Say NO to a Supermarket on Hibbert Lane College site

Mark Whittaker
Mark Whittaker 0 Comments
1,385 Signatures Goal: 5,000

The proposed sale of Cheadle & Marple Sixth Form College Hibbert Lane Campus could mean the arrival of a major supermarket outside the town centre of Marple.
This could lead to the demise of local shops by pulling shoppers away from the centre of Marple, even more traffic congestion and change the community forever.
Concerned residents and businesses have formed a local action group to raise awareness of the potential sale and make it clear to any proposed supermarket that they will face strong opposition to a store opening on that site.
Please sign this petition and leave your comments to show your opposition to CAMSFC's plans to betray the local community.

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This petition has been created by Marple in Action, a group of residents and local businesses concerned with the impact that a large out-of-centre supermarket will have on the local residents living near to the site and the existing community shopping centre.

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May 22
The plans to build a supermarket on Hibbert Lane were stopped. Thank you for your support!

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