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Public inquiry for supermarket in Shipston starts next week
A PUBLIC inquiry starts next week following an appeal by Ainscough Strategic Land to build a supermarket and petrol station in Shipston.
The appeal relates to the planning application which includes an ‘Extra Care’ Retirement Home of up to 80 cottages and 50 apartments, up to 54 houses, community building and open space at land north of Campden Road.
Stratford District Council refused the plans on January 28 and is defending the appeal on the grounds of the impact of retail store on the viability and vitality of Shipston town centre and the impact on the landscape.
The inquiry, which starts on Tuesday, October 1 and is expected to last for eight days, will be held at the Council Offices, Elizabeth House, Church Street, Stratford starting at 10am.
A Government Planning Inspector will preside over the inquiry and members of the public may attend the inquiry and express their view.
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