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Extra day for Tesco enquiry

PUBLISHED: 10:48 01 June 2010 | UPDATED: 09:45 01 August 2010

THE public inquiry into the application by Tesco to build a store in Halesworth is to continue.

A planning inspector will make a decision on the bid by the supermarket giant, which wants to open a store off Angel Link.

THE public inquiry into the application by Tesco to build a store in Halesworth is to continue.

A planning inspector will make a decision on the bid by the supermarket giant, which wants to open a store off Angel Link.

Representatives from opposition group Save Halesworth, Waveney District Council and Anglia Regional Co-op Society have recommended that the application is refused.

The inquiry, which has been held at the Orbis Centre in Lowestoft, was due to be completed yesterday but will return for a final day on June 7 for closing submissions and a site visit.


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