Campaigning to curb supermarket power

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Horrabridge, Plymouth

Villagers have won their fight to save a pub on the edge of Dartmoor from being turned into a Co-op. The Leaping Salmon at Horrabridge near Plymouth closed at the end of 2015 but the Co-operative Group had submitted a planning application to turn it into a convenience store after securing a lease for the building.

However, the plans have been refused by Dartmoor National Park Authority... Read More

Kingsbridge, Devon

In May 2010 Tesco submitted a new planning application for a 3,716 sq m store on Poplar Drive in Kingsbridge. The Town Council voted unanimously in their recommendation for refusal of planning permission on the grounds that certain specifications, including a tower lift to Fore Street, had not been met, and that changes in the town meant the supermarket was no longer necessary.

Tesco... Read More

Newton Abbot, Devon

Asda  has formally objected to Aldi's plans for a new store on the edge of town. Aldi submitted multi-million pound plans to build a new supermarket at the entrance to the Brunel Industrial Estate. A decision was expected to have been made this month but Asda, which has a store in the town centre, has objected on the grounds that it is not in accordance with the local plan and that allowing... Read More

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