WITH the recent problems on Riverside Retail Park, it poses a number of questions (Warrington Guardian, March 5).

People were queueing for more than an hour to leave when the new B&M opened.

While those problems are mirrored at places like Gemini, Morrisons in Wilderspool and Cockhedge.

All we get told about potential new developments in Warrington is don’t worry about traffic because we will get the infrastructure right.

But the evidence is quite the opposite in Warrington.

Shops and retail parks have been built and opened when the surrounding infrastructure is clearly not right.

So why should we believe anything will be different in future?