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SUPERMARKET DEBATE

On Tuesday 29th July 2008 Louth Town Council hosted a meeting for town centre shop keepers and businesses to debate the possibility of a large supermarket coming to Louth. Debate centred around whether development should be in the centre of town, edge of town or out of town. The consensus of opinion was that a large supermarket of 30,000 square feet would be best sited in the town centre and should not be sited on the edge or outside of town.  However, attendees felt that a better solution for Louth, rather than allowing a large supermarket, would be to let either the existing supermarkets develop by a further 10,000 square feet, or so, each, or allow two or three smaller supermarkets to develop, in the centre of town, to meet the 30,000 square feet need for retail development that ELDC have identified. Finally, attendees were of the opinion that town centre car parking needs to be reviewed and changed.  Please click the following link to view the draft notes of the meeting. 

Notes of Supermarket Debate 290708.

Last modified: 19/05/16