Campaigning to curb supermarket power

Chase Side, Enfield

An application for a Sainsbury's supermarket and 16 flats in Chase Side, Enfield has been submitted but faces local opposition amid concerns it would put small traders out of business. Over 50 people protested against this proposal outside the civic centre and over 400 names have been collected on a petition.

 

London
United Kingdom
51° 39' 12.87" N, 0° 4' 56.6292" W
London GB

Campaign Updates
Chase Side, Enfield

18 January 2012
Neighbourhood Plan

Campaigners announced that they want to form a Neighbourhood Development Plan, one of the planning reforms being brought in under the Localism Bill, and are looking for 600 more signatures. The idea to form the plan came after the group set about opposing a planning application for a new supermarket along Chase Side. 

25 February 2010
Application Withdrawn

 The developer was Andrew Nicholas the Enfield North Conservative Association Chairman. The Association was actively opposing the application and delivered 900 leaflets to householders.