Asda Petition


The Island needs a decent District Centre, not another massive housing development unaffordable to local people.

Public consultation on the ADSA site is a sham. RER, the company promoting this, haven’t listened to a word said to them. They want to maximise profits by squeezing even more expensive high-rise apartments on the site; around 1,700; over double the existing consent. They try to sweeten this by offering a new school in the wrong place, next to Cubitt Town, and a theatre we don’t need and didn’t ask for. Of course the petrol station people want isn’t included!

We need a District Centre with good access from all parts of the Island. We also need community facilities, but not tucked out of the way in a corner of the site.

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