district population is forecast to grow over the period 2016-21. Major private employers in Worksop include the Headquarters and National Distribution Warehouse for Wilko with Premier Foods, Greencore, RDS Transport, B&Q and Pandrol alsolocated in the vicinity. Major Public Sector employers in Worksop are the NHS at Bassetlaw Hospital (Blyth Rd), Bassetlaw District Council (Queens House, Potter Street) and the Education Sector Worksop College Campus (Carlton Road). The scheme is located to the north of the town centre opposite North Notts College Campus with its population of 1,300 full time, 8,000 part time students and 500 employees. The scheme overlooks the busy junction of Carlton Road, Blyth Road and the A60 which has an annual average daily flow on the A60 north of the junction of approx 6,137*. The junction of Carlton Road, Blyth Road and Turner Road is a gateway Junction in north Worksop. From it the main A60 arterial road travels north though the residential area of Gateford Hill with Blyth Road traveling north east past Bassetlaw Hospital and the residential area of Sunnyside. *Taken from Department for Transport web site. The counter is located north of the junction. A detailed planning application has been submitted which is expected to be determined by September 2017. Start on site early 2018 with planned open to trade pre Christmas 2018.