People living near Newcourt Way in Exeter will have to have their gas shut off after the network was damaged by workers on a new Ikea store.Read the full story ›
Work is due to start on Exeter's new IKEA store, which is due to open in summer 2018 providing hundreds of jobsRead the full story ›
The Swedish furniture giant is looking to build a new superstore in Exeter, filling one of the black-spots in its UK footprint.Read the full story ›
Exeter's city centre manager John Harvey says he believes the plan for Ikea for Exeter is another indication of how the city is going from strength to strength in attracting investment.
He told Richard Lawrence that he believes it will add to the area's economy.
Exeter City Council has tonight voted to allow Ikea to build a huge new superstore near the M5, creating 380 jobs.
It would be the only Ikea in the West country and further cement Exeter's position as our region's leading shopping location. Here's Richard Lawrence's report.
Exeter City Council will decide today if a new Ikea store can be built in the city.
The Swedish furniture company says it will create 380 new jobs, and attract 400,000 shoppers a year. It's planned to be built just off the M5 at junction 30 near Sandy Park.
If it's approved, it's hoped it will cement Exeter's reputation as a shopping destination.
Swedish furniture firm IKEA is expected to be given approval on Monday for a store in Exeter.Read the full story ›
Plans for a first Ikea store in the West Country have been submitted to Exeter City Council.
The popular Swedish furniture chain wants to begin a £60 million development in the city which could provide up to 500 jobs.
Plans for a possible new Ikea store in Exeter go on show today.
They'll be on display for a public consultation at Sandy Park. As well as a giant superstore, the Swedish furniture company proposes to build more than 200 new homes on the site next to the Exeter Chiefs' Rugby Stadium.
It's been revealed that the Swedish furniture firm, Ikea is planning more than 200 new homes as part of its proposal for a new store in Exeter.
Plans for the giant store and the new houses will shortly go on display and local people will be able to have their say.
Duncan Sleightholme has been looking at the impact it could have on the city.