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Serenity posted..

[QUOTE=HG-21]Sainsbury's was needed. ASDA was already a supermarket. The new lights although a pain are much better than going down mount pleasant? for shoppers and the residents.[/QUOTE]

A store Sainsbury's size was not needed. What were the planners thinking of. Yes they had the space to build such a store but surely they must have been aware that the A6 could not take the extra pressure and still funtion safely. They already had a congested main road but were given the permission to add to it further. Makes no sense to the word planning what so ever. And as for ASDA well how much more congestion has that store brought to the Grove compared to the old Co-op. But still (like Sainsbury's)it was allowed to go through.

"Learn from the mistakes of the past" Andrew Stunnel now wants to quote. And goes on to say we don't want the same thing that happening to the Grove happening again in Marple.

Well if Andrew is now aware of such a huge mistake why is he not looking into ways of resolving this mistake instead of just merely citing the Grove as an example of poor planning that should not be allowed to happen again. How does he think words like that make the residents of the Grove feel.

However one thing I know will continue is that Andrew and and others like him will continue to drive and shop in the Grove polluting and congesting our streets using our supermarkets that they DIDN'T want... in their back yard at least.

Marple residents shop locally... that's a laugh.....One law for one and one law for another comes to mind....