The long-running battle over the proposed opening of a new supermarket in Stoke Newington – which has been covered extensively on East London Lines – is no closer to being resolved.
Community response group ‘Stokey Local’s’ bid to take Sainsbury’s to the High Court has been delayed in order to allow more time for a number of procedural issues to be resolved.
The judge, Mr Justice Ouseley, decided not to hear either of the judicial reviews due on May 19 – instead opting for clarification over whether or not a second judicial review is warranted.
‘Stokey Local’ is opposed to Sainsbury’s plan to open a new supermarket store on Wilmer Place because of what they claim will be an adverse impact on the environment and local business.
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Local Business Owners Speak Out Against Sainsbury’s (video content)