Third store impact on town centre examined and judged not to be significantly adverse

In parallel with another appeal (DCS No. 200-003-567) an inspector carefully assessed the likely cumulative impact associated with a 2,787 sq.m. gross food store in Dorset, ruling that the net additional effect on the vitality and viability of a town centre, would not be significantly adverse.

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