Campaigning to curb supermarket power

West Sussex

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Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex

The Say No to New Supermarket Developments in Shoreham campaign organised a public meeting on 28th June 2012 to discuss plans for a supermarket in the town. The main speaker was Keith Taylor, Green MEP for the south east region.

St James's Street, Brighton

In March 2011 Sainsbury's was refused an alcohol licence for a new store on St James's Street because Brighton and Hove City Council's licensing committee decided the plans could have had an impact on alcohol fuelled disorder in the city. Objections were received from residents, police and councillors.

A campaign group No More Supermarkets in Kemptown was set up and... Read More

Storrington, West Sussex

In October 2011 a campaign group Save our Storrington was established to oppose plans by Waitrose.

Background
Tesco took over a former Somerfield/Co-op in Storrington in March 2010. Campaigners were concerned about traffic issues -Storrington is on a busy cross-county road, the A283, that links... Read More

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