Save St Luke's Terrace - Limit the number of Hot Food Takeaways
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Sunderland City Council is currently holding a consultation about the future of planning policies in Sunderland, Washington, Houghton and Hetton and people in Sunderland have until 8th October 2017 to have their say.
The Millifield and Pallion Focus Teams led by Millfield Councillor Niall Hodson and Pallion Campaigner Martin Haswell are calling upon the Council to put in place a limit on the number of Hot Food Takeaways in St Luke's Terrace and take notice of resident complaints that the area should be preserved as a shopping centre.
St Luke's Terrace already has 14 Hot Food Takeaways and gradually shops in the area are being taken over and the variety of shops for local people is being reduced further and further. The people living around St Luke's Terrace want to see its status as a shopping terrace protected and the facilities improved.
This petition states:
To Sunderland City Council: I/We the undersigned, being local residents of Pallion or Millfield Ward or residents in City of Sunderland as well as being local government electors for the area of Sunderland City Council; to whom this petition is addressed, request that the council take all possible steps and action to ensure that St Luke’s Terrace to designated as a retail area in the Local Plan being developed by the a council at this time with specific restrictions to prevent new hot food takeaways opening on St Luke's Terrace.
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