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Having seen what they have done in Filey, it has generated extra business to this town which is similar in size to Holmfirth with little impact to locals through extra traffic.
Her next door neighbour Simon Farr added: "There is only one road in and out of the estate and the extra traffic will endanger children as well as creating dust and noise.
The rush of extra traffic quickly overwhelmed the road network.
First of all, the nightmare that is the M50 must be upgraded to cope with the extra traffic.
The club wants 450 homes to be built on the site, but locals are worried about extra traffic and flood and sewerage problems.
Any finished road "improvements" - for example, along Tithebarn Street - seem to have simply made traffic flow worse with complicated road signings, extra traffic lights and a two way flow that is usually empty in one direction.
We would get extra traffic and there would be a lot of noise down the street.
But all lie near the A19 and A1 where Highways Agency chiefs are worried about extra traffic on the road.