STOP FURTHER OUT OF TOWN SUPERMARKET DEVELOPMENTS IN STROUD

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Andrew Fry
7 years ago
Too many supermarkets are killing stroudstroud independent shops

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aen laughland
7 years ago
stroud has enough supermarkets and needs to put housing developments at these instead of AONB

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Helen James
7 years ago
There are plenty of places to buy cheap rubbish in and around Stroud now. Enough is enough.

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JasMine Shaw
7 years ago
Localisation is the key to happiness, i would recommend the documentary Economics of Happiness to explain why

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Daniel Hughes-McGrail
7 years ago
Strouds economic diversity is what makes it special. Supermarkets of any kind are proven to impoverish town centres. we already have several supermarkets. no more are wanted.

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Beth Whittaker
7 years ago
We have enough massive supermarkets.

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Beth Wilson
7 years ago
We're absolutely spoilt for choice already, there's no real need for another supermarket, let alone two.

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Emma Brooksbank
7 years ago
Malton is also fighting to stop a supermarket - it harms our wonderful independent shops. Go Stroud people, keep your town great!

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Geoffrey March
7 years ago
Like everyone I have talked to about it, I am completely appalled at the idea of one more major supermarket driving another nail in to the heart of Stroud's poor old town centre. And the very worst of the bunch, and particularly contrary to all those Stroud values that makes it such a great place to live, would be the US giant Walmart (aka Asda) as proposed for Lightpill. I could elaborate but frankly it is too upsetting.

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Nick Silk
7 years ago
More housing needed not supermarkets.