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Appeal: Land owned by competitor found to be sequentially preferable

Lidl / Shutterstock: 410187613

Plans submitted by Lidl to build a new store on brownfield land in Sutton in Ashfield have been rejected by an inspector, who found that a site owned by competitor Asda was a sequentially preferable site for a new supermarket.

LOCATIONSutton in AshfieldAUTHORITYAshfield District CouncilINSPECTORPhilip MajorPROCEDUREInquiryDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/W3005/W/20/3265806The appeal concerned two applications for the erection of a Lidl store on an out-of-centre site in Sutton. The principal issue in the appeal was whether or not the sequential test in paragraph 86 of the NPPF was passed. The local planning authority........
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