Campaigning to curb supermarket power

Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire

Tesco plans for a 1,440 sqm (15,000 sq ft) store at the rear of existing shops on Teme Street in Tenbury Wells were finally approved in March 2012 after first being submitted in 2010.

Worcestershire
United Kingdom
52° 18' 42.6132" N, 2° 35' 4.3224" W
Worcestershire GB

Campaign Updates
Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire

27 April 2017
Tesco store to open on 27th April
27 January 2017
MP says Tesco free car parking will help other traders
14 July 2016
Tesco starts work on store

Tesco is starting work on the former Cattle Market site that has been earmarked for a new store.The work that is already underway comes more than six years after the original idea of a Tesco supermarket in the town was first raised at a public meeting in the town.

16 October 2015
Councillors thinks project will be delayed until 2017

At the beginning of this year Dave Lewis, the chief executive of Tesco, wrote to the local Member of Parliament Harriett Baldwin and councillors re-affirming the intention of the store to go ahead with its plans for Tenbury.

18 July 2013
Tesco plans delayed - work will start in 2014
7 March 2012
Plans approved

Malvern Hills District Council finally granted approval for the Tenbury Tesco application after a four hour meeting.
 

1 August 2011
Tesco submits new plans

 Tesco's submitted new plans.

5 January 2011
Plans refused

Councillors refused planning permission for the store by 7 votes to 4, with 2 abstensions.

6 September 2010
Tesco submit new plans
5 July 2010
Tesco application refused

Malvern District Council turned down Tesco's application to demolish the Russell Baldwin & Bright building as they decided demolition would harm the town's conservation Area. As a result Tesco withdrew its planning application.