Tag Archives: Tesco

Commissioner Bright Misses First Public Police Priority Setting Meeting Following Election

A sign like this was outside Longstanton Golf Club however it was too dark to read it, never mind take a photo. On Tuesday the 20th of November 2012 I attended the Swavesey police priority setting meeting. As the first local police priority setting meeting since the election of Graham Bright as Cambridgeshire’s Police and [...]

No Immediate Enforcement Action to be Taken Against Mill Road Tesco

On the 20th of August 2009 I attended a special Cambridge City Council East Area committee meeting which had been called to decide the council’s response to statements by Tesco indicating their intent to ignore planning conditions relating to their Mill Road store. The conditions state that deliveries of goods have to be made from [...]

Mill Road Tesco – Application for Alcohol Licence Refused

Cambridge City Councillors rejected Tesco’s application to sell alcohol in their new Mill Road store. City Council rules forbid photography at meetings without permission so this photograph was not taken during the meeting. On the the 17th of August 2009 I observed a Cambridge City Council licensing committee comprising Cllr Benstead, Cllr McGovern and Cllr [...]

Mill Road Tesco – Planning Inquiry

Last week I spent a couple of afternoons sitting in on the planning inquiry hearing the appeal against Cambridge city councillors’ decision to refuse an application by Tesco to extend a building on Mill Road in which they are planning to run a Tesco Express store. I strongly oppose centrally appointed planning inspectors interfering with [...]