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Appeal: ‘Edge of centre’ commercial units would not harm town centre

Housing secretary James Brokenshire / Chris McAndrew

The housing secretary has approved plans for four comparison goods outlets and a coffee shop on a Sainsbury’s-owned car park in Bridgnorth, despite noting that 3 per cent of trade would be diverted from the town centre.

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