Jamie Baker, of Sainsbury s, is surprised their plans have been recommended for refusal, but there are clearly so many things wrong with the proposals.
Jamie Baker, of Sainsbury's, is surprised their plans have been recommended for refusal, but there are clearly so many things wrong with the proposals.
By continuing to support these proposals as they stand, at any cost, our town council is looking biased and will lose credibility, which we don't want. Stand Up 4 Seaton is now taking the debate to a new low by claiming 94 per cent of Seaton people prefer Sainsbury's.
By contrast, EDDC is considering the applications impartially and professionally to the latest best practice.
How refreshing compared to the fanatical partisans we're stuck with!
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