Campaigning to curb supermarket power

Bedfordshire

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Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire

Tesco applied to expand its existing store on Vimy Road, Linslade by demolishing the Homebase store next door. These plans were approved in December 2010 

In February 2011, Tesco applied to extend the store further. The I Love Leighton Buzzard group, set up to promote the town, opposed the plans, fearing that by selling items that are usually sold in the town centre Tesco would take... Read More

Luton, Bedfordshire

Tesco want to build a supermarket on the place already occupied by small shops - a hairdresser, a Chippy, bakers shop, all purpose small supermarket and Chinese takeaway.

A Luton newsagent has started a petition to stop a Tesco store being built on the site of his shop. The owner of Early Till Late in Riddy Lane for 11 years and says his landlord has refused to renew the lease.

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Sandy, Bedfordshire

Local residents have organised a petition against a the plans for a Tesco store opening in Sandy. The main concern is that a new supermarket will detract from the main shopping centre and result in a severe loss of footfall thereby creating a ghost town. Campaigner Clive Porter, who has helped traders to defend themselves against large chain supermarkets for 12 years has set up a petition that... Read More

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