Campaigning to curb supermarket power

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Canons Park,London

Although no application has been submitted Tesco has confirmed that it wants to open a store in Station Parade, Whitchurch Lane.

A local newsagent has launched a campaign against the plans.

Planning permission for changes to the site of the proposed store were submitted by a planning consultant firm known for dealing with Tesco applications.

Residents are also concerned... Read More

Chalk Farm, London

In December 2016 Morrisons announced plans to build 700 homes in Chalk Farm. Morrisons has unveiled proposals for a mega-housing and retail development, called Camden Goods Yard, at its store off Chalk Farm Road.

The supermarket has teamed up with developer Barratt Homes to draw up plans for a “new neighbourhood” which would have a new store with flats above, an underground car park and... Read More

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.

 

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