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By Edward Gent CAMPAIGNERS against a Tesco development in Ashtead are calling on people to voice their concerns about parking issues. Planning permission for a new 750 square-metre store in the village was granted after a public enquiry. But the inspector said that the development could only go ahead once Mole Valley District Council [...]

20 October 2010 Last updated at 13:45 Campaigners opposed to the building of a new Tesco store in a Surrey village are hoping that a lack of car parking spaces will stop it from going ahead. The supermarket was given approval to build on a site in Ashtead in August. But the planning inspector said [...]

Friday, September 03, 2010, 08:00 By Luke Bishop AN ASHTEAD councillor has spoken of a "ray of hope" for residents over plans to build a Tesco in the village centre. Although the plans to build a supermarket on the former Esso site in The Street were approved by planning inspector Nicholas Hammans, he insisted [...]

7:10am Sunday 5th September 2010 By Paul Teed Campaigners opposed to a new Tesco in Ashtead have refused to accept a planning inspector’s approval lying down and vowed to continue fighting the supermarket giant. Villagers said they hoped Mole Valley Council - which twice turned down Tesco’s applications and spent thousands of pounds of taxpayers' [...]

4 September 2010 Last updated at 12:00 Supermarket giant Tesco has won permission to build a new superstore in a West Yorkshire town after a controversial planning appeal. Bradford Council rejected the firm's plan to replace its existing store in Ilkley with a much bigger one on a former industrial site. The government's Planning Inspectorate [...]

Aaron Morby | Fri 3rd September | 7:35 Tesco has been given the green light to build four new stores as it ramps up expansion plans. The supermarket chain has won over local councillors with promises to create jobs and contribute to town improvements at three of the schemes. But the massive increase in selling [...]

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