Halstead: Schoolboy writes to oppose Tesco plans

Halstead Gazette: Billybob Penn and his letter to Braintree Council Billybob Penn and his letter to Braintree Council

A schoolboy has penned a letter to councillors listing his concerns about a new Tesco.

Billybob Penn, 12, is one of more than 200 people who have objected to the retailer’s plans for a supermarket off Halstead High Street.

Greenfields Community Housing, which owns Symonds Court sheltered housing complex in St Andrew’s Road, one of two access roads to Tesco, has also objected to the plans.

Daniel Allen, director of property services, asked for confirmation the supermarket development will not have an adverse impact on existing and future tenants.

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11:02pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Boris says...

Well done Billybob, there is always a need for anti-Tesco campaigners.
But the Gazette ought to tell us what his reasons for objection were.
Well done Billybob, there is always a need for anti-Tesco campaigners. But the Gazette ought to tell us what his reasons for objection were. Boris

7:31am Mon 3 Dec 12

Joker50 says...

Boris wrote:
Well done Billybob, there is always a need for anti-Tesco campaigners.
But the Gazette ought to tell us what his reasons for objection were.
I think the idea is your supposed to buy the paper, or was it not in the paper either?
[quote][p][bold]Boris[/bold] wrote: Well done Billybob, there is always a need for anti-Tesco campaigners. But the Gazette ought to tell us what his reasons for objection were.[/p][/quote]I think the idea is your supposed to buy the paper, or was it not in the paper either? Joker50

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